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Florida auto accidents

Why are there so many car accidents in Florida?

Florida is a beautiful state to live in and visit. For that…
PIP reform bill

Governor DeSantis vetos PIP reform bill

Governor DeSantis vetoed the PIP reform bill sent to him by…
14 day rule

14-Day Rule for Auto-Accidents in Florida

Have you ever heard of the 14-day rule? If not, safety first…
Florida PIP Insurance

What is PIP insurance in Florida?

PIP insurance in Florida is coverage that gives anyone involved in an accident access to $10,000 in coverage for injuries. We talked previously on how to access that $10,000. See our EMC video so you understand how to open up the funds to the full $10,000.
At fault acciden

Have you been in a car accident in Florida and it was your fault?

Even if you do not suspect that your injuries are serious, you should report your injuries. In Florida you only have 14 days after the accident to report injuries. After you report your injuries to a medical physician, you don't necessarily have to undergo treatment or take medication. The important thing is that your injuries are documented and will be covered if you need treatment.
EMC

What is an Emergency Medical Condition (EMC)?

Have an Emergency Medical Condition (EMC)?   An Emergency…
medical records

The Importance of Documenting Auto Collision Injuries in Florida

If you have been involved in an automobile accident in Florida,…