Future medical treatments for Florida victims of automobile accidents were affected by the First District Court of Appeal's decision on October 23rd, 2013. The First DCA in Tallahassee upheld the decades-old Personal Injury Protection (PIP) law for automobile accident victims. This will ensure that Florida remains a no-fault state, meaning insurance companies will cover accident victims regardless of fault in the accident. However, which medical providers people choose may be affected.
Personal injury protection -- the auto insurance that every Florida driver is required to buy -- is about to undergo a major overhaul that state officials hope will translate into lower premiums for millions of motorists.
Florida residents involved in car crashes may not be able to get the money they're entitled to under Florida's personal injury protection. A new law limits the amount of time a person has to make medical claims.
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