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How Does Florida’s No Fault Auto Insurance Work? | Spring Hill Personal Injury Lawyer

by Holliday Karatinos Law Firm, PLLC, posted in

Florida is one of a handful of states that has no fault insurance. The requirement that vehicle owners in Florida have no fault insurance, or Personal Injury Protection (PIP) as its also known, means that you should receive some restitution for your medical bills and car repairs regardless of who caused your accident.
As a personal injury attorney, I am often asked by people who have been in car accidents how Florida’s Personal Injury Protection coverage works. It is important to know what to do to protect your rights to receive no fault benefits after an accident. If you have more questions about your specific accident and injuries after reading this general information, please do not hesitate to call me at the Holliday Karatinos Law Firm, PLLC. We offer a free consultation to review your accident and discuss your legal options.
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With over five decades of combined legal experience, Holliday Karatinos Law Firm provides seasoned legal representation to victims of accidents and negligence. Our North Tampa personal injury attorneys serving Lutz, Brooksville, Spring Hill and Hernando County have aggressively negotiated and litigated on behalf of our clients’ rights to fair compensation for their injuries. We have an in-depth understanding of Florida personal injury law, and significant courtroom experience.

At Holliday Karatinos Law Firm, our clients get the personalized attention of a small firm with the financial ability to take any case, no matter the size.

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