While there are often many questions involved in issues of no-fault insurance, there's usually one big one: who will pay the medical bills?
In Florida, if you own your own motor vehicle, your insurance company will pay the medical bills and wage losses, no matter who's at-fault, usually up to $10,000. A claim can be made against the at-fault driver if a certain type of injury is proven. Proving this can be difficult, but a skilled attorney can go a long way in making the case.
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At the Law Offices of Scott Young, P.A., we have a comprehensive understanding of no-fault insurance. If you or a loved one has been injured and we believe we can make a case, we're committed to bringing our more than 50 years of combined personal injury experience to advocate on your behalf.
It's key to note that a whiplash or soft tissue injury can be considered permanent if it affects the typical lifestyle of daily living. The injury does not have to be a permanent loss of a function or body part.
If an insurance company does not properly pay the medical providers, as is often the case, the responsibility for the balance often falls on the client, unless a law firm handles this aspect in-house to make sure that the no-fault company fully pays the proper percentage of the claim.
At the Law Offices of Scott Young, P.A., unlike at many other firms, we handle all no-fault claims in-house. We're committed to holding an insurance company's feet to the fire and making it pay the full percentage, so that it doesn't reduce a client's settlement funds. We have demonstrated success in obtaining compensation for injuries that's full and fair, and are committed to taking our experience to work on your case.
To discuss any personal injury matters with an attorney in a free consultation, call 561-368-1920 and ask to speak to Scott Young or send us an e-mail.