Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage commonly referred to as “UM” coverage, is absolutely worth the cost in Florida. As attorney Sarah Vega explained in her blog – Florida is one of the few states that does not require Bodily Injury (BI) coverage, allowing tens of thousands of drivers on the road to be underinsured. UM coverage is the only surefire protection for you and your loved ones in the case of an accident.
At Rubenstein Law, we are frequently retained to help clients make sure they are fairly compensated for their serious injuries after an auto or truck accident. However, there are occasions where ultimately we are unable to help a client recover money for their serious injuries because the at-fault driver does not have sufficient insurance coverage. In order to be awarded money from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, the at-fault vehicle must have Bodily Injury coverage, commonly referred to as BI insurance.
We are currently more than half way through the 2013 year and we have all heard many commercials telling us that the Florida No-Fault PIP statute has changed. The new law is long and confusing. This post will identify the major changes of this new law and also expose what rules... Read More
Florida Republican Governor, Rick Scott, promised to lower auto insurance rates by lowering Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits. In fact, it was Scott’s top legislative priorities this year. Instead, rates are rising, a new study shows.
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