If you are the driver or passenger in a motor vehicle that is involved in an accident, you are entitled to Section B no-fault benefits from the insurance company that insures the car you were in. If you are struck by a vehicle as a pedestrian or cyclist, you are entitled to Section B no-fault benefits from the insurance company of the vehicle that hit you. "No fault" means you are entitled to these benefits regardless of who is responsible for the accident.
Section B benefits include up to a maximum of $400 per week for lost income for a period of up to two years, providing you are totally disabled and were either employed at the time of the accident, or had worked 6 out of the 12 months prior to the accident. Section B benefits will also pay up to a maximum of $50,000 for anything medically necessary within two years from the date of the accident, provided these costs are not covered by Alberta Health Care or any other plan of insurance.