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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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Filing deadlines are like a cliff. Once you go over them, you can’t go back and there’s no parachute with a filing deadline. When you have notices of appeal or statutes of limitation, there’s no way to unring that bell when a mistake has been made. That’s why I don’t authorize them to a cliff...
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If you have a successful slip and fall case, the owner of the property or whoever maintain the property may be responsible to pay your money damages for pain and suffering, lost wages, and lost of the ability to earn money in the future. An investigation by a lawyer is necessary to be sure that...
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If you win your case, at the end of the case, the jury will make an award for your past medical bills, your future medical bills, and your lost earnings. But until that time, until you win your case, it’s not like an auto accident where you have PIP insurance that pays those things. The...
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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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No, it will not and this is a misconception that a lot of people have. Remember, when we file a lawsuit, it’s simply a civil action between the injured party and whoever we’re suing. Now, there are governmental agencies such as the Consumer Product Safety Commission that if something like serious product defect is reported...
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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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If an attorney wants you to pay them to speak to them about a malpractice case, you get out of that office as fast as you can because a reputable lawyer is not going to charge you for that. We will investigate cases on our own dime. If we think it’s a meritorious case, then...
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Generally, you will. At the end of the case, whether it’s by verdict or whether it’s by settlement, your insurer who pays your health insurance bills for your medical care that’s related to your injury is going to be entitled to get paid back a portion of their money. Usually, it’s negotiated. Usually, they will...
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