JANUARY 1, 1994 AND OCTOBER 31, 1996?

Our firm has handled numerous cases for injury victims that were involved in car accidents between January 1, 1994 and October 31, 1996.  We have been able to bring resolution to these claims after decades of neglect by the insurance companies. Despite insurance companies telling our clients that their cases had been closed or purportedly settled, we were able to obtain significant settlements.

Bill 164 created a system where injured people had no right to sue an at fault party for any economic loss. Injury victims were instead provided with an extensive set of no-fault accident benefits which included:

Income Replacement Benefits of 90% of net income up to $1,000 per week, indexed to inflation. This became payable as a type of pension (Loss of Earning Capacity Benefit) if a person remained eligible after two years and was thereafter payable for life;

$1,000,000 in medical/rehabilitation benefits, indexed to inflation and payable for life;

Attendant care benefits of up to $10,000 per month, indexed to inflation and payable for life;

Housekeeping and Home Maintenance Benefit, not indexed, payable for life;

If you were involved in an accident after December 31, 1993 and before November 1, 1996, you may still have the right to recover extensive benefits, including significant interest that can amount to millions. Please call us for a free consultation.