Why You Shouldn’t Skip on PIP

According to a report released by the National Highway Traffic Administration, car crashes and crash-related fatalities have increased substantially across the country over the past two years.

As a result, it is perhaps more important now than ever before to have the right amount of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) car insurance, also known as no-fault insurance.

What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP)?

PIP is a component of auto insurance that covers medical expenses for you and your passengers after a car accident, no matter who is at fault.

How Does PIP Work?

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