Have you been injured in a car accident? I know that your personal injury matter is the most important thing in your life. Since your case is that important to you, it becomes the most important case to me. Give me a call right now for a FREE CONSULTATION. We’ll go over your case and explore what options you may have available.
I want to make sure your lost wage checks come in, your medical bills are paid. I want your case to be given the highest priority so every issue can be properly handled.
As a personal injury attorney, I know that each case has a different monetary value. No matter how large or small the case is, I believe all cases should be handled with the utmost importance. As your matter is the most important issue to you and your family, it deserves to be treated as the most important case I have.
Our legal system allows those who are injured to file a civil lawsuit against the other party whose negligence or recklessness led to you suffering injuries. My goal is to try to obtain our clients the best possible results for their injuries, be it monetary or obtaining the best possible medical care for your injuries. Because of the negligence or recklessness of others, I will fight for my client and will assist them in filing a lawsuit, seeking monetary damages for medical bills, lost wages, and much more. I will stand with our Clients against the insurance companies.
You will always be able to speak to me personally about the case, not just a paralegal or legal assistant, although, I have support staff to assist our clients every need. I strive on providing my clients the one on one attorney care to foster a healthy attorney client relationship in all my cases.
I will assist my clients in seeking the proper care provider for their injuries. I work with numerous Medical Doctors, Pediatric Pain Doctors, Surgeons and Chiropractors in the area to ensure that you receive the best possible care for the injuries you suffered in the accident.
Florida’s No Fault Law:
All Florida drivers are required to carry car insurance, but what do these insurance plans actually cover? Florida Statute § 627.730, commonly referred to as the “No-Fault” Law, controls auto accidents in the State of Florida. This law provides that if you are involved in an auto accident your insurance company will cover your medical bills and lost wages up to a certain amount, regardless of who was at fault. If the other party was at fault and caused the car accident, you may only sue them if you meet certain threshold requirements including, but not limited to, significant or permanent loss of a major bodily function, disfigurement or significant scarring, some forms of permanent injury or death. (Florida Statute § 627.737(2)).
Bodily Injury Coverage:
Bodily injury coverage is optional in Florida. If you or a loved one are injured in an car accident and the at-fault driver does not carry any automobile insurance or has insufficient coverage, uninsured/underinsured motorist bodily injury coverage can protect you. Uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM) bodily injury coverage can cover different expenses including, but not limited to medical bills and lost wages. UM coverage is highly recommended and drivers should be sure that each car in their household is covered.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP):
Recent developments in Auto Accident Law: If you have been injured in an auto accident and are a licensed Florida driver, you are required to have PIP (personal injury protection) coverage on your insurance policy. Moreover, you now have only 14 days from the date of the accident to see a doctor. Failure to see a doctor within that time period could result in your insurance company not paying your PIP benefits.
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