If you are at-fault during a car crash, it is best to contact your insurance provider. Your insurance must be comprehensive enough to cover all the costs of the injury of the victims. The amount will depend on the damages each person acquired during the collision.
We strongly recommend contacting your insurance provider immediately. Your compensation will depend on the kind of policy you have with the car insurance company. If you have comprehensive insurance that covers uninsured motorists, then you will likely gain adequate compensation.
The state of Florida requires every driver to have insurance. If you fail to do so, you may have to carry all the costs and can be banned from driving in Florida.
You can file a claim enlisting all the properties that got damaged during the car crash. You can gather all the invoices or receipts for all the repairs you had to do and include them when making a claim.