According to Hawaii’s no-fault insurance laws, if the relevant insurance policy was active at the time of the crash, you may be eligible to recover:
- Payment of medical bills for your injuries and your passengers’ injuries up to the personal injury protection benefits (“PIP”) limit of $10,000 per person or more.
- Up to $20,000 per person ($40,000 per accident) for bodily injury liability to cover injuries of anyone who was injured besides you and your passengers.
In addition to these required amounts of coverage for injuries, your insurance policy or the relevant insurance policy of another driver may include compensation. Contact us for a Free Consultation.
If you are determined to have been at fault, your insurance should pay up to $10,000 per occurrence to cover damage to the other person’s car or other personal property.