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Do All Car Accidents Need To Be Reported To The Police?

According to Florida law, all motor vehicle accidents that result in injury to, or death of any persons, or damage to any vehicle or other property with an apparent amount of at least $500 must be reported: The driver of a vehicle involved in a crash resulting in...

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What Happens If I Use My Car For Business Purposes?

Under Florida law, if you fail to disclose that your vehicle is being used for business purposes then your auto insurance carrier can deny coverage and rescind your policy for a material misrepresentation when you submitted your policy application. For example, in...

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Do Pedestrians Always Have The Right-of-Way In Florida?

According to Florida law, pedestrians do not always have the right of way: Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right-of-way to all vehicles upon the...

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Are Personal Injury Lawyers Free?

Personal injury lawyers are not free. They typically charge a fee for their services, which is often based on a percentage of the compensation awarded to the client (normally, 331/3%). This is otherwise known as working on a contingency basis, which means that the...

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How Much Should I Expect From A Car Accident Settlement?

The Average Car Accident Settlement in Florida is $30,000.00. Factors for evaluation include: 1. Severity of injuries sustained in the accident; 2. Type and length of medical treatment needed; 3. Cost of medical bills and expenses related to the accident 4. Lost wages...

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Is An Attorney’s Agreement To Refund Fees Improper?

According to Florida case law, an attorney's agreement to refund fees with costs in the event the attorney does not win the case is improper: Stripped to the bone, the complaint is that accused (the lawyer) neglected to file his brief and thereby suffered the appeal...

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What Is Causation Under Florida Law?

According to Florid law, causation is that act which, in natural and continuous sequence, unbroken by any intervening cause, produces injury, and without which injury would not have occurred: In the Pope case this court discussed the law of proximate cause and the...

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What are compensatory damages in Florida?

According to Florida case law as of the date of this article, the purpose of compensatory damages is to make an injured party whole to the extent that it is possible to measure such injury in monetary terms: “Compensatory damages are designed to make the injured party...

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