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SUV Rollover FAQs
An automobile accident can be a major disruption in your life. On top of a potentially long medical recovery process, Florida drivers can also be subjected to expensive medical bills for anything from an ambulance ride, emergency room visit and doctors appointments. It can be overwhelming trying to heal while attempting to navigate the process with insurance companies and medical bills.
Personal Injury Protection or PIP will cover up to 80% of your medical bills up to a certain amount. That amount is dependent on the auto insurance policy you have taken out. Florida requires drivers to carry a minimum PIP of $10,000. As most people know, medical bills can get expensive quickly and it is likely that PIP will not cover all the medical bills. If you carry the elective Medpay coverage, that can be used to pay for any medical bills not covered by PIP. Any out-of-pocket expenses can be claimed as damages against the at-fault driver. After exhausting these options you can use medical insurance, or if you qualify, medicare or Medicaid.
Following an accident, our attorneys will do everything they can to help you pay your medical bills so you can focus on recovering from any injuries received as a result of an accident. Don’t get stuck paying all your medical bills out-of-pocket. Call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys today! 800-257-1822
Whether you have been in an SUV rollover accident or have questions about automobile insurance and what policy is best, call us today. Our staff is both friendly and approachable. We use our experience to help you navigate the complexities of filing a claim with the insurance companies following an accident. Call us today!