Firm Blog 4 Steps to Obtaining Car Accident Compensation in Florida
April 4, 2021
If you’re in a car accident, you may need compensation to help with paying your medical bills and lost wages. Depending on the details of your car accident, you may have a few options available to obtain the compensation you need. Following these steps can help you protect available evidence in case you decide to file a claim. Step 1-… read more Questions to Ask Car Accident Witnesses in Florida
March 31, 2021
If bystanders happened to see the car accident that you were involved in, their statements and recollection of what happened in the crash can serve as important evidence if you later choose to pursue a claim for compensation. Below are some examples of questions that you may want to consider asking when gathering witness statements after a car accident. What… read more Handling a Denied Car Accident Insurance Claim in Florida
March 25, 2021
If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you may think that it will be an easy process to file an insurance claim, especially if you’re certain that the other driver or other party was at fault for the crash. But you may be surprised to later be notified that your car accident insurance claim has been denied. Although you… read more Parental Liability For an Accident Caused by Teen Driver in Florida
March 16, 2021
Although teenage drivers only represent a small fraction of all drivers on the road, they account for a far larger share of all motor vehicle accidents. Teen drivers are much more likely than adults to be involved in car crashes. In many of these accidents, the teen driver is at fault for the crash due to their inexperience behind the… read more 10 Things You Should Know Before Filing a Personal Injury Claim in FL
March 9, 2021
If you’ve never had a personal injury claim before, you may not know what the process of pursuing a personal injury lawsuit involves. Below are the top 10 things you should know before filing a personal injury claim in FL. Personal Injury Suits Protect Your Rights and Interests Suffering injury in an accident or other incident that was caused by… read more Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Hurricane Damage in Florida?
February 20, 2021
Does homeowners insurance cover hurricane damage in Florida? After your home has been damaged in a hurricane, this is a question you’re likely asking. In many cases, homeowners’ insurance that you might purchase for a home in South Florida will cover damage to your home caused by wind and rain from a hurricane. However, depending on the company you choose… read more How Much Is My Personal Injury Case Worth?
February 17, 2021
If you’ve suffered an injury in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may recognize that you have a legal claim to compensation, but you may not be sure how much compensation you are entitled to. In a personal injury case, you are typically compensated for your “damages,” or the financial, physical, and emotional loss you’ve suffered due to your… read more Should I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
February 10, 2021
When you’ve been injured by someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you may be entitled to pursue financial compensation from that party for your damages. Although many people think about personal injury lawsuits, the reality is that most personal injury matters are resolved through a negotiated settlement of a personal injury claim. But what is the difference between a personal injury… read more What Happens in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
February 1, 2021
When people are injured in an accident, they often have a viable personal injury claim against the at-fault party for causing their injuries. Usually, the injured person is the one who initiates the lawsuit and, thereafter, collects the damages if the lawsuit prevails. However, when accident victims die as a result of their injuries, the process for asserting their personal… read more National Traffic Death Total Spikes Despite Less Miles Driven During Pandemic
January 30, 2021
Although the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting stay-at-home orders beginning in March 2020 led to a sharp decrease in vehicular traffic as people stopped commuting to work or traveling for leisure, traffic officials across the U.S. instead saw fatality rates from motor vehicle accidents increase. Traffic Fatality Rates Puzzlingly Increase During Pandemic Earlier this month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published… read more