Recently, someone asked me how I can compete with law firms like 411-PAIN or 1-800-ASK-GARY who pour massive amounts of money for television commercials. I was surprised that he didn’t know that these two entities are not law firms or attorneys. He was surprised to find out the puppet master for each of these two.
I can’t tell you how many times I hear people tell me that they have “full coverage” when talking about their automobile insurance coverage. Just the other day, a client advised me that he had full coverage, but when I looked at his policy, it was clear that he was unclear of what “full coverage””.
After a Florida car accident, there can be substantial medical bills, lost wages and the general hassles and inconvenience of being involved in a crash. However, if there is no permanent injury, there can be no award for pain and suffering damages. Florida’s Law on Pain and Suffering Damages/Permanent Injuries Florida’s law on the need.
Stacked or non-stacked uninsured motorist coverage? That is the question. The easy answer is get stacked uninsured motorist coverage. For decades, I have been telling all who will listen that the most important automobile insurance coverage you can purchase is uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage. This coverage protects you and your family if you (or.
We have all seen those TV commercial attorneys telling you that they are the ones to call after a car accident. However, most fail to answer the most basic question, “Do I need to hire a lawyer after a car accident?” Despite being in the personal injury field for over 28 years, my answer to.
A car accident can happen to anyone and can happen in so many different ways. The automobile accident can be a minor one with no physical injuries. However, what can initially appear to be a minor accident can sometimes lead to longstanding injuries. Therefore, it is important that you take the following steps to protect.
“Florida is a no-fault state.” That’s what you may hear after being involved in a car accident. Many people don’t fully understand that what that means and could mislead you in your rights after an automobile accident. Let’s examine what being a no-fault state really means. In a no-fault state such as Florida, your own.
Being hit by a car while walking or riding a bike can lead to the need for medical care for injuries. However, who is responsible for payment of these medical bills? Prior articles have discussed the fact that if you are injured in a car accident, your own personal injury protection (PIP) coverage will pay.