Laws regulating claims for injuries arising from automobile accidents vary from state to state. Florida is called a “no fault” injury state. The name comes from the laws that require that everyone who owns a car have insurance that pays for the first $10,000 medical bills or lost wages. These monies are available to the car owner, and passengers in many circumstances regardless of who is at fault (hence “no fault”). Recent changes to the Florida law have changed the conditions under which these benefits are owed. If you have been injured in an auto accident and you are uncertain whether your are eligible for them call us.