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Navigating the complexities of car insurance policies can be a daunting task. Insurance companies do a remarkably good job of keeping their required coverage and benefits a secret from customers. Florida is one of twelve of the contiguous states that has engaged
in the use of what is known as a No-Fault Law. Under this provision the insurance companies are required to provide a certain level of coverage to all subscribers of their policies whether they are a driver, passenger or at-fault driver in an accident. This coverage
is known as Personal Injury Protection or PIP.
The no-fault provision is an agreement between the car insurance companies and the Florida Legislature in which the car insurance companies got a big win. In exchange for the coverage, the victim of an automobile accident can only bring a claim against an at-fault
driver if the victim sustained permanent damage.
Attorney Dan Newlin is the top Florida no-fault lawyer and he and his team are here to answer any questions you may have. Call Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys at 800-257-1822. Don’t hesitate to reach out and inquire about how we can help you, whether you need free advice or an attorney to help you navigate the complexities of your car insurance policy.