DO: Immediately notify your insurance company and/or your insurance agent that you were injured in an accident.
File your No-Fault application no later than 30 days following the accident. By failing to do so, some or all of your benefits may be denied. We are more than happy to help you with your No-Fault application process.
Provide all insurance information, including adjuster's name, full address and your claim number to every new medical provider that you see.
Give your physician an accurate history of the accident and include all physical complaints that you are currently experiencing as well as experienced at the time of the accident.
Keep track of your mileage and receipts for household help. You must submit to the insurance company within 90 days of the date of service.
Keep track of all medical bills and prescription receipts. You must submit those within 45 days of the date of treatment.
Attend all independent medical examinations (IME) scheduled by the insurance company. If you miss an examination, it may result in denial of your benefits.
If you are off of work due to injuries, obtain a disability slip from your physician every 30 days and submit it to the insurance company.
Notify our office of any change in address, phone number, disability and work status. DON'T:
Discuss your case with the insurance adjuster once you have retained an attorney. Keep our firm telephone number available at all times to provide it to the insurance adjuster.
Fail to turn in your medical bills within 45 days of the date of treatment. In doing so, you become responsible for your own medical bills and their payment.
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