Frequently Asked Questions about Motor Vehicle Accidents and
Florida Auto Insurance
Click the links below for a brief answer to common questions about what to do if you’ve been in an auto crash and how Florida auto insurance works.
Understanding Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Insurance.
What is Florida “no-fault” insurance?
Florida’s Property Damage Insurance Law.
Should you call your insurance company immediately after a car accident?
Should I give a statement to the insurance company?
The insurance company sent me a check. Can I cash it?
Should I take photographs or video of my injuries?
I may not be hurt. Should I go to the doctor?
Can I pursue a case if I didn’t go to the ER?
Injured in a car accident and can’t afford to go to the doctor?
Find out who pays your medical bills after a Florida car accident?
Should I take photographs or video of my damaged vehicle?
Who pays for damage to my car?
Should I take photographs or video at the accident scene?
If there’s no insurance, you may still have a case.
Can I pursue a personal injury claim if no one in the accident was ticketed?
Car accident case is settled but, are you eligible for more?
Can you lose your car accident claim by not wearing a seatbelt in Florida?
Are Florida motorcycle accident cases handled different than car accident cases?
The resources provided on this Frequently Asked Questions page are based on Florida law at the time of publication and are not provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship. None of this information is intended to substitute for legal advice from an attorney licensed in your jurisdiction. If you’ve been injured in a motor vehicle crash, you can contact us to set up a free consultation.