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How Do I Know I can File a Personal Injury Claim in Florida? And What Would My Claim be Worth? If you have been injured during an automobile accident, through no fault of your own, but through someone else’s negligence, or if a loved one has died in a car accident due to the same, you…

Think about it. Negligent drivers abound! You see them all around you, texting, putting on makeup, eating, drinking coffee and horribly sometimes, intoxicated. Can you really then say all accidents are truly unavoidable? I suppose some would be because other drivers move to avoid these negligent drivers from hitting them and then, of course, could…

If you own an automobile in the State of Florida, you must carry $10,000 of Personal Injury Protection Insurance and you can carry up to $1000 deductible on that PIP insurance. Of course, if you do carry a deductible, you are responsible for that amount of money ( the deductible you choose) against your own…

We prefer not to be a drive through car accident attorney. What I mean by that, is being a small firm, when we say we take it PERSONALLY, we fight for every penny you deserve, rather than rush our cases forward, taking whatever the insurance company offers, so that we can get paid. In fact,…

In studying data on motorcycle accidents, here’s somethings we have found: In a typical motorcyclist crash, the motorcyclist was travelling under 30 miles an hour. Most motorcyclist riders involved in a crash are between the ages of 16 and 25. Much less between the ages of 30 and 50. About ½ of all motorcyclist accidents…

I recently read an article put out by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. It stated that 80% of American drivers have engaged in some form of road rage. That was shocking to me and I started to think about the safety factor and the possibility of the accidents road rage could cause, since I…

In the State of Florida, there are certain elements that must be present in order to have a valid contract. First of all, a contract is an agreement either between two people or between two corporations. One party agrees to perform a service or provide goods in exchange for money. Because of the agreement, there…

More Facts About Motorcycle Accidents Most accidents involving automobiles and motorcycles involve changing lanes and/or left-hand turns. Visibility is a big cause of accidents involving motorcycles. Motorcyclists can help themselves by riding with their lights on and wearing bright colored helmets and clothing. Motorcyclists involved in accidents are normally without any kind of training. Experience…

There is so much that one goes through after a car or motorcycle accident. The first thing to consider is your health and safety. Pushing the car out of the road or at least away from disturbing other traffic, and for your own safety, is paramount. Of course, if you are hurt, that would be…

Because of the population of Florida (4th most largest in population in the nation), Florida has become quite the hub for importing and exporting. Because of that, trucks on the road are a way of life in our state. And therefore, we have a great number of trucking accidents yearly. The laws involving trucking accidents…

If you have been injured in the State of Florida, either in a car accident, a slip and fall injury, a dog bit, a motorcycle accident or a boating accident, through someone else’s negligence, you are certainly entitled to have your medical bills taken care of ( either by your own Personal Injury Protection part…

The person that hit this client’ s car, and another car as well,  carried no bodily injury insurance. Thankfully, our client carried Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage. Please, please, please check your policy. Uninsured/Underinsured motorist coverage is a separate coverage. It is not necessarily part of full coverage. You must elect it, or sign off on it….

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