Buffalo Accident Attorney Discusses Being Seriously Injured in an Accident While Driving Another Person’s Car

As an experienced Buffalo Accident Attorney, sometimes I have clients call who were involved in a car accident while borrowing a friend’s car, or driving for work. It’s important to know that if you’re in somebody else’s car, the insurance company for that car becomes the primary policy holder for your no-fault benefits. However, we also look to any personal or private policy that you might have as an excess policy, in case the policy that you’re dealing with initially is exhausted, or disclaims for any reason. Essentially when you’re borrowing someone’s car, the insurance policy travels with the car, but also the driver. The car’s policy is primary, and the driver’s policy is secondary. If you were involved in an automobile accident while driving someone elses car, or a work vehicle, contact our office. We offer free consultations and can help put your mind at ease in these troubling times. We focus solely on personal injury and have a proven track record of ensuring our clients receive the compensation they deserve.

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Were you or a loved one injured while driving someone else’s vehicle?  If so, contact Buffalo Accident Attorney Richard Nicotra for dedicated representation. Don’t settle for less. Let his experience work for you.

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