Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident?
If you’re injured in a Florida car accident, your injuries can be paid for a number of ways. If you have personal injury protection insurance, which you are required to have if you own and drive a motor vehicle in the state of Florida, they will pay for up to $10,000 of your medical expenses at 80% and 60% of your lost wages also up to that $10,000 as a composite figure. If your medical expenses exceed that amount of your benefits, you can then seek to have the other driver’s insurance pay for your medical expenses if the medical expenses are incurred as a result of the accident and the other driver is at fault for that accident.
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