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How Does PIP Coverage Work?

July 20, 2019

How Does PIP Coverage Work?

When you get into an automobile accident, it is vital that you seek the medical treatment and insurance coverage necessary to deal with any injuries you sustain. Understanding how Florida’s insurance works after an accident is important. Personal Injury Protection, also known as “PIP” or “No-Fault” insurance is one of the most important pieces. Explaining Personal Injury Protection…

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March 11, 2019

Insurance Company vs. Policyholder: The Showdown of the Century

Insurance. Just the word elicits feelings of safety and security. Someone else has your back should your world be upended by an auto accident, fire, flood, or a plane’s engine falls through your home (true story!). Many Americans hold insurance policies for years and never file a claim. According to the Insurance Information Institute, in 2016…

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March 7, 2019

The Underride Slide: Truckers Running without Side Guards Endangering America’s Highways

As of their last tally, the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Services Administration (FMCSA) found there was a staggering 2,752,043[i] registered tractor-trailers traversing across America. By themselves, these trucks count for nearly 10% of all the miles driven by American vehicles per year[ii]. With tractor trailer’s presence on the road remaining a ubiquitous portion of virtually…

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January 28, 2019

Florida Auto Accidents Involving Uninsured Motorist

You’re driving home from a long day at work and just want to get home, change into some PJ’s, and binge watch some Netflix. But just before turning on your street – bam! A car plows into your rear fender. Your neck and head hurt but you shake off the cobwebs and get out to…

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January 14, 2019

Deadly Crash on I-75: Will Sudden Medical Emergency Defense Apply?

Earlier this week, audiences across Florida watched in horror as news channels showed the fiery remains of the vehicles involved in a head-on collision on I-75, near Gainesville, FL. The recent accident involved a semi-tractor trailer suddenly veering sharply left, striking another vehicle, and then both vehicles ending up in oncoming traffic. Colliding with another…

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January 14, 2019

Work-Related Deaths in the US

Fall, slip, fire, exposure to harmful substances, struck by equipment, and caught in, or compressed by an object. These are all categories the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) uses to neatly accomplish the grisly task of tallying and categorizing workplace-related deaths in the U.S. each year. According to the BLS’s annual report, 5,147 workers died on…

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January 7, 2019

Uber’s Autonomous Vehicle Death Case Settlement

This year, Uber has become the first peer-to-peer ride-sharing company to be sued and to have settled for a death involving an autonomous vehicle. Uber’s self-driving vehicle struck and killed Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year old Arizona woman, as she attempted to cross a street with her bicycle. While the autonomous vehicle had the redundant safety…

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February 14, 2018

Govt Offers $1.1 Million to Prevent Pool Entrapment

It’s a dubious distinction that Florida leads the nation in the drowning deaths of children ages one to four.  In 2014, 444 Florida residents died from drowning, including 62 children under the age of five. Pools, open water, above ground pools, lakes, ponds, all pose a drowning hazard. What is not as well known is…

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