There are many types of qualifications that a competent attorney has for Florida auto accident victims. You should ask the attorney how many cases they’ve handled representing people injured in car accidents? What percentage of their personal practice is devoted to auto accident cases? How long have they practiced in the state of Florida?… Read More »
After you’ve been injured in a Florida car accident, you may have questions about who is going to pay for your medical expenses. The at-fault insurance company is required to pay your unpaid medical bills and your future medical care needs. In addition, you may also qualify for what’s called no-fault benefits. Those generally… Read More »
Should I accept a check from the at fault driver or their insurance company after my Florida auto accident?
You should be very, very careful if you except a check from the at-fault insurance company after a Florida auto accident. If you have any questions, you should speak to an attorney before accepting that check. The reason is, they may be attempting to pay for your personal injury claim while you’re thinking they’re… Read More »
If you’ve been injured in a Florida car accident, the at-fault driver and their insurance company are required to pay for your injuries. That includes your medical bills, your lost wages, and your pain and suffering. You may also qualify for what’s called no-fault benefits from your own insurance company, a resident relative or… Read More »
After you have been hurt in a car accident, if you’re feeling pain, you should see a doctor. Again, this is always a personal decision. But it is very important, after a car accident, that you ensure that you are okay and also that you’ve obtained proper medical documentation showing your injury. Also, in… Read More »
After a Florida car accident the at fault insurance company is required to pay for a rental car company for you as part of your property damage claim. Often times there are multiple vehicles that are involved in a car accident and a rental car is not always easy to get after an accident…. Read More »
After you’ve been injured in a car accident in Florida, you should not agree to release your medical records to the insurance company for the person that caused the accident. That request is meant so that they can go on a records hunt for you. They’re attempting to find out about other injuries, claims,… Read More »
You may have to go to court for your Florida auto accident case. Remember, though, that many cases resolve without lawsuits ever being filed. Even if a lawsuit is filed, most times the case still does not go to trial. In those instances where you must go to court, please ensure you have competent… Read More »
PIP benefits in Florida are personal injury protection benefits, also referred to as no-fault benefits. These are benefits that must be used after a car accident regardless of who causes the accident. If you qualify for no-fault or PIP benefits, they will pay 80% of your medical bills and 60% of your lost wages… Read More »
Will my Florida auto accident case be affected because I gave a recorded statement to the other drivers insurance company?
Your case may be negatively affected if you provide a recorded statement to the other person’s insurance company. You must be very careful and understand that the other insurance company has very little obligations to you. They don’t care about you, and their job is not to pay your claim. Also, you have to… Read More »