Sarasota, Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch, Venice, Englewood, Port Charlotte, and North Port, Florida have many Medical Doctors (MDs) who accept auto insurance. If you have suffered any injuries or discomfort from an auto accident, there are Medical Doctors specializing in Orthopedics, Pain Medicine, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, who will schedule you for an appointment within one business day. The MDs are board certified or diplomates and have privileges at local hospitals. Auto insurance is the primary coverage in car accidents, but our physicians accept most medical insurances (Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, Humana, etc.) and Medicare or Medicaid to cover co-pays and deductibles, since most auto insurance policies cover only 80% of services. If you need to see a doctor during weekend hours, avoid going to the emergency room and exhausting your PIP benefits, schedule with us instead. We have emergency medicine & urgent care physicians in your area who will help.
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2. SCHEDULE NOW by filling out an online referral form (OR)
3. Call 941-321-4312 to choose your location & doctor
4. Get scheduled in one business day from your request
An "at fault" party is also covered by auto insurance for their medical expenses. If you do not have car insurance or are in an accident involving a home owner, rental property, or place of business due to defect or negligence, consult a personal injury lawyer.
Even if a driver is the "at fault" party in an auto accident, PIP is the primary insurance in their treatment. Although an auto accident victim may have medical insurance, it is secondary and may deny coverage or demand full reimubursement for treatment. If the victim does not have PIP, often a family member or the "at fault" has auto insurance coverage that can pay for their medical bills, but this process often involves consulting a lawyer.
Drivers may receive $10,000 in PIP benefits only if an Emergency Medical Condition (EMC) is filed within 14 days of the auto accident by one of the following healthcare professionals:
Medical Doctor (MD)
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
Physician Assistant (PA)
Nurse Practioner (ARNP)
If a driver does not receive an EMC, they could be limited to $2500 or denied coverage.
All of the Sarasota auto accident medical doctors (MDs) associated with this website are board certified or diplomates in their areas of expertise. Many of the Sarasota accident doctors (MDs) accept Medicare or medical insurance to cover secondary expenses and copays. Many of the Sarasota accident doctors (MDs) have privileges at local hospitals.
If you have Medicaid (including Staywell, Wellcare, Healthy Kids, and Healthease), a Medicaid Reform Plan, Medicaid Replacement and need to see an orthopedic surgeon or medical specialist, call 941-321-4312 and discuss available options. Hablamos Español!