Representing Those Innocently Injured
At the office of Roberto R. Alayon, P.A., we are dedicated to representing the rights of those innocently injured.
In addition to his experience and expertise as a personal injury attorney, Mr. Alayon is a leading authority on the laws governing PIP (Personal Injury Protection), a mandatory insurance requirement for all owners of motor vehicles in the state of Florida. He has filed over 1,000 Personal Injury Protection lawsuits against the largest and most powerful insurance companies in Florida.
This is what you the individual needs to know about PIP coverage:
If you do not seek medical treatment within fourteen days of the accident, PIP generally will not cover any of your medical bills. If you have suffered an "emergency medical condition," PIP will generally pay for 80% of your medical expenses and 60% of lost wages, subject to the limitations of the policy. If you have not suffered an emergency medical condition, your PIP benefits are generally capped at $2,500. An emergency medical condition is defined as a medical condition that requires immediate medical attention and could reasonably be expected to result in serious jeopardy to the patient’s health.
Whether you are an individual trying to cover medical and other expenses or a medical practitioner attempting to recover billing from an insurer, the Alayon Law Firm will aggressively pursue your full legal rights to ensure you receive all benefits due to you.
We have the experience to provide nearly any type of legal assistance in personal injury, medical malpractice or accident injury that you require including:
Personal Injury | Automobile Accidents | Motorcycle Accidents | Boating Accidents | Medical Malpractice | Wrongful Death | Animal Bites | Slips & Falls | Sink Holes | All Insurance Claims
We know you have a choice and appreciate your consideration. Our hope is that after reviewing our information, you'll feel confident in our ability to meet all of your expectations and know that our clients are always our #1 focus.