Tag Archives: PIP insurance
The Insurance Company’s Right To Reimbursement After An Accident
Having automobile insurance is not only a legal requirement; it is a necessity to any person who owns a car and drives it regularly. In the event of an accident, your insurance company often pays out your claim and you pay a deductible that may be a small percentage of the cost of the… Read More »
Protecting Yourself Through PIP Insurance
Having auto insurance is not only important in the event of an accident; it is required in order to operate a vehicle legally throughout the country. Generally, auto insurance is thought of as a way to compensate a person who gets into an accident for property damage caused by the policyholder. However, in some… Read More »
Florida Car Insurance Basics
Car Insurance can be a confusing topic. Most of us pay our bill and keep a copy in our vehicle, but rarely take the time to understand the terminology contained within our policies. A report by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles titled “Traffic Crash Facts Annual Report 2013” highlights that… Read More »
Arrests Made in Florida Personal Injury Protection Fraud Ring
Issues with personal injury protection and insurance related to the same are constantly in the news; and it does not look like will change any time in the near future. According to Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater, recently there were nine suspects that were arrested for personal injury protection (PIP) fraud in Miami, Florida…. Read More »
What is Florida PIP Coverage?
Even extremely strong personal injury cases take time to settle. As a result, many injured victims find themselves struggling to pay medical bills and otherwise make ends meet while they wait for their settlements to come through. This can lead some to rely upon credit cards, high-interest loans and lawsuit funding lenders to bridge… Read More »
Do You Really Need Uninsured Motorist Insurance?
An insurance agent who says you do not need uninsured motorist insurance (UM) may not be giving you good advice. In Florida, every insurance policy with bodily injury liability coverage must carry an equal amount of UM unless you specifically refuse UM. However UM provides important protections. As one in four Florida drivers does… Read More »