What happens if involved in an accident when pregnant in a no-fault state?

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What happens if involved in an accident when pregnant in a no-fault state?

I currently was recently involved in a car accident and just heard that it is mine is a no-fault state, meaning my insurance has to pay medical bills. What about if I am pregnant? Does the other person’s insurance cover anything if something were to happen to the baby or pain and suffering?

Asked on March 1, 2012 under Personal Injury, Pennsylvania

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