Category: Insurance

Potential for less accident protection litigation in Florida

After a motor vehicle accident, those who were injured need funds immediately to pay for medical bills. Under Florida law, auto insurers must provide a maximum of $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) in order to make certain that victims can access the healthcare that they need. It is possible to acquire such coverage regardless… read more

Insurance Companies Don’t Want You to Contact an Attorney

In the hours and days following an accident and/or serious injury, you may be confused, overwhelmed and realizing that you are badly hurt. You know that you should be compensated for your injuries and property damages, but you don’t know how much your case may be worth or how to go about working with the… read more

Florida Is a No-Fault Insurance State: What This Means for You

If you are ever injured or someone you love is in a Florida car accident, you will want to make sure that you have adequate insurance coverage. States will vary in what insurance they require of drivers. Florida is a no-fault insurance state, which means that your insurance company steps in and pays your medical… read more

Florida PIP Auto Insurance Laws

Although every registered vehicle owner in Florida is required to carry liability insurance, many motorists do not fully understand Florida’s no-fault insurance laws and want to know who will pay for their medical bills after their wreck. In Florida, motorists are required to carry $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) coverage and $10,000 of property… read more