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What is a Motion to Enforce Settlement in a Florida Personal Injury Case? A motion to enforce settlement can occur when an insurance company convinces someone to accept an offer for their injuries.
What is a Motion in a Florida Civil Case & How is it Used? A motion is a written or oral request for a judge to make a ruling about some aspect of the case. Once a motion is filed with the court, a hearing is scheduled so both parties can meet with the judge and argue their side of the case.
How Much Does it Cost to Hire an Attorney for a Florida Personal Injury Case? Many personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means once the attorney offers to represent you they are assuming all of the upfront costs.
Beware Ignoring Medical Payment Liens at the end of a Florida Personal Injury Case! Medical Payments is a supplemental automobile insurance coverage. It pays medical bills that Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage doesn't pay. If your insurance company pays Medical Payments benefits it will generally expect to be reimbursed out of any personal injury settlement you acheive.
How A Pre-Existing Condition and Affect a Florida Personal Injury Case A pre-existing condition becomes an issue is when a plaintiff isn’t honest about it. It is always important to tell your doctors, your attorney, and opposing counsel the truth about pre-existing conditions.
Why An At-Fault Driver Won't Directly Pay Your Medical Bills In A Florida Personal Injury Case? Clients come to us after they’ve been involved in an accident and want to know why they are receiving medical bills for a car accident that they didn’t cause.
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.
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.
How Long Will My Case Last? There are many factors that can determine how long a personal injury case may last.
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