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Florida’s No-Fault Motor Vehicle Law is an agreement between auto insurance companies and the state legislature. The rule states that car insurance companies must provide a certain amount of coverage for their drivers in the event that they are part of an accident, no matter who is at fault. While this is beneficial for Florida drivers, the downside is that victims of an automobile accident are only allowed to file a claim against the at-fault driver when the injuries sustained are permanent.
Florida is one of about a dozen other states that uses the No-Fault Law. As a driver, it is important to understand what kind of coverage both you and your fellow drivers carry. Insurance companies aren’t upfront and open about the coverage they offer and will not cough up money without a fight.
Call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys at 800-257-1822.
Let our team of legal professionals guide you through the complex web that making a claim against an automobile insurance company tends to be. If you have been in an automobile accident you have involuntarily become involved in a very complicated legal process. We are here to offer free advice and counseling on how to move forward with any potential claim. We are here to help!