Who will pay for my rental car following my Florida car accident?
If you’re involved in an auto accident in the State of Florida, most times you will need a rental car, whether it’s to get your car fixed, or buy a new car because your car it totaled out. If the accident is the fault of the other driver, then often they will pay for the rental car while your car is being fixed, or they’re establishing a value for your totaled out car. However, if liability is an issue in the case, then they’re not going to pay for the rental car while they’re establishing liability. This process may take a few days, or it may take a few years. So it’s important for you to have rental car coverage on your own policy. Then it doesn’t matter whose fault the accident was, you can still obtain a rental car through your own insurance company. And if it turns out that it is the other persons fault then your insurance company with subrogate or get that money back from the other insurance company.
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