Why Must I Provide My Car Insurance To Pay My Medical Bills?


Listen as Kissimmee car accident lawyer, Charlie Draper explains why in Florida you have to provide your car insurance information to pay for your medical bills following a car accident that was not your fault. 

Providing Car Insurance After a Florida Accident

This is due to the fact that Florida is a no fault state, meaning that no matter whose fault the accident was, your own insurance company pays your medical bills and lost wages.
 
Additionally, no policy may be issued in Florida without including Personal Injury Protection. It does not matter if you are in your car, another person’s car, or you are walking or biking. If you are struck by a vehicle, your insurance provides you with benefits under your Personal Injury Protection. In the State of Florida, your no fault insurance is primary, and if you have health insurance coverage, that is secondary. Watch the video to learn more.  


 
 

If you have additional questions regarding personal injury protection benefits under your automobile policy in the State of Florida, call the Kissimmee car accident lawyers of Draper Law Offices at (407) 846-0075. I welcome your call. Visit our educational website, where you can view more videos and media content from our law firm.

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