Hey everybody, Andy here.
I've talked ad nauseam in the past about personal injury protection PIP or no fault insurance and all the different wrinkles on a prior video. We talked about the 14 day rule and in order to get that PIP to kick in you have to be seen by a qualified medical provider.
Believe it or not the statute tells you who is a qualified medical provider. Examples of who are qualified medical providers and make sure you get that PIP insurance coverage in the state of Florida, a couple examples chiropractor, a dentist, going to the emergency room is considered a scenario where PIP will be covered.
What's probably more interesting are the ones that are not considered providers. An example of that would be physical therapists and massage therapists or acupuncturists. Lots of confusing information, please make sure you see somebody about this stuff.
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