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How Long After a Car Accident Can Injuries Show Up

According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), at least one or more drivers and passengers suffer some kind of injury in 41% of vehicle crashes. If you’ve been in a car accident, the first thing you should do is get a medical checkup from a certified doctor. Each car accident is unique in the way it occurs and the type of injuries it causes. You might just realize that you’ve been severely injured in what seemed like a minor fender-bender. Oftentimes, although victims walk away seemingly, unscathed, the trauma becomes evident days, months, and even,...

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Can I Sue If I Wasn’t Injured in a Car Accident in Florida?

Even if you haven’t been injured in a car accident in Florida, your car could be damaged and in need of repairs. Or, you might undergo psychological trauma and be unable to go back to work or your regular activities. The state of Florida has a “no-fault” insurance system and accordingly, irrespective of whether or not you’re responsible for the accident, you can claim damages from the insurance company. Here’s how coverage protection laws work. Florida Financial Responsibility Law Requires Vehicle Owners to Have Insurance All vehicle owners are required to buy Personal Injury Protection (PII) worth at least $10,000 and Property...

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Suing an Auto Insurance Company in Florida – 4 Easy Steps to Getting Your Claim

In case you do get involved in a car accident, one of the first things you should do is call 911 and inform the police. The law also advises you to call your insurance provider and let them know about the incident. According to the insurance contract or policy, you should receive the damages incurred because of the accident. In case the insurer does not act in good faith and denies your claims, you could sue in a court of law. Here are some of the facts to keep in mind when dealing with your auto insurance company in Florida. Insurers...

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Who Can I Sue in a Car Accident in Florida?

Even if you’re an exceedingly careful driver and follow all traffic regulations, there may be a time when you’re involved in a car mishap because of another person’s reckless driving. Any claims for a car accident in Florida are covered under the No-Fault Insurance System. Unless you have serious injuries that result in loss of earnings capacity along with pain and suffering, you can contact your insurance provider and get a payout. In case of situations where you have a permanent injury and significant or permanent scars and/or disfigurement, you have the right to sue the other driver for damages....

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Can Pedestrians Be Blamed for Car Accidents?

Car accidents happen every day, and we tend to think of collisions between two vehicles. But accidents happen in a variety of ways, from hitting an object to situations involving pedestrians. So you might wonder, can pedestrians be blamed for car accidents? After all, they have the right of way…right? Figuring out who to blame for a car accident isn’t black and white, and yes, pedestrians can be at fault. Let’s look at how this happens.

Is There a Time Limit to Make Car Accident Injury Claims?

You’re making headway in your list of daily errands, driving to the grocery store and crash. Another driver runs a red light and smashes into the side of your car. Not only is your car damaged, but you’ve been injured. 

Car accidents happen virtually every minute of the day, and they’re hard on everyone involved. If you’re injured in a car accident because of another driver, you’ll have to deal with insurance, recovery and financial burdens, but what about legal action? 

It might be necessary to file a lawsuit to cover medical expenses, long-term care or loss of wages, but there’s a time limit to make car accident injury claims. We’ll cover this and the steps to take to secure financial compensation.

What Happens If You Get Into a Car Accident Without a Driver’s License in Florida

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Florida Car Accident: When You Can and Can’t Sue

We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks the language of our client’s business. Whether in aviation, sales and distribution, antitrust, corporate and M&A, finance, employment, energy, IP, litigation, TMT, real estate, or any other area of law, our clients can expect excellence and commitment to their objectives. Ensuring the operational functioning of the organisation, the development of external relations, management of press relations and constant communication with the press....

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What to Know if You Get in a Car Accident Without Car Insurance in Florida

We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks the language of our client’s business. Whether in aviation, sales and distribution, antitrust, corporate and M&A, finance, employment, energy, IP, litigation, TMT, real estate, or any other area of law, our clients can expect excellence and commitment to their objectives. Ensuring the operational functioning of the organisation, the development of external relations, management of press relations and constant communication with the press....

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