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  • Who Pays for Car Damage in Florida No-Fault?

    February 29, 2024

    In the aftermath of a car accident in Florida, one of the first questions that arise is, “Who is responsible for the car damage?” Florida’s status as a no-fault insurance state often leads to confusion regarding the process for addressing vehicle repairs and damages.  Understanding who pays for what in the wake of an accident […]

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  • How is Pain and Suffering Calculated in a Car Accident in Florida?

    February 29, 2024

    After a car accident, victims often grapple with not only physical injuries but also the psychological toll such incidents inflict. While medical bills and lost wages can be quantified with relative ease, compensating for the pain and suffering experienced poses a more complex challenge. In Florida, determining the value of pain and suffering following a […]

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  • How Long Does It Take to Settle a Car Accident Case in Florida?

    February 29, 2024

    The duration of the settlement process directly impacts victims’ emotional well-being, financial stability, and overall recovery journey. However, the answer is not straightforward and varies significantly based on multiple factors, including the complexities of Florida’s no-fault insurance system, the severity of injuries, and the specifics of each case. Florida’s unique legal framework, designed to streamline […]

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  • How much can someone sue for a car accident in Florida?

    February 22, 2024

    Navigating the legalities of a car accident in Florida can be complex, especially when it comes to understanding how much one can sue for.  The amount that can be claimed in a lawsuit depends on various factors, including the nature of the accident, the extent of injuries and damages, and Florida’s specific laws governing car […]

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  • Are attorney fees considered damages in Florida? 

    February 22, 2024

    The distinction between attorney fees and damages is a fundamental aspect of legal cost considerations in Florida. Damages refer to the monetary compensation awarded for loss or injury suffered due to another party’s actions or negligence.  These can include compensatory damages (such as medical expenses and lost wages) and, in some cases, punitive damages. Attorney […]

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  • How Contingent Fees Work in Florida

    January 29, 2024

    Contingency fees are the norm in personal injury cases in Florida. This client-friendly system means that clients do not pay attorney fees unless they win their case or reach a settlement.  The rationale behind this arrangement is to provide access to legal representation regardless of the client’s financial situation. It aligns the attorney’s interests with […]

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  • Who Pays for Injuries in a Car Accident in Florida?

    January 29, 2024

    In the aftermath of a car accident in Florida, one of the primary concerns is determining who is responsible for covering the costs of injuries. Florida’s specific laws and insurance rules play a crucial role in this determination.  Understanding who pays for injuries in a car accident is essential for victims seeking compensation for their […]

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  • Can You Sue for Pain and Suffering from a Car Accident in Florida?

    January 23, 2024

    In the aftermath of a car accident in Florida, one of the critical questions many victims face is whether they can sue for pain and suffering. Understanding the legal framework in Florida regarding such claims is crucial for anyone involved in a car accident.  In Florida, the ability to sue for pain and suffering after […]

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  • How Much Does a Car Accident in Florida Cost?

    January 19, 2024

    After a car accident in Florida, one of the first questions many individuals have is about the cost of hiring an attorney. Understanding the fee structures and costs associated with legal representation in car accident cases is crucial for anyone considering hiring a lawyer. This article aims to provide an overview of how attorneys charge […]

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  • Can you fire your accident attorney in Florida? 

    January 17, 2024

    Hiring an attorney after a car accident is a crucial step in ensuring your rights are protected and you receive fair compensation. However, there may be situations where you feel that your attorney is not representing your interests adequately. In Florida, as in other states, clients have the right to change their legal representation.  In […]

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