Under New York's "no fault" automotive insurance law, the registrant of every registered car is required to maintain insurance coverage providing for medical payments, up to
fifty thousand dollars, for any occupant of that car injured in an accident. The coverage also applies to pedestrians.
Please remember that this is a general overview of New York personal injury law. It does not constitute specific legal advice. It is not intended to create an attorney client relationship nor should it be relied upon without further consultation with a qualified
New York personal injury lawyer.
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