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Will my insurance company defend me in court if I am sued following a Florida car accident?

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If you’re involved in a car accident, even though you think the other car’s at fault, you may be sued. If you’re sued because the other driver believes you’re at fault or partly at fault for the accident, contact your insurance company. They will provide a defense for you. It’s important, for that reason, to contact your insurance company from the beginning to let them know you’ve been involved in a car accident.

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