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Auto Accident: What Is Personal Injury Protection Coverage (PIP)?  Accident & Personal Injury Videos RSS Feed

Personal Injury Protection (PIP), also known as NO-FAULT protection insurance. In a "no-fault" state, Personal Injury Protection is the basic coverage that auto insurance company pays deemed reasonable and necessary, such as your own medical and hospital bills, funeral expenses, lost wages, as well as those of your passengers and any pedestrians. PIP payments are not based on who is driving the car, nor who is at-fault for the accident, PIP is a way to insure that you will receive the treatment you need regardless of what insurance coverage other drivers have. State laws vary considerably and there are very strict rules in each no-fault state for how much coverage is offered.

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