Jared Newman, Esq. Legal Blog

How Long Does an Insurance Company Have to Settle a Claim in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

When someone is injured in an accident, they will be worried about many things. Money should not be one – but it usually is. After an injury, medical bills will pile up and, if the injury is severe, weeks or months of work could be missed. One question many people have in Florida is, how […]


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How Much Can Someone Sue For a Car Accident in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Car accident victims in Florida have plenty to think about immediately following a crash. They worry about their health, the welfare of any passengers in their car or other vehicles involved, calling the police, and getting medical attention. However, other practical matters soon come into focus, including paying for the damage to their vehicle, medical […]


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What Happens if You Get Into a Car Accident Without Insurance in Florida and Were Hurt?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Car owners in Florida must have auto insurance, including at least $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. Florida is a no-fault auto insurance state. Therefore, you must file a claim against your PIP insurance policy to cover your medical expenses and lost income – no matter who caused the accident. However, when someone is […]


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What if You Got Injured in a Car Accident in Florida But Live in Another State?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Cars are for moving around – around your city, around your state, around the country. Furthermore, people often rent vehicles when they travel, especially when they come to Florida, as there is so much of the state to experience. Unfortunately, car accidents occur whether you are a Florida resident or are just visiting. People who […]


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Who Pays the Medical Bills After a Car Accident in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Anyone who is hurt in a Florida car accident will have plenty to worry about. In addition to wondering how your car will be repaired, you must deal with medical expenses and getting back to work. If your injury is severe, the latter two problems could be weighing heavily on your mind. if you have […]


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How to Get a Police Report for an Accident in Ft. Lauderdale

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

Anyone who has been in a car accident knows that the moments following  a crash could be confusing and overwhelming. You could be injured and in pain, worried about your passengers, or concerned about the position of your car in oncoming traffic. The last thing you are thinking about after a car accident is a police report. However, […]


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How Do You Prove Pain and Suffering Damages in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

When you file a personal injury lawsuit in Florida, you need to produce evidence that another party caused your injury. Part of this process is presenting proof of your damages. If you must show economic losses, such as medical expenses or lost wages, our Florida personal injury attorneys have bills and receipts to establish your […]


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How Often do Car Accident Settlements Exceed the Policy Limits in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

One of the first questions everyone contemplating a lawsuit asks is, “how much could my settlement be worth” This initial question is sometimes followed with a concern of what occurs if the settlement is greater than the at-fault driver’s insurance policy limit. Fortunately, settlements do not exceed policy limits that often. In most cases, the […]


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Can You Sue After an Insurance Settlement Offer for a Car Accident in Florida?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

The majority of personal injury claims arising from Florida car accidents end when a plaintiff accepts a settlement offer from an insurance company. Insurance providers want to avoid the risk of a significant jury award and injured accident victims are often enticed by a quicker payment than is possible through a lawsuit. In other cases, […]


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Can I Get a Pain and Suffering Settlement in Florida Without a Lawyer?

January 21, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents

When you are talking with an insurance company about a financial settlement after an accident or injury, you will be looking to be compensated for your medical expenses and lost wages. Part of your settlement agreement could include pain and suffering. However, most insurance providers will rarely offer compensation comparable to your actual physical and mental […]


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