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      Motor Vehicle Accident

      There are two claims that you may be entitled to, including Accident Benefits and Tort.
      Simply complete one or both of the sections below and we will calculate your claim!

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      Accident Benefits

      Accident Benefits from an insurance company are available to everyone, including the at-fault driver, the not-at fault driver, a passenger in a vehicle, or a pedestrian.

      Tort Claim

      Tort Claims get you compensation for pain and suffering, income loss, housekeeping and handyman services, as well as medical and rehabilitation services not covered by Accident Benefits.

      Select all that apply below:
      For pain and suffering, receive up to approximately $375,000. This is only available if the victim suffers a serious impairment of an important physical, mental or psychological function or a permanent disfigurement, such as scarring. The damages may be subject to a monetary deductible.
      For loss of income, receive up to $150,000/year or more. The victim can claim 70% of gross past income loss. Future income loss can be claimed at 100%. No income loss is payable for the first week following the accident. Any employment disability insurance, private disability insurance, accident benefits, or disability benefits received are deductible from the victim’s claim for lost income.
      **Please note that your income loss given above must deduct those benefits you are entitled to**
      The victim is entitled to be reimbursed for housekeeping, home maintenance, and home modification expenses. The victim must first seek housekeeping and home maintenance expenses from their accident benefits insurer.

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