Minnesota No Fault Insurance Limits Attorney
The legal system in Minnesota ensures that in case we suffer from injury due to an automobile accident, we can make a no-fault claim against the insurance company that provides us with the no-fault insurance coverage. All Minnesota motor vehicle owners must have a No-Fault Insurance excluding motorcycles that only require liability coverage. It is mandatory and it is a criminal offense to drive or allow some one else to drive your vehicle without adequate insurance.
The basic premise behind the law is that any car owner in Minnesota carries insurance coverage for their own medical and other expenses in case of an automobile accident. That way you are protected from economic losses in case of an accident. I am Martin T Montilino, a No Fault Insurance claims lawyer, and I have handled hundreds of No Fault claims successfully.
You need to remember that insurance companies have years of experience with no fault claims and they have excellent attorneys to represent their side. You would need a competent and experienced Minnesota No fault Insurance Limits attorney to claim your benefits. I have been taking insurance companies to trial and getting the best possible recovery for my clients. My representation can help you get the best possible claim.
As per the Minnesota No Fault Insurance benefits law, you have the right to make the following claims
- Medical Expenses, as per the bills of your health provider
- Mileage, back and forth from your medical providers
- Prescription Drugs reimbursement
- Wage Loss due to the accident. The Insurance Company has to pay 85% of the wage lost due to injury and treatment
- Replacement Services that you are compelled to hire due to disability or injury has to be compensated
The law clearly states that every policy must provide coverage for medical and chiropractic expense of at least $20,000 to people suffering injury due to vehicle collision. Furthermore every policy must also include coverage for loss of wages and additional expenses like you being forced to hire a cleaning person, snow removal, etc. due to your inability to perform all these chores because of your injuries. You could also qualify for some other no fault insurance benefits like re-training; however, it depends entirely on the case.
In such cases, the injured person’s own insurance company pays for expenses as listed above. It really does not matter who was at fault for the accident. If you have suffered injury, you can claim compensation. Moreover you can also recover from the negligent driver who caused the accident for suffering, disability, permanent injury etc. For the last 16 years as a No fault Insurance Limits attorney, I have been dealing extensively with cases involving no-fault insurance claims and have a successful track record in this area.
The No-Fault Law is complicated, and what I have listed above is just its gist. I strongly advise you to get in touch with me if you or your family member has suffered in an accident. I have been helping individuals with their No fault Insurance Limits claims for the last 16 years and I will personally study your case and advise you of the best possible course of action in your case. As I often say “My success depends on your success”.CALL ME NOW!
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