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It may not be the End of the World, but in Florida Auto Insurance Claims, it is the End of the World as we Know It

When the big ball drops at the stroke of midnight on December 31, 2012, life as we know it in Florida Auto Insurance Claims will forever be altered. That is because the overwhelming majority of new provisions which affect what you can recover for medical treatment from a Florida Auto Accident kick in on January 1, 2013. Gone will be days where you could present at any time for treatment related to a Florida auto accident. You will now have to present for initial care and treatment within the first 14 days of the accident or you will not be entitled to any benefits for medical care ever! Your choice of treatment providers and doctors has also been limited, and you now have an affirmative obligation to give your insurance company an intrusive deposition, known as a EUO, before you are ever entitled to benefits.

These changes are dramatic, and what is even more freighting is that news outlets, at least the ones I have seen cover this event, don’t detail the new provisions of the law correctly.

Knowledge Equals Power in Orlando Auto Accident Cases

Do yourself a huge favor, and download our free book all about this new law, “The New PIP” and be one of the few prepared Floridians to deal with this harsh law.

Happy New Year, and enjoy the End of the World as we know it, at least as it pertains to your Florida Auto Insurance.

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