If you are involved in a collision and you do not own a motor vehicle, you can still be covered by PIP (personal injury protection). You may be covered under the policy of a relative you live with, or the policy of the car you were driving or riding in at the time of the[ ]
Your PIP – Personal Injury Protection – coverage under your own automobile insurance polity is primary in covering your medical expenses after you have been in a wreck. It does not matter whether you were at fault for the crash or not; your own personal injury insurance covers you.
The Florida legislature recently made major changes to the mandatory automobile insurance coverage know as Personal Injury Protection or PIP. For decades, PIP provided $10,000 of coverage to pay for 80% of all reasonable and necessary medical expenses incurred as a result of injuries sustained in a car wreck. This was a consumer friendly insurance[ ]