Under the Florida PIP law, if you don’t own a motor vehicle, the insurance company for any resident relative would provide coverage for you. If you do not reside with a relative, then the insurance company for the vehicle in which you were traveling at the time of the accident would provide coverage.
I do not own a car, and I was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a friend when I became injured in a car crash. Who pays my medical bills?
by wpadmin | Aug 8, 2017