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An insurance company is required to pay No-Fault benefits in a timely manner.  However, a person requesting No-Fault benefits must cooperate with the insurance company.  For example, an insurance company might require a person to fill out forms, sign authorizations, fill out applications, give statements, attend medical examinations, provide disability/workability slips, provide proof of wage loss, provide proof of miles driven, provide proof of replacement services, provide proof of the accident, provide proof of residence, give statements under oath, and attend arbitration hearings.

Collecting No-Fault benefits can be stressful, complicated and confusing.  We will handle every aspect of your No-Fault claim from start to finish on your behalf.