What is a No Fault State?

If you’ve been in a car accident, the most important thing to know about Florida law is that Florida is a no-fault car insurance state. That means, if you’ve been injured as a result of that accident, you’ll need to first turn to your own car insurance coverage to get compensation for your injuries and Read More

How Much is the No Fault Provision?

The No Fault provision is essentially an agreement between all Florida insurance companies and the Florida Legislature. Under the provision, insurance companies are required to provide a certain level of coverage for their insured if they are involved in an automobile accident, regardless of fault. In exchange, the victim of an auto accident can only Read More

The Minimum Threshold

For quite some time, Florida residents have gotten familiar with our no-fault system. Residents also know that it is required, by law, to have personal injury protection, or PIP, paying upwards of $10,000 regardless of who is at fault in the accident. Anyone wishing to pay additional dollars for bodily injury coverage is asking for Read More

What is the Florida No-Fault Law?

Every automobile in the State of Florida requires, at the very least, a form of liability insurance called Personal Injury Protection, or PIP. The purpose of PIP has been to ensure that drivers, if they are injured during an accident, can receive quicker compensation through their own insurance company for medical expenses up to $10,000, Read More