how long do you have to seek medical treatment to be able to qualify for pip benefits

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How long do you have to seek medical treatment to be able to qualify for PIP benefits?

Fourteen days after your accident, PIP benefits is personal injury protection available under your policy. It pays up to 80% of your medical bills, and it pays up to 60% of your lost wages, but if you’re involved in an accident and you don’t seek treatment within 14 days, you risk waiving your PIP benefits that are available.

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