Accident Injury
Who Pays For My Auto-Accident Injury Treatment?

The question of who pays for therapy after a car accident in Florida is complex and often has to do with insurance coverage. In Florida, the issue is further complicated by the fact that the state has a no-fault system for auto accident injuries. Under Florida law, all drivers are required to carry personal injury protection (PIP) insurance, which covers the costs of an individual’s own emergency medical care in the event of a car accident.

How Much Does Pip Cover?

The minimum coverage limit in Florida is $10,000, and this type of insurance typically covers 80% of costs up to the policy limit.

How Much Will Treatment Cost?

The cost of treatment after a car accident can vary depending on the individual’s injuries and the type of treatment required. Not all patients require advanced or long-term treatments to recover from their injuries. In many cases, non-invasive treatments applied over a short period of time can be effective in promoting recovery. However, some patients may need more intensive therapies, such as physical therapy or advanced procedures, to fully address their injuries. Treatment is very much dependent on each individual patient and their specific injuries and needs.

At Path Medical, we work to ensure your treatment costs are covered through your auto insurance benefits.

To learn more about your treatment options, or speak to a qualified legal attorney to find out more about your insurance coverage, please reach out to us anytime at 800-PATH-247. We are available 24/7 to help you with your auto accident needs.

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