Covering Expenses Associated With New York Car Accidents

Posted: December 12, 2014

New York Car Accident Statistics

Driving in New York can be risky—data provided by the New York Department of Motor Vehicles shows that approximately 1,200 motorists lose their lives each year as the result of New York car accidents. In fact, there’s a 57 percent likelihood that you’ll be injured if you’re involved in a motor vehicle collision in New York.

Paying The Costs of a Crash

Between the medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and other expenses, a car accident can be expensive. Considering the number of Western New Yorkers involved in crashes each year, you can imagine finding a way to pay for these costs is a concern to many.

There are several options to help cover accident expenses, including your New York no-fault insurance policy. All insurance policies are required to no-fault carry benefits that will cover the insured motorist’s expenses in the event of an accident, regardless of who is at fault.

Your no-fault insurance coverage will cover your medical bills, as well as lost income if you’re unable to work due to your injuries. If you require rehabilitation or other specialized treatment, your policy should also cover these expenses.

Get The Help You Need

If you’ve been involved in a New York car accident, you may have questions about your legal rights to compensation. At William Mattar, we offer a free case evaluation if you or someone you know was injured in a car accident. For your free case evaluation, contact one of our Syracuse car accident lawyers.

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