If you are a passenger of a vehicle or a pedestrian and have been injured in an accident, determining the proper avenue for compensation depends on the particular circumstances. It can be difficult to determine which driver’s insurance company will be responsible for covering your injuries and benefits. For example, if you are hurt in a hit-and-run and the driver’s identity is known, you may be entitled to both Section B (No-Fault Accident) Benefits and personal injury damages through the insurance of the at-fault driver.

Consulting with a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible after the accident will ensure you have a clear understanding of all benefits and sources of compensation to which you are entitled. At Cuming & Gillespie LLP, we deal with the insurance companies on your behalf and ensure all claims are filed within the mandatory timelines so you don’t lose the ability to sue.