At Grossman Law Firm we educate the people of New Jersey who been involved in a car accident that it is his or her personal auto insurance that pays for his or her own medical bills.


MR. SCOTT GROSSMAN: So I’m going to talk to you a little bit about some specifics that are very important, okay? First of all, most people don’t realize that in the state of New Jersey, if you’re involved in a car accident, it is your own insurance, your own car insurance, or that of a resident relative’s, that actually pays for your medical bills; regardless of whose fault the accident is. So if you are rear-ended by a drunk driver on the Garden State Parkway, it is not that person’s insurance that pays your medical bills, it is your insurance. Very important, people don’t understand that. That is known as something called PIP; personal injury protection coverage. Most people now are wholly under-insured in that area. Why? Because insurance companies are over and over again, you can’t turn on a football game, you can’t listen to the radio without being bombarded with the cute lizard, or the funny caveman, or the guy with the very, very deep, well pronounced voice saying you’re in good hands, right? What’s happening is they’re all competing for price, so they’re going to sell you the cheapest possible insurance and put you at risk. What they’re not explaining to you is specifically what you need, how to protect yourself. So let’s go through some of the acronyms involved in your insurance plan. Number one, there’s an acronym called UIM and UM. Why is that important? It’s vital. It is absolutely vital, because if you’re driving your car, and another car hits you, and they are under-insured, or even uninsured, what happens is that, under New Jersey law, you then turn to your own policy or that of a resident relative for compensation for your pain and suffering. And if you’re involved in a serious accident with severe, life-altering injuries, and you find out that the guy who hit you has no insurance or very little insurance, and you have very little insurance, guess what? You’re in big trouble. So there’s a crisis on our hands and that’s called under-insured motorist coverage and UM coverage. You better make sure that you’re sufficiently and adequately covered in that regard. NARRATOR: Consultations are always free and confidential. Please call 877-99-NJLAW. That’s 877-996-5539. Or email us at the link below. You are not responsible for a fee, unless The Grossman Law Firm recovers on your behalf.


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