Connecticut Courts

As many clients have been asking the question, “what is going to happen with my case now?”

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COVID-19

In light of the current virus that is affecting the United States, we are Krevolin, Feinstein, Gorman, and Herrmann, P.C. have taken the following precautions:

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What is the difference between Med Pay and PIP?

Like medical payments coverage, personal injury protection (PIP) helps pay for your or your passengers’ medical expenses after a car accident, regardless of who caused the accident.

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What is PIP?

Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage is the portion of a car insurance policy that provides medical expenses and work loss coverage for you and your passengers after a car accident, regardless of fault. PIP coverage is often a requirement in “No-Fault” states, as it covers your injuries, no matter who caused the accident.

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What is Medical Payments Coverage?

 

Medical payments coverage is part of an auto insurance policy. It may help pay your or your passengers’ medical expenses if you’re injured in a car accident, regardless of who caused the accident. This coverage is optional and not available in all states.

 

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KFGH Law is pleased to announce Eric C. Shinaman has joined the firm

Krevolin, Feinstein, Gorman and Herrmann, P.C. is pleased to announce that Eric C. Shinaman has joined the firm as an associate attorney.

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