Florida PIP Doctors For People Found At Fault In Vehicle Accidents

Were you injured in an auto, truck or motorcycle accident and  found at fault for the accident?  Have been unable to retain a lawyer to help with your medical bills but,  still need medical treatment?  Let us locate a PIP doctor for you. Florida has PIP coverage to help with your medical bills. Florida allows $10,000 PIP coverage  for medical bills but, you must see a doctor within 14 days of your injury

Liability Car Accident Insurance

According to the DMV.org website;

Auto accident liability insurance helps to  pay for the medical bills  for your injuries.

Florida  requires you to have some sort of financial responsibility coverage in order to drive a vehicle within their boundaries. Some states insist you meet this requirement through auto liability insurance.

What If You Have Been Found  At Fault For The Accident

Being liable for an accident means you're either partly or fully responsible for causing it, depending on how your state's insurance commission defines "liability".

Florida No-Fault Insurance

Florida no fault means that  your insurance company  will pay you for the medical care you incur from an accident, no matter if you were liable for them or not. And, the other party's provider will pay for their costs. In this situations, the insurance companies involved negotiate  to determine who was at fault, and make their own financial arrangements. No matter what, your insurance company will pay for the damages to yourself and your property.

Bodily Injury Liability

As the name implies, this covers costs associated with personal injuries. Remember, liability insurance only pertains to the injuries of other people, not your own.

Bodily injury (sometimes referred to as "BI") protection covers all sorts of matters, such as:

Hospital bills

Doctor visits

Rehabilitation expenses

Long-term nursing care bills

Lost earnings due to an accident

If you have been injured in an accident in Florida  call us for an injury doctor.

Florida Injury coverage area: Area Codes 239, 305, 321, 352, 386, 407, 561, 727, 754, 772, 786, 813, 850, 863, and 904.