Am I entitled to benefits if I was seriously injured in a collision but the police report determined that no one was at-fault for the accident?
Accident Benefits are available to you if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident on a “no-fault” basis, which means that they are available to you even if you were at-fault (there are exceptions).
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