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What Happens If I Don't Have Insurance?

Negligence that results in a motor vehicle accident can take many forms. An inattentive driver or one impaired by drugs or alcohol creates dangerous, even deadly conditions. Careless drivers often fail to carry insurance and accident victims find themselves facing a decidedly uphill battle.

Experienced Uninsured And Underinsured Car Accident Lawyers

With or without insurance, the attorneys at Perry & Young, P.A., will fight to obtain compensation following all types of motor vehicle accidents, including hit-and-run accidents and accidents caused by debris on highways.

Car insurance is mandatory in Florida with minimum coverage of $10,000 for personal injury protection (PIP) and $10,000 property damage liability (PDL). Bodily injury liability (BIL) covers drivers who cause serious and permanent injuries to others.

Failure to carry insurance carries stiff penalties, specifically suspension of driving privileges, including the vehicle license plate and registration, for up to three years or until proof of insurance is provided. Yet, even with severe consequences, negligent drivers make bad situations worse by failing to have insurance.

An alarming number of Florida drivers do not carry car insurance. The infraction is often not discovered until an accident has occurred. While personal injury claims are challenging, seasoned legal counsel can make the difference in finding ways to maximize your compensation. Our experienced attorneys will educate you on your options and handle all aspects of your case.

Contact The Personal Injury Attorneys At Perry & Young, P.A.

We invite you to contact our office today and schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Panama City uninsured motorist attorney. You can also reach us online or call us at 850-215-7777.