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In this short video, your Florida injury attorney explains what to do after a car accident. Visit a doctor to get checked out and document your injuries for legal purposes. If you are involved in a car accident, the first thing to worry about is your own health and safety. If the accident is of...
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If you’re injured in a car accident and bring a claim against the at-fault party, if that party is insured, his insurance company will pay those claims up to their policy limits. In addition, even if he has limited insurance or no insurance, if you have uninsured motorist coverage, that coverage would kick in to...
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Florida automobile carriers have two types of coverage, either supply PIP coverage or also liability coverage. If your policy includes liability coverage, you will be defended up to and through trial and appeal by your insurance company insuring you for that automobile.
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There’s no requirement under Florida law that anybody give a recorded statement to the other person’s auto insurance company before a lawsuit is filed. Therefore, if anybody approaches you after an accident to take a recorded statement and it’s not your own insurance company, our advice is simply don’t do that, and immediately call an...
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No. An individual does not have to go to court for an auto accident case. In fact, our law firm settles 80% of the cases that plaintiffs bring without having to go to court or file a lawsuit. Even if you file a lawsuit you will not have to go to court in most cases,...
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  Statute of limitations in Florida for an automobile accident is generally four years. However, there are a couple of exceptions that people should be aware of. If someone was killed in an automobile accident, the statute of limitation is then governed by the Florida wrongful death statute and would be lowered to two years....
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They purpose of obtaining uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage is to protect you in the event a person causes an accident in which you are injured and that person who caused the accident does not have any coverage, or enough coverage to cover you for the damages you sustained. I really believe that it’s the...
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No-fault insurance is coverage issued by the state of Florida wherein your personal and your protection coverage will pay you 80% of your medical bills and 60% of your lost wages usually up to a maximum of $10,000 regardless of whose fault the accident is. In addition, no-fault insurance in general will allow you to...
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  You should settle an auto accident case when subsequent to the time an offer is received by you and/or your attorney, you are completely satisfied with the offer, and not just the offer, the amount of money you’re going to end up with in your pocket after all fees and medical expenses are paid....
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The first thing I’d be is very skeptical if an insurance company offered you a check right away. If the check was for policy limits, I would then immediately retain an attorney to make sure that the at fault party did not have any assets or excess insurance over the policy limits showed to you....
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