What is a no-fault claim after a car accident?
In 1974, the Minnesota Legislature passed the "Minnesota No-Fault Act." This ensures that victims of car accidents can quickly and easily receive financial help through their own automobile insurance - regardless of their fault or innocence in the crash. This is applicable to passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers who were injured regardless of their role in the collision.
Under no-fault insurance, you are entitled to:
- Wage loss benefits
- Medical treatment bills
- Replacement services
- Survivor benefits