Q: I recently got into an auto accident and I was the passenger due to the accident my back and neck are messed
I was in a company truck and they said i cant get wc is that true
Now i have therapy 3 times a wk and scheduled an Mri appt
what is my options
WC is available to employees only who are injured while working.
Your own Personal Injury Protection (PIP) will cover your related medical bills (80% reasonable and necessary). Call your insurance carrier and notify them of the crash and request your PIP.
If you don't own a vehicle or reside in a household with a vehicle, you are eligible for the PIP covering the vehicle you were in at the time of the collision.
A: You may have a case against the driver of your vehicle or the other vehicle. Consult an auto accident/personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss your case.
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A: Contact a member of the Fla. Justistice Assn who handles comp; they give free consults. If you were at work when it happened you would be covered by comp. You may have "wraparound wage loss" in your state.
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