What is PIP?
Who pays your medical bills when you have an automobile accident? In the state of New Jersey, it’s known as PIP, Personal Injury Protection benefits. It is actually your own automobile insurance or that of a resident relative’s policy that will be responsible for your accident-related medical bills. It’s not the other driver. The at-fault drivers’ policy that will pay your medical bills it is your own automobile insurance.
We are one of only 11 states in the United States known as the No-Fault States. It is very important that you go to a law firm that knows every inside out of the PIP laws in the state of New Jersey. Here at the Grossman Law Firm, we are experts in this area of litigation and in this area of practice. You must have competent skillful experienced representation when it comes to PIP benefits.
To make sure that you don’t get stuck with a boatload of medical debt through no fault of your own when you were in this situation in the first place because of someone else’s negligence. It’s very important that you contact us at the Grossman Law Firm. Where are highly skilled in maneuvering through this PIP process in the state of New Jersey.