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Auto Accidents

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It's important to note that PIP coverage is limited to medical expenses related to the car accident. It does not cover damages to property or non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. To seek compensation for these types of damages, the injured person will work with an attorney in order to secure financial compensation from any responsible or involved party.

After a motor vehicle accident, victims can develop pain or symptoms immediately, hours, days or even weeks later. We offer detailed and thorough documentation of all evaluations, services and provided rehabilitation for all third party interests. This record can be used as evidence in a PIP injury case to support the claim for benefits.

Florida's personal injury protection (PIP) laws require drivers to carry a minimum of $10,000 in PIP coverage as part of their car insurance policy. This coverage pays for medical expenses incurred as a result of a car accident, regardless of who was at fault.

Under Florida's PIP laws, drivers must seek medical treatment within 14 days of the car accident in order to be eligible for benefits. The PIP coverage will pay 80% of medical expenses, up to the policy limits.

The medical coverage provided by PIP includes:

  • Emergency medical services: This includes ambulance rides, transportation to the hospital, and any other medical services provided in the immediate aftermath of a car accident.

  • Medical treatment: This includes visits to the doctor, and other necessary medical treatment.

  • Rehabilitation: This includes chiropractic, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other rehabilitation services.

  • Medications: This includes prescription and non-prescription medications.

  • Dental treatment: This includes necessary dental treatment as a result of a car accident.

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