The tort threshold is the requirement that an injured person must have a certain type of injury in order to recover damages for pain, suffering, mental anguish, and inconvenience in certain types of vehicular accidents in Florida. [Read more…]
Florida Auto Accident Injury Claims and Settlements
I've had many car accident settlements for people who are injured while in Florida. While it can be difficult for the average person (or attorney) to know about available insurance or how much a car accident case may be worth, I look at past cases (both my own and other attorneys) to help determine the value.
Which is why I write about auto accident settlements and insurance from time to time.
Uninsured motorist (UM) coverage may provide compensation to an insured who is injured while on a motorcycle. Compensation may be for medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.) or wrongful death damages caused by the negligence of an uninsured motorist. [Read more…]
Bodily injury liability (BIL) insurance in an auto policy is protection against claims from others for personal injury. [Read more…]
(I am NOT United Auto Insurance Company. I make personal injury claims against them.)
When I think of United Auto Insurance Company, I generally don’t get a good feeling. In a moment, I’ll explain why. [Read more…]
I have settled many Florida bodily injury (“BI”) injury cases with Allstate. [Read more…]
If you’re an out of state visitor hurt in a Florida car crash, you may have a case. Your case may be different than the claim of a Florida resident who was hurt in Florida. [Read more…]
This article focuses on a Lyft passenger’s claims if the driver of the other car caused the accident in Florida. [Read more…]
A Florida Uber or Lyft driver’s negligence may caused a your car crash and you are hurt. [Read more…]
If a police report or car insurance claim is filed after a crash, the crash gets logged into “Carfax.” If a car is damaged and repaired from an accident, it loses value.
This loss of value is called diminished value (“DV”). [Read more…]