No Fault Insurance Claims

No-Fault Insurance Claims: An Overview

For individuals who are injured in a car accident, medical expenses and any lost wages are paid by the “no-fault” carrier, which is typically the insurance carrier for the vehicle you were driving or riding in. Although this system was intended to make the process easier for policyholders, this has not been true for many victims. There are often strict filing deadlines and many other roadblocks that insurance carriers put up in order to avoid their legal obligation. If you need help resolving a no-fault insurance claim, Campbell & Associates are prepared to help.

From Minor Injuries To Serious Damages, We Handle It All

Since no-fault claims do not provide for pain and suffering damages, you may be able to file for additional benefits under “bodily injury” claim. That claim is made against the insurance carrier (or carriers) of any negligent drivers. It requires proof of a “serious injury” (As defined by New York State Insurance Law). Many times, we will not know for many months if your injuries will qualify. In the meantime, we can inform you of your rights and advise you on the course of action that is right for your unique situation.

Whether you need assistance preparing paperwork for your claims or have a disagreement with your insurance carrier, our experienced attorneys can be an invaluable resource. Our lead attorney, Colin Campbell, is considered a leader in personal injury advocacy and litigation. We have an in-depth knowledge of the claims process from both the victim’s perspective and the insurance adjuster’s view. Our team has successfully recovered millions of dollars for clients, a track record that proves we have what it takes to win a case.

Find Out How We Can Help; Call Now

Our firm is known for our reputation. We provide clients with the opportunity to work one-on-one with an attorney while we diligently prepare each case. You only pay us after we win. Call for a free case evaluation at 716-992-2222 or fill out our contact form.