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What Is Accidental Drowning?

Accidental drowning is the third most common cause of accidental death in the world. Drowning occurs when a person is submerged in water and respiratory impairment cuts the oxygen supply to the brain. Unconsciousness and cardiac arrest can quickly follow. Unfortunately, with our love of life on the water in Florida, we have more than our fair share of accidental drowning incidents each year. If you have lost a loved one due to accidental drowning in Florida and this was due to the negligence of one or more parties, you may have a valid compensation claim. Who can be ...

By |October 26, 2022|personal injury|

How Does a Bodily Injury Claim Work?

Have you suffered bodily injury because of an accident that was caused by the negligent or reckless actions of another party? If so, you may be entitled to compensation under Florida law. But how does a bodily injury claim work in Florida? How do you know if you qualify for a claim? What damages can a claim include? Car and motorcycle accidents, boating accidents, drowning accidents, medical malpractice… the list of potential situations that can cause serious bodily injury in Florida is a long one. Most people will need to deal with an accident that causes injury of some ...

By |October 26, 2022|Car Accidents, Injuries, Motorcycle Accidents, personal injury|

Why You Need UM Motorist Coverage

In Florida, although drivers are required to carry a minimum amount of auto insurance, they are not required to carry bodily injury insurance to drive on Florida’s roadways. Florida is a no-fault state which requires drivers to carry at least $10,000 of property damage liability. Property damage liability pays for damage a driver causes to other people’s property involved in a vehicle crash. However, despite many states requiring drivers to carry some type of bodily injury liability insurance, Florida does not require motorists to carry bodily injury insurance or uninsured/underinsured motorist insurance (UM), which means that if someone causes ...

By |June 27, 2022|Car Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents|

What is Considered Bodily Injury?

Under Florida law, if you have suffered bodily injury as a result of an accident due to the negligent or reckless actions of another party, you may be entitled to compensation. To recover compensation in motor vehicle accidents, you may need to make a claim with the insurance company of the at-fault party or file a lawsuit. Bodily injury liability insurance covers the injury expenses of a third party in an accident but it is not required by Florida law, meaning that if the at-fault driver has no insurance and refuses to pay for damages, you will need to ...

By |May 18, 2022|personal injury|

How Much Do Lawyers Usually Take From a Settlement?

Once your personal injury claim has been settled, your lawyer will receive a settlement check on your behalf — but what proportion will be retained and how much will you end up with? That’s an important question for most accident victims looking to hire a lawyer and wondering how much it will cost. Unfortunately, few personal injury cases are as straightforward as they first appear. Many take longer than expected and fair settlements with insurance companies are only possible after months of wrangling, the threat of litigation, and/or considerable efforts from your personal injury lawyer. So, when all is ...

By |May 18, 2022|personal injury|

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