Car Accident

Florida Personal Injury Protection Insurance (PIP) – What You Need to Know

Currently, there are 12 states that have no-fault car insurance. If you have a car accident in these states, you must file a claim. This insurance then covers some of the medical and repair costs as outlined by your coverage. However, not until you face severe bodily damage or disfiguration are you eligible for compensation from the other party involved. To make up for this shortcoming, these states require all motorists to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP). But what is PIP? Keep reading to learn all about PIP and how you can protect yourself in the case of a car accident. Personal Injury Protection

What are Florida’s Liability Laws & Statute of Limitations for a Car Accident Injury Lawsuit?

In 2018, there were over 400,000 car accidents in Florida, resulting in over 250,000 injuries.  In 2017, Florida ranked third in the country when it came to the most car accident fatalities. Unfortunately, car accidents are a common sight in the sunshine state. And with more people moving to Florida, car accidents may become increasingly prevalent. If you’ve been in a car accident, you may not know your rights. If you intend to sue an insurance company, the government, a manufacturer, or another driver, you also need to keep in mind the statute of limitations in Florida. Keep reading to learn about your

Florida 14 Day PIP – What you Need to Know

It goes without question that every state requires automobile insurance for vehicle owners.  However, each state has its own requirements as to the terms and provisions for coverage provided to drivers.  As a Miami car accident lawyer, helping those recover benefits and settlement proceeds stemming from personal injury is a top priority.  Specifically, it is incredibly important to be knowledgeable of Florida Statute, 627.736, which is commonly referred to as the “PIP Statute.” Why? A key aspect to a successful car accident case in Florida is prompt medical treatment.  In many cases, treatment is covered by the patient’s Personal Injury Protection,

Five Personal Injury Tips for Victims of a Hit and Run

Were you the victim of a hit and run? Filing a lawsuit is difficult. You may not have all the driver’s details to be able to charge them. But this doesn’t mean you can’t file a lawsuit or receive compensation for the accident and your injuries. A hit and run lawsuit needs to be handled differently than other personal injury cases. You need to provide as much information as you can and work with police to catch the assailant. But achieving success in your case requires vigilant action. If you want to win your hit and run case, follow these 5 personal injury tips. 1.

The Effects of Road Rage and Reckless Drivers on Miami Car Accidents

“@#%@!!!!!” It happens to all of us. Someone cuts us off or drives like they’re entitled to the road. They beep at you the millisecond the light turns green or you see them carelessly texting and driving. It’s okay to get angry or frustrated when these things happen. Why? Because those people are the ones that cause the most Miami car accidents and they put your family at risk. Driving recklessly is sometimes worse than driving under the influence, depending on the level. If they go hand in hand, that’s even worse. Learn the definition of reckless drivers and how acting on your road