What is PIP and how does it work? [VIDEO]

Accident victims have so many questions after a wreck. Luckily, if your car accident happens in Bellingham or any other place in Washington State, you've probably got PIP on your side. PIP stands for Personal Injury Protection and is required by state law to be offered by all insurance companies covering Washington drivers. It will pay for your medical bills if you are injured. In fact, it pays for those injuries regardless of who is determined to be at fault. When you work with a lawyer, together you'll seek to recover those funds from the at-fault driver, if that person(s) is not you. 

In Washington, PIP covers $10,000 in medical bills and $10,000 in wage loss. If you have this coverage, it means that you get your bills paid first then sort out fault later. For more on PIP from the Department of Motor Vehicle's website, click here.

What should accident victims do next?

Are you curious to learn more about PIP coverage, and other aspects of car accident claims? Bill Coats Law put together this YouTube Channel that specifically talks about many aspects of personal injury law that consumers want to know. In watching these videos, you can learn a lot about the process and make an informed decision about next steps. Check out Bill's videos on PIP here and here.

We at Bill Coats Law are always happy to help you and answer your questions about your claim. You can reach someone to help get you started by clicking on the chat window in the bottom right popup on your screen, or if that's not visible, send through this contact form straight to Bill. 

 

 

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