Be wary of talking to at-fault parties' insurance company
I continually hear from prospective clients involved in auto accidents in the Daytona/Ormond beach area, that the at-fault parties' insurance company wants to talk to them about their "medical" care. BE CAUTIOUS!!! Florida is a no-fault state. This means that an at-fault parties' insurance company is not going to be providing medical care in most circumstances (there may be exceptions if you are a pedestrian or on a bicycle). However, if you are in a vehicle, odds are that the at-fault's insurance will not be providing medical benefits. Your personal injury protection (PIP) provides for medical payments, regardless of fault. So unless you are a pedestrian or on a bicycle and have no car of your own, there is likely no need to speak to the at-fault insurance company before speaking with an attorney.
Therefore, if you are injured in an accident, contact Johnson & Gilbert, P.A. at 1-800-556-8890 for a free consultation before speaking with the at-fault parties' insurance company.