After a car accident, your own Minnesota car insurance pays your bills.
This is called no-fault car insurance. It means exactly what it says - it does not matter who is at fault. Your own insurance pays certain bills caused by your car accident. The driver who caused your accident eventually might have to pay, but your no-fault claim is your first step.
How do I get my Minnesota car insurance to pay after my car accident?
First, tell your insurance company that you had an accident. Contact the agent where you bought your insurance, or call the number on the insurance card you keep in your purse, wallet, or car glove box. If you are not sure, contact someone who can help and knows the answers.
What will my Minnesota car insurance pay for after my car accident?
Your Minnesota no-fault insurance will pay for different things. For example, there is a limit to the medical bills your car insurance will pay. Also, Minnesota no-fault car insurance will pay wage loss, but not 100% of your wage loss. Your situation is different from everyone else's, and the details are important. Contact someone who can help and knows the answers.
What if my Minnesota no-fault insurance company refuses to pay?
Your car insurance company might refuse to pay. Your car insurance company might quit paying after a while. Sometimes your company is allowed to refuse or quit paying. But, sometimes they are wrong. It all depends on the situation, and the details are important. Contact someone who can help and knows the answers.
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