What happens with PIP coverage if you’ve been in a car accident in the State of Florida, but you don’t own a car?

What happens with PIP coverage if you've been in a car accident in the State of Florida, but you don't own a car?

Hi, we’re attorneys Victor Demesmin Jr. and Jeremy Dover of the Demesmin and Dover law firm. Today, we’re going over what happens with PIP coverage if you’ve been in a car accident in the State of Florida, but you don’t own a car (maybe you were the passenger). Usually PIP insurance covers the first $10,000 of damages in an accident. But without PIP coverage, what happens?