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What Is The Alcohol Defense In A Florida Personal Injury Case? Plaintiff in a civil case can’t recover any money from a defendant, if at the time of the accident, the plaintiff was impaired by alcohol or drugs and that impairment made the plaintiff more than 30% responsible for causing the accident.
What are Intangible Damages? Intangible damages include pain and suffering. Pain and suffering can include a variety of things such as the inconvenience of the accident, disability or impairment, and any mental anguish caused by the accident and your injuries or loss of enjoyment of life.
What is a General Release? A general release is something that a defendant or an insurance company will want a plaintiff to sign when they receive a settlement.
What To Do If Insurance Company Calls Offering Money Keep in mind there is no need to rush into a settlement. The statute of limitations for a personal injury case is four years.
What To Tell Doctors After A Motor Vehicle Accident It is important to notify your insurance company immediately after an accident so you can access the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits on your car insurance policy.
Why Insurance Companies Won’t Pay What You Want? The problem here is the injured party must come up with a number using the facts of the case and/or what previous cases similar to theirs settled for. The insurance company and the defendant isn’t going to pay a settlement based on a number the injured party thinks is fair.
Do I Have A Viable Personal Injury Case In Florida If I Wasn’t Wearing My Seat Belt? Comparative negligence will require the jury to determine what percentage of the blame to assign to the at-fault driver and the injured party. The at-fault driver will receive a percentage of blame for causing the accident while the injured party will receive a percentage of blame for not wearing their seat belt.
What Is The Myth Behind Full Coverage In Car Insurance? Most people are told they have full coverage when really, they have property damage coverage and personal injury protection coverage. That isn’t full coverage, that is simply the minimum insurance coverage required by law.
How Long Will My Case Last? There are many factors that can determine how long a personal injury case may last.
A Bicycle Accident Can Entitle You To Your Car Insurance Benefits! Car insurance policies with the Personal Injury Protection (PIP) provision will pay for your medical expenses up to $10,000 if you are involved in a bicycle accident, involving a car, while on your bicycle.
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