florida no fault law

Florida’s PIP Law Goes to Florida First District Court of Appeal

On Tuesday, September 17, 2013, the Florida First District Court of Appeal will hear oral argument on Florida’s “New PIP” statute in the case of McCarty v. Myers, Case No. 1D13-1355 (Fla. 1st DCA), on appeal from Myers v. McCarty, Case No. 2013-CA-0073 (Fla. 2nd Cir. Ct. March 15, 2013

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Florida PIP Statute

Effective January 1, 2013, Florida Statute § 627.736  individuals injured in a car accident (who are seeking Personal Injury Protection medical benefits that they pay for already) are required to receive an initial evaluation and care WITHIN 14-days of the motor vehicle accident.  This evaluation needs to be done by

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Florida Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

The beauty of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) (also known as Florida No-Fault) is that your medical bills and lost wages are taken care of by your insurance company.  The reason why your insurance company will pay yours and mine will pay mine is that Florida created the system of each

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