FAQS for Claiming Medical Benefits
If you were recently hurt in an auto accident, you are likely facing thousands in medical bills. In 2013, the average liability claim for bodily injury was more than $15,000 after a car crash. From the ambulance ride to hours of rehabilitation, the costs of an injury after an accident are exorbitant. In Florida, you are required to have at least $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP), which means anyone injured has a right to at least $10,000 in medical benefits should they be injured in a crash. Still, even with insurance, there are many questions about how medical benefits work and how they can help you. The following are some frequently asked questions about claiming medical benefits after an accident.