The legislative intent behind Florida’s original Personal Injury Protection statute (Fla.Stat. 627.736 was to insure your ability to purchase needed medical care immediately following an auto collision. This coverage is a benefit of the policy that you pay for. Until recently every Florida insured driver, passenger, or pedestrian had a right to $10,000 in coverage earmarked solely for your medical needs and wage losses. It was a simple process. If you were injured in a motor vehicle collision your insurance company was required to provide these benefits. That has now changed!
The 2012 amendments to the statute which have recently been upheld by the First District Court of Appeal give insurance companies the opportunity to limit your benefits to only $2,500 and even deny you these benefits in total.
The following are the Rules of the Road that you MUST follow in order to preserve your rights:
Dan and his wife Debbie were recognized as First Citizens at the YMCA Foundation of Sarasota’s Annual Donor Appreciation Luncheon
“Debbie and Dan are equal in their passion for the Y and what they’re willing to do to help our children and families. Whether they’re organizing volunteers for a project, chairing a fundraising initiative or inviting friends into the Y, they’ve done it all and more. I’m not sure they realize how many people they have inspired,” said Jennifer Grondahl, President YMCA Foundation of Sarasota, Inc.
From My Family And Firm To You,