PIP – Florida Personal Injury Protection Coverage

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As our video explains, the actions an injury victim takes immediately following a car accident are very important. How to pay for medical expenses after a car accident should not be the first thing you worry about. Every licensed driver in our state is required to have at least $10,000 in Florida personal injury protection (PIP or no-fault) insurance coverage for medical expenses after an accident, no matter who is later found to be at fault.

In order for PIP to go into effect, an injured person must generally seek medical treatment within 14 days of the injury. Get medical treatment as soon as possible after an automobile accident and contact an attorney at Kramer Law to begin building your personal injury case.

PIP limits how much is covered based on what is considered an “emergency medical condition.” Our lawyers are able to gather the necessary records to pursue any PIP benefits that are overdue. We can also build a personal injury lawsuit against the responsible party once PIP benefits are exhausted.

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PIP insurance benefits should be paid within 30 days after an insurer receives written notice of the covered loss. Therefore, time and documentation are crucial when dealing with PIP insurance and medical needs. This is another reason to contact an attorney as soon as possible following an auto accident. Call us today for a free, no obligation consultation: 1-855-Kramer Now (1-855-572-6376).

What Does Florida Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Cover?

After all applicable deductibles are met, PIP is expected to cover up to 80 percent of medical bills; 60 percent of lost wages; $5,000 worth of death benefits; and mileage reimbursement to and from the physician. PIP will not cover massage and acupuncture therapy.

Unless an injury is considered an emergency medical condition that seriously endangers a patient’s health if left untreated, Florida personal injury protection coverage is limited to $2,500. Our detail-oriented attorneys assist our clients throughout the legal process by monitoring their medical treatment and assessing the right and proper time to move forward with a personal injury lawsuit.

How Our Orlando Attorneys Help

At Kramer Law, we work with employers, insurance carriers and medical providers to file the required paperwork for on-time care and reimbursement for any expenses. As our lawyers are dealing with the “right now” matters for you, we are also gathering any data for a personal injury claim against whoever is liable in the automobile accident.

Our attorneys assist with the Letter of Protection that allows our clients to continue medical care as the legal process continues, and we remind you of all out-of-pocket expenses for which to maintain records. We also will keep records in a file so nothing is missing from your case.

A full service law firm, the attorneys at Kramer Law believe in building lasting relationships with our clients. We strive to earn our client’s indispensable trust with the purpose of becoming the one firm they rely on for any of life’s legal challenges.

Serving clients throughout Orlando and Central Florida, we invite you to contact Kramer Law today.

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