How does Florida allow no Bodily Injury or Uninsured Motorist Coverage?
Did you know Florida doesn’t allow it’s drivers to carry Uninsured Motorist Coverage or Bodily Injury Coverage?
I mean for one of the largest states in the country… with one of the most dangerous roads in the country… and I95… yet for some reason the state doesn’t require the drivers to carry Bodily Injury Coverage.
So what happens if you’re in an accident and you get hurt? What happens?
This makes no sense to me. How do they not require this… You try to answer for me because I have no answer…
If you’re looking for more information on car insurance, car accidents, and other personal injury questions, explore the SteinLaw blog – it’s a great information hub for any accident injury information you may be looking for!
For example… check out these blogs on Car Insurance and Car Accidents:
FLORIDA 14 DAY PIP – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
TYPES OF CAR INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PERSONAL INJURY
WHAT CAR INSURANCE IS REQUIRED IN FLORIDA?
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