‘No-fault insurance’ is also known as Personal Injury Protection (PIP). It is a component of an automobile insurance plan which covers the healthcare expenses caused by a car accident. For both affected policyholders and passengers, PIP provides medical expenses, even if someone doesn’t own health insurance. Sometimes Health insurance also covers further expenses if the auto insurance policy’s PIP can’t bear the cost of essential medical care exceeds. Policies have a maximum amount of per-person, which means that coverage is restricted to a certain amount per person if more than one person gets hurt in an accident.
What Does Personal Injury Protection Cover?
Personal Injury Protection insurance bears expenses which result when you, anyone insured by your policy, or your passengers get wounded in a car accident and if no fault can be recognized. It covers required medical procedures as well as reasonable expenditures related to recovery as you recover from an accident….
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