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Orlando PIP Lawyers

Car accidents are very scary and you may not know what to do afterwards. Fortunately, personal injury protection (PIP) benefits may be there to help with your medical expenses and other losses. While full PIP benefits should be there for you after a crash, that is sadly not always the case. Our Orlando PIP lawyers can help you hold the insurance company accountable for paying the full compensation you deserve.

What is Personal Injury Protection?

Drivers in Orlando, and throughout Florida, are required to purchase at least $10,000 in personal injury protection coverage. This coverage is no-fault, which means you can still file a claim and receive compensation even if you were wholly or partly to blame for the crash. When filing a PIP claim, you can receive up to 80 percent of your reasonable medical costs and up to 60 percent of any income you lost if the accident caused you to miss work.

Many drivers think that obtaining PIP coverage will be fairly easy. Although it should be because you have paid for it, insurance companies do not want to pay out on these claims. They are more worried about retaining their profits than they are making sure you receive the treatment you need. It is not uncommon for insurance companies to use many strategies in an attempt to delay, reduce, or even deny your claim. This is why it is so important to work with an Orlando PIP lawyer who will make sure you receive the full benefits you deserve.

Emergency Medical Conditions

It may seem at first that you can claim up to $10,000 in PIP coverage, as this is the minimum amount set forth under the law. However, that is not the case. To recover more than $2,500, you have to prove that you have an emergency medical condition. These injuries are some of the most serious and must involve you losing a bodily function, suffering a permanent disfigurement or scarring, or the injury must be life-threatening.

Deadlines in PIP Cases

PIP cases have many different deadlines but one of the most important is the 14-day deadline. You only have 14 days to see a doctor after being involved in a car accident. If you do not seek medical treatment within this time, you will likely forfeit your right to claim any PIP benefits at all.

Our PIP Lawyer in Orlando Can Help with Your Claim

At Shuster Saben Estevez, our Orlando PIP lawyer can help if your claim has been denied or underpaid. Our law firm has been counsel on more published opinions and orders in favor of medical providers than any other firm in the history of the PIP statute. Call us now at 877-511-7829 or reach out to us online to speak to one of our knowledgeable attorneys.

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