When motor vehicle collisions occur, in a flash, the course of an accident survivor’s life could be changed forever. Car crashes can lead to severe, even catastrophic injuries which could profoundly impact an injured accident survivor’s physical, emotional, and financial well-being.

Indeed, if you were recently injured in a collision, you may have already noticed just how quickly bills for newly acquired, injury-related expenses have begun piling up, and may be worried about how you will be able to afford necessary costs of care. This may be especially true if your injuries prevent you from returning to work for a prolonged period of time.

That said, if you are an insurance policyholder in good standing, after sustaining injuries in a collision, you may be eligible to collect accident benefits. Also referred to as Section B benefits, accident benefits are included in all standard automobile insurance policies and are designed to help injured accident survivors offset the costs of certain necessary injury-related expenses, including:

  • Medical treatments
  • Rehabilitation costs 
  • Physiotherapy 
  • Mobility aids, assistive medical equipment
  • Prescriptions
  • Home modifications to accommodate newly acquired disabilities 
  • Ambulance services
  • Mileage expenses to and from medical appointments
  • Psychological counselling 
  • And possibly more

In addition to the $50,000 in coverage injured accident survivors may be able to claim for up to four years following their collision, depending on the impact their injuries have had on their lives, they may be able to access additional funding. Injured accident victims may be entitled to:

  • Housekeeping expenses: If the injured party cannot perform regular housework because of their injuries and is their home’s primary caretaker, they could receive $100 per week for 52 weeks to retain the services of a housekeeper.
  • Weekly Indemnity Benefits: If the injuries sustained in a car crash prevent the accident survivor from returning to work, they may receive income replacement payments of up to $250/week for 2 years.
  • Death Benefits: If a car accident results in fatalities, families of the deceased may receive $2,500 for funeral expenses, $25,000 in death benefits for the head of household or their spouse, and $5,000 in death benefits for dependents.

No-fault accident benefits should be available to all insured drivers who were injured in a crash, regardless of whether their errors or wrongful behaviour on the road was responsible for causing the collision in the first place. However, not all claims for accident benefits are approved by insurance providers. In fact, in many situations, insurance companies decide to withhold benefits payments from injured policyholders for a number of reasons, all of which can be difficult to comprehend.

If your claim for benefits was denied even though you sustained injuries in a car crash, consider taking advantage of a free initial consultation with our accident benefits lawyers serving Sackville. By working with our Sackville accident benefits lawyers, you may be able to overturn your insurance provider’s unfair determination and recover the compensation you deserve.

To learn more, get in touch with our accident benefits lawyers serving Sackville by calling Preszler Injury Lawyers today and scheduling a free initial consultation. 

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Even if your own wrongful actions behind the wheel contributed to the conditions that caused your collision to occur, if you were injured in a car crash, you might be entitled to accident benefits. To review the circumstances of your case with our Sackville accident benefits lawyers, book your free initial consultation by contacting Preszler Injury Lawyers today.

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