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When You MUST File an Insurance Claim

Sometimes you must file an insurance claim. One when you're injured. Two, when there is property damage to your vehicle. Always hire an attorney to make sure that your rights are protected.

I Can’t Afford An Attorney!

The number one concern accident victims raise with me is their fear of not being able to afford an attorney. They assume they can’t afford quality representation to get them a fair settlement. The good news is that personal injury attorneys work on “contingency”. That means you don’t pay a dime unless we win your case. So if you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, don’t hesitate to contact an experienced personal injury attorney.

Who Pays My Medical Bills?

If you are worried who will pay your medical bills, don't worry. Florida law requires drivers to pay for PIP to cover their medical bills.

Why U/M is Essential in South Florida

Florida has a very high percentage of uninsured or underinsured drivers, which makes UM coverage important to receive the benefits that you need. Always seek an attorney to protect your rights.

I Crashed My Car. Will My Insurance Still Pay?

If you have collision and/or comprehensive coverage, your insurance can pay for your vehicle damages. Your insurance will pay up to $10,000 in medical benefits. If you have uninsured motorist, you can also get compensated. Still confused? Contact a local experienced attorney.

What Happens if My Car is Totaled?

What happens if your car is totaled? The insurance company pays for the current market value of the vehicle, not the replacement value.

You Can Afford an Accident Attorney

Attorneys work on contingency, meaning there is no charge unless you win. There is no charge upfront, so I encourage you to seek an experienced attorney to protect your rights.