Our staff will gladly assist you with obtaining a rental car and getting your property damage fixed as quickly as possible. Furthermore, our injury lawyers can fill out the appropriate paperwork to help you qualify for $10,000.00 worth of PIP benefits available to you through your car insurance carrier.
In Florida, it is important to be sure you carry PIP, Bodily Injury, and Underinsured/Uninsured coverage on your motorcycle. Never assume that since you have these coverages on your personal automobile policy that they will also cover your motorcycle. Often times, the fine print on your personal automobile policy will exclude coverage for your motorcycle.
When a pedestrian is struck by another automobile, the results are often catastrophic. If you or a loved one is injured as a pedestrian, you may be entitled to $10,000.00 worth of PIP benefits despite the fact that you do not own or operate a vehicle. In addition, there may be Bodily Injury or Underinsured/Uninsured Motorist coverage which will compensate you for injuries, pain, and suffering as a result of the accident.
Florida Statute 768.16-768.26 is known as the Florida Wrongful Death Act. Wrongful death occurs when a person is killed as a result of the negligence or misconduct of another person, company, or entity. Under the Act, each survivor may recover monetary damages for their metal pain and suffering, loss of companionship and protection, medical and funeral expenses, loss of earning of the deceased, loss of support.
Property owners are required to provide a safe environment for individuals who step foot on their property. Unfortunately, it is a common occurrence for people to be injured on premises belonging to someone else. Premise liability claims often arise as a result of a slip and fall, trip and fall, injury due to dangerous conditions, failure to warn of a dangerous condition, failure to maintain the premise in a safe condition, and/or inadequate security. A Lake Worth slip & fall attorney can help.
Dog owners in Florida have a duty to keep their animals from biting or otherwise injuring other people, regardless of whether the animal is on the owner’s property or in a public place. Florida Statute 767.01: Dog owner’s liability for damages to persons, domestic animals, or livestock. “Owners of dogs shall be liable for any damage done by their dogs to a person or to any animal included in the definitions of “domestic animal” and “livestock” as provided by Florida Statute 585.01.“