Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

If you have a no-fault insurance policy, it is probably called a personal injury protection (PIP) package. PIP insurance pays for the medical expenses of the insured driver and the passengers who were injured in an auto accident. PIP insurance typically covers things like medical bills, wage loss and funeral expenses, but not pain and suffering or vehicle damage. Additionally, every motorist in the state of Florida is required to have personal injury protection (PIP) on their insurance policy, and state law insists that each auto insurance policy has a minimum of $10,000 coverage. However, this varies by state and particular insurance policy. Unfortunately, many motorists do not completely know the protection it offers them if they end up being injured in an auto accident, and usually the PIP packages have restrictions on what they will actually pay.

At the Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki, we know how disheartening it is when your claim faces issues. Communicating with these major insurance companies can feel overwhelming, especially when the odds appear to be against you and your needs. Our PIP lawyers have first-rate experience pertaining to insurance claims, and we will be able to assemble a solid case for your sake. Our attorneys are skilled in amplifying the chances of you obtaining the payoff you're entitled to. Regardless of how hard your case might seem, we work diligently with no half-stepping.

PIP insurance agencies continue to unfairly deny payments to insurers consistently. In fact, big insurance companies such as Progressive, Allstate, and GEICO deny many claims. This is when our skillful PIP lawyers enter the picture. Our legal team has the necessary knowledge to help you with your PIP claim. We have worked on many cases to get these PIP insurance companies to reimburse our clients. The PIP attorneys at our firm personally work with our insurer clients through the entire process of developing a strong case. We can only imagine the tough situations you are enduring pertaining to your PIP dispute, which is why we work vigorously with our clients to bring their case to an effective end. In the event that you have been injured in an auto accident, you would think that a PIP claim would be successful and straight-forward, especially when you did not cause the accident. Unfortunately, that is not always the case! Insurance companies' have various tactics and traps to keep insurers from getting compensation, regardless of whether they are qualified to do as such. Our law firm is dedicated to getting our clients the payout that is lawfully theirs.

Our attorneys at Nooney and Robert are experienced in providing our clients with PIP claim advice. We continue to defend and fight for our insurer clients. We are recognized for our ability to provide tactical and assertive representation when concerning PIP litigation. Our PIP attorneys have over 35 years of combined legal experience to help clients successfully resolve their PIP claims.

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Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance disputes usually emerge when attempting to retrieve benefits after an accident, but you're unable to receive those benefits. In 2012, the Florida PIP laws had several changes, for instance, it is now required for injured motorists to seek treatment within the 14-days of their initial injuries, which is why it is vital that you act fast and seek legal help from an experienced PIP attorney.

How you handle the situation after a motor vehicle accident can make a significant difference in your monetary recovery, since dealing with insurance companies can be especially tricky, as well as difficult. The main concern these insurance companies have is to save money, not looking out for your best interest.

Our legal team is committed to helping you through every step and ensuring that you get the money you deserve. If you have any concerns or questions pertaining to a PIP or claim, speaking with an attorney from Law Offices of Nooney, Roberts, Hewett & Nowicki in Jacksonville, Florida, will help to clear up the confusion these systems can cause.