I was the passenger in a vehicle that rear-ended a car in front of us. The driver of the car I was in was at-fault for the accident. I am not related to him. Where can I turn to for compensation if I have lost almost 18 months of income due to my injury as well as medical and rehabilitation expenses?
You can claim for Accident Benefits on a no-fault basis and you may also be able to recover most of your economic losses from the at-fault driver’s insurance company. The rules are complicated and you should consult a lawyer.
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