No-Fault Remains the Law of the Land in Florida for now… Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce Accident victims must still carry $10,000 in PIP Coverage
On June 30th 2021, Florida Governor Ron Desantis vetoed legislation that would have ended Florida’s no-fault rule (also known as PIP) after pressure from critics who argued the bill would increase insurance rates for Florida drivers. Florida’s no-fault system was established Florida in 1979, and requires all vehicle owners to carry $10,000 in PIP coverage. Florida’s Insurance Commissioner said he was “hesitant” to support the repeal.
Below Fort Pierce / Port St. Lucie Personal Injury Attorney Todd Passman gives a few pointers about PIP insurance:
When an injury or accident requires that the “fine print” of an insurance policy like PIP be reviewed to determine whether there is coverage, the insurance aspects of a claim can become complex. Anyone involved in one of these situations should contact an experienced Fort Pierce personal injury attorney to protect their rights.
Personal Injury attorney Todd C. Passman of Fort Pierce, Florida handles all types of insurance and car accident cased serving Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Stuart, and Okeechobee and surrounding areas.
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If you are a family member or friend have an insurance covered loss or have questions about an insurance claim dispute, please contact St. Lucie injury attorney Todd C. Passman today at 772-465-9806. We can meet you at our office in Fort Pierce right next to the court house or at any convenient place in Port St. Lucie or the entire Treasure Coast.