Car Insurance

Involved in a Hit and Run in Miami? (Everything You Need to Know)

Your initial reaction after a car accident may be to flee the scene. You’re nervous and frightened, and might think that leaving can save you from liability. It should come as no surprise that in Florida, a hit and run comes with more severe consequences than you might face if you stay on the scene. The odds of getting away with a hit and run are slim, and you could face criminal penalties on top of civil charges. If you were the victim of a hit and run accident, you need to learn your rights in this situation as well. What

Auto Accident Settlement Timeline: What You Can Expect in Court

Auto Accident Settlement Timeline: What You Can Expect in Court If you’ve been injured in an auto accident, there is a long process ahead before you’ll receive your settlement. Here’s an auto accident settlement timeline. Consulting with Experts The first thing you should do after being involved in an accident is contact an expert.  It’s important to compile as many details as you can from verified sources that will help prove your case. Various experts will likely have to be consulted regarding specific aspects of the accident, including any injuries that were sustained. These experts could include your doctor, accident reconstruction specialists, and mechanical or civil

Miami Car Accident Advice

If you live in Miami, you are probably familiar with the fact that the roads can get crazy. Here’s what happened in a recent story that has made headlines in Miami and what you can learn from it. The Details Earlier this week, the driver of the silver Infiniti SUV crossed the median on Biscayne Blvd. and NE 36th street. He crashed into oncoming traffic and struck a vehicle. Rather than staying and waiting for authorities to arrive, he fled. He was later arrested by police. Once in custody, police discovered he’s had nearly 20 traffic citations for reckless driving. He was also high

Are you a Self Insured Driver?

Florida Car Insurance can be Confusing Believe it or not, you may be considered an uninsured driver in Florida, even if you have car insurance! Any responsible person insures their car, in case of an accident. But, in Florida, the bare minimum insurance does not require you to purchase protection from some very basic accident scenarios. This article provides important information that every driver in Florida should know. If you’re now wondering “are you a self insured driver” this article can help you answer that question. To begin, if you purchase auto insurance and live in Florida, you will definitely be covered

The Pros and Cons of Using a Dash Cam in Your Vehicle

The main pro of using a dash cam in your vehicle is it can help you record a car accident to prove liability isn’t yours and prove the negligence of another driver. The con is that the dash cam recording doesn’t always help you if the recording proves uses GPS location to prove you were speeding even slightly. See below for more details. Car accidents are one of the most common causes of personal injury lawsuits in America. While many car crashes result from clear negligence on the part of one of the drivers involved, most are far more nebulous or