Approximately 12 states require drivers to purchase no-fault insurance policies. While these policies make it easy to get claims paid after an auto accident, they typically limit the type of compensation you can pursue. Case in point, in some states you are barred from claiming non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. Here's more information about this issue. State Thresholds for Non-Economic Damages The way no-fault insurance (also called personal insurance protection) works, is drivers submit claims for damages and losses related to auto accidents against their own insurance policies rather than chasing after other parties who may be liable for the incidents.
- Workers' compensation is designed to financially help an employee if they are injured on the job. However, workers' compensation is not always guaranteed. There are several reasons why workers' compensation could be denied. Here are a few of those reasons. You Were Not Following Safety Procedures Safety procedures are put in place to protect workers from being injured. That is why you can expect a claim to be denied if you were not respecting the safety procedures that have been put in place to protect you.
- If you had several unpaid parking tickets, and to your dismay, came out of the grocery store to find that a city official has put a boot on one of the tires on your truck, you may be infuriated and feel as if you have really let your finances get out of control to be placed in such a precarious situation. Take matters into your hands to beat the boot and get your fines caught up so that you can drive without any restrictions getting in your way.