Car Accident? Understand No Fault Insurance

A common misunderstanding is that “no fault insurance” means that people who have been hurt in motor vehicle collisions  no longer have the right to sue the other driver for pain and suffering. “No Fault Insurance” really means that even if the accident is your fault your own insurance company will pay for the treatment you may require to recover from your injuries as well as other benefits such as income replacement benefits in the event you cannot work.

Read Lisa’s Article in the Brant Advocate:
Morell Kelly Personal Injury Law on No Fault Insurance

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