Are no fault and personal injury protection the same coverage?

No Fault insurance is the NON-technical name in New York State for Personal Injury Protection coverage on an auto insurance policy.

But in “lay-insurance-speak” Yes, no fault and personal injury protection are usually referring to same coverage.

Personal injury protection is a mandatory insurance coverage on auto policies in New York State that covers you and the passengers in your car for medical and additional expenses after a car accident.

Watch this video “Are No Fault and Personal Injury Protection the same coverage?” for more details:

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Ryan Hanley

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Ryan is the Director of Marketing for The Murray Group Insurance Services, Inc. Ryan is also the Founder of Content Warfare Podcast, one of the fastest growing podcasts on iTunes dedicated to digital marketing.
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