This will depend on whether you actually have coverage for this type of insurance. It is not required under Florida law, however, most insurance company’s policies do cover this type of insurance. Any time you get automobile insurance or any other insurance you should speak with your agent and go over every single type of…

No. In my experience, most attorneys including myself try to negotiate prior to going to court. We only go to court as a last resort if the other side is either insistent that they were not at fault or does not believe that your monetary claim is adequate and thinks that you should not get…

This is one of the most common questions I get presented with. It’s a question, the next time you go and get your auto insurance, that you should ask your insurance agent. This type of coverage is not automatic, and is not mandatory. Unless you obtain this type of coverage, you will not get rental…

Medicaid is paid through the proceeds of your lawsuit, so if you settle or win, you will have to pay Medicaid back. Oftentimes, the Medicaid bill might be substantial, might even be higher than what you settle for. You need a competent attorney to help you go with Medicaid and try to get their claim…

If your automobile is damaged in your automobile accident, your insurance company is going to make a determination of the actual value of your car right before the accident. They’re going to make this determination based upon a variety of factors, including what they believe they could have sold that vehicle for right before the…

Under Florida law, what is a permanent injury is going to qualify for pain and suffering. The question then becomes, “What is a permanent injury?” So things such as scarring, broken bones, tissues that are herniated, or otherwise affected, can be considered permanent injuries. Ultimately, the jury will determine whether you have a permanent injury…

Motorcycles do not require PIP coverage. All automobiles in the state of Florida need to have PIP coverage. If you are riding a motorcycle with 49 cc’s or above, then you’re required to wear a helmet. If not, if it’s less than that, you do not have to have a helmet.

Yes, you can. I would suggest that you speak with an attorney that specializes in these type of cases as these type of cases are much more complicated and complex than your ordinary automobile accident case. You’re not just going to be able to sue your manufacturer because of the rollover. You would have to…

Unfortunately, the answer to that question is yes. In fact, many insurance companies will say that the only way for them to stay in business is to properly assess the risks that you present and if you’re getting into accidents and you’re getting tickets, then they consider you a higher risk and they typically will…

Don’t confuse the cooperative insurance company with what might in fact be an insurance company that’s trying to settle on the cheap or on terms very favorable to themselves. If you are dealing with an insurance company and you do not understand the laws, and you do not understand what you’re entitled to, and you…

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