Written by attorney Justin Weinstein | Sep 27, 2017

What Is Personal Injury Protection Coverage?

Personal injury protection (PIP) coverage is considered “no fault” insurance. If your state requires PIP, your insurer will pay some or all of your medical expenses. They may also pay other financial expenses or losses covered under your policy, after a car crash, regardless of who was at fault.

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