My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: Florida
My husband was involved in a single-vehicle motorcycle accident on I-75 in Florida. He received a bill from a company for almost $2000 for lane closure and road inspection on the day of his accident. We had the company submit this to his moto insurance, but they denied it stating that there was no property damage and therefore no benefit would be paid.
This company is coming after my husband for nearly $2000 after he almost died! He does not even remember that day. They are threatening his license if he does not pay.
How can someone be in an accident that was not his fault (tire blowout was the reason) and then get stuck with a $2000 bill for NO PROPERTY DAMAGES? Is this legal? Shouldn't tax monies be used to pay for road inspections and lane closures, etc. during accidents and not the victims themselves?