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Florida is a fantastic state for motorcycle riders. With thousands of miles of scenic roads and annual motorcycle events that draw thousands of riders from all over the nation, the Sunshine State is among the most popular states for riders. In fact, Florida is second only to California in the number of drivers who have a motorcycle endorsement. It makes sense that motorcycles are popular in Florida: the...
Car insurance isn’t one of the more enjoyable things to talk about, despite the splashy commercials insurance companies put on television. Understanding the unique Florida car insurance laws and how your coverage is used after a car accident is vital. One of the most common situations our personal injury attorney handles is car accidents involving drivers who don’t have enough insurance.
What Are Florida’s Insurance Laws?
Florida uses a system of automobile insurance known as Personal Injury...
One of the questions after being injured in an accident you might ask is “How much is my claim worth?” We know there are a variety of valid reasons you would want to know the value of a claim. In many cases, people have come to us after an injury with mounting medical bills, lost time at work, and in constant pain and suffering. Knowing how much your injury is worth may put your mind at ease during a stressful time.
Florida has some of the most scenic roads anywhere in the nation, and millions of visitors are drawn each year to tour the state. An unfortunate fact is that Florida highways consistently rank in the top five on lists of the most dangerous roads. Sometimes, you may not be able to avoid driving on a dangerous road, so knowing when and why accidents happen on the worst Florida roads might help you avoid a crash. If you are injured in a car...
When you have been injured in an accident, the last thing you probably think about is how to answer questions attorneys will ask about how your injuries happened. Answering questions incorrectly or inaccurately can significantly impact your chances at making a claim, so it’s important to understand what information an attorney needs to evaluate your claim.
In this article, we will discuss some of the common questions attorneys may ask when they are responding to consultation inquiries. We...
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Duval, Monroe, and Leon County including: Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Key West, Palm Bay, Titusville, Daytona Beach and Vero Beach.
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