You will need to retain a civil defense attorney. Unfortunately you will find that this attorney will cost you much more than you would have paid in premiums, had you appropriately covered yourself with automobile liability insurance.
No one should own or operate a vehicle without having adequate automobile liability insurance coverage.
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Mr. Lundeen is correct, never drive without BI insurance and you should also purchase underinsured and uninsured protection. Get a good lawyer to defend you and beef up your insurance coverage. I wish you the best.
In a three car collision, such as this, although you are responsible to the car in front your vehicle hit, the car behind you that hit your vehicle is likely responsible for the damage he caused. At any rate, it may not be mandated that you purchase bodily injury liability in Florida, but if you don't and cause injury, its possible you will have your license suspended unless you take care of the financial consequences of your negligence. If State farm chooses to subrogate (sue you) for its insured's injuries, and you want to avoid a default, you will need to hire a lawyer familiar with personal injury litigation. Good luck.
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