The Full Coverage Myth
There is no such thing in Florida as full coverage automobile insurance. After years and years of practicing personal injury law and helping hundreds of people after being injured in crashes, it became apparent to me that everyone thought they had full coverage insurance when in fact they did not.
In Florida, there are many different types of automobile insurance coverage. There are coverages called comprehensive and collision, which can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it is damaged in a crash or comprehensive coverage can help take care of someone’s vehicle if it’s damaged by a fire, theft or vandalism. Additionally there is a coverage called partial injury protection that pays your medical bills and your lost wages to a certain limit without regard to fault.
There’s also a coverage called bodily injury liability. There’s also a coverage called uninsured motorist coverage. As a result, I wrote this book called ‘The Ultimate Consumer Guide To Automobile Insurance Coverage in Florida’ to help people understand — before an accident — the types of coverage they need to protect themselves and their family. You cannot buy the insurance coverage you need after the fact. You’ve got to do it ahead of time and this book will help you prepare and protect yourself and your family.