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Valley Stream/Wantagh (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn (718) 333-1500
Valley Stream/Wantagh Offices (516) 887-5500
Brooklyn Office (718) 333-1500

orthopedist in nassau county

No Fault Insurance

At Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation, we are committed to providing high quality, accessible orthopedic care. We believe that regardless of your situation or the grounds of your injury, you deserve the highest quality treatment. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today, and if your situation is emergent in nature, come to us for same-day diagnosis and treatment. If you are looking for an outstanding orthopedist in Nassau County, look no further! At Advanced Orthopedics and Joint Preservation, we put you and your health and well being first.

What Is No-Fault Insurance?

No-Fault Insurance is state-mandated coverage in New York. It’s deemed “no-fault” because it is made available to you regardless of who caused, or was at fault in the accident in which you were injured. It is designed to pay for medically necessary treatments that you may need as a result of an injury sustained in an automobile accident, including orthopedic care. If you’re looking for an experienced and highly skilled orthopedist in Nassau County who accepts no-fault insurance Advanced Orthopedics & Joint Preservation is the place for you! We accept no-fault insurance because we believe in providing excellent health care to our community regardless of circumstance.

Who Qualifies For No-Fault Benefits?

In New York State, the following parties qualify for no-fault insurance coverage:

Operators of motor vehicles

Pedestrians

Bicyclists

It’s important to note that motorcyclists do not qualify.

What Does No-Fault Insurance Cover?

Though it may vary, no-fault insurance typically covers a majority of car-accident related fees and expenses. There are limits in place, but the state of New York requires a minimum of $50,000 of no-fault insurance coverage. If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle incident, schedule an appointment with us today for cost-effective, priority treatment.

Schedule An Appointment:

For a great orthopedist in Nassau County who will provide thorough, high-quality post-accident care, contact our office today!