An Accident Attorney Protects Your Rights in an Accident Case

By |Published on January 24th, 2018|Posted in Personal Injury
It’s a well-known fact that car accidents happen all the time. If you’ve been involved in a car accident it’s important to take the proper measures in order to protect yourself. It doesn’t matter if the injuries you sustained are minor or major, what is important is that you seek a legal
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What Happens When You Decide to Go To Trial

By |Published on January 18th, 2018|Posted in General
Most case can settle without going to trial. Before going to trial, a good attorney will make numerous efforts to get a fair settlement. They will try to settle before filing suit, after filing suit and at a settlement conference (also known as mediation) before the case is scheduled for trial.
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Managing Your Medical Treatment After an Accident

By |Published on November 15th, 2017|Posted in Medical Treatment
Under the Florida no-fault law, your accident related medical bills are paid under your personal injury protection (PIP). Typically, PIP pays 80% of your first $10,000 in medical bills. After PIP is exhausted your physicians can treat under your health insurance or a “letter of
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What is Your Accident Case Worth?

By |Published on September 8th, 2017|Posted in Uncategorized
Every accident case is unique. Every case valuation depends upon a variety of factors which effect how much an insurance company is willing to offer and how little you are willing to accept. When a lawyer evaluates a case for settlement purposes they consider: How easy will it be to prove
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Why Handling Your Auto Accident Should NOT be a DIY Project

By |Published on July 28th, 2017|Posted in Personal Injury
If you are a millennial, you are accustomed to going on line in order to learn how to do things yourself. Older generations would not consider preparing their own wills, drafting contracts or setting up their own corporations. These services were usually only performed by lawyers. Today it is very
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What Does Mediation Mean?

By |Published on June 9th, 2017|Posted in General
If you are a party in a lawsuit, your case will almost always end up in mediation. But, what is mediation? Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. It is a settlement conference held between the parties and moderated by a professional mediator. The mediator has no interest in the
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Who Pays Your Medical Bills After an Auto Accident?

By |Published on March 21st, 2017|Posted in Personal Injury
Since we are accustomed to handing over our health insurance cards when seeing a doctor or going to the hospital, it is confusing to know who pays when you are in a car accident. Florida is a no-fault state. This means that whether the accident was your fault or the fault of the other driver, your
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When Should you Settle Your Case?

By |Published on February 17th, 2017|Posted in General
After being injured in an auto accident, you treat with good Doctors and, hopefully, have retained a good lawyer. Now you are wondering, when do you get paid for your pain and suffering? There is only one good reason to settle your case quickly. If you have a serious injury and the amount of
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Can You Get a Rental Car After Your Accident?

By |Published on January 10th, 2017|Posted in Personal Injury
One of the first challenges you must deal with after a car accident is how to get around when your car is not drive-able. If your car is either in the shop or totaled, you still need to have transportation to get to work or your doctor. If you have rental car coverage with your own insurance
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How to Select a Lawyer to Assist With Your Accident Case

By |Published on November 15th, 2016|Posted in Personal Injury
If you have had an accident, one of the most important decisions you will make will be your selection of an attorney. Many people are referred to their lawyer by a friend or acquaintance who knows the lawyer and may have had a positive experience with them. That is how most of our clients come to
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