Tag Archives: Insurance companies

Protecting Yourself from Florida Uninsured Motorists

Some drivers hurt by uninsured or underinsured drivers are never fully compensated for their injuries. The chances of that happening to you may be greater than you think. Although Florida drivers are penalized for driving without insurance, Florida has one of the highest rates of uninsured drivers in the United States. Most drivers have insurance… Read More »

Medicare Requirements in Personal Injury Claims

Starting on January 1, 2011, personal injury claims from claimants eligible for Medicare must be reported to Medicare.  Medicare is entitled to a 100% recovery of the benefits it paid for the treatment of injuries and it will seek reimbursement of such payments from any settlement or payout on the claim.  Failure to comply with… Read More »

Prevailing on a Lost Wages Claim

A lost wages claim is a claim for wages that you were unable to earn because of the defendant’s actions or omissions.  In other words, the defendant’s actions or failure to act in a required way caused you to miss work.  If you were involved in an automobile accident that was another driver’s fault, for… Read More »

Dealing With Insurance Companies After an Automobile Accident

Even though you might feel certain that you did not cause an accident, it is advisable to contact your automobile insurer as soon as possible after one occurs.  Your insurance policy likely contains a clause requiring you to notify the insurer of any car accidents within a set amount of time. Try to collect as… Read More »

Your Mold is Not My Problem — How Insurers Try to Avoid Paying You For Mold Damage

A home is often an individual or family’s most valuable asset. It is also an extremely delicate one, subject to damage or destruction by natural disasters or man-made accidents. It is therefore essential to get good homeowner’s insurance coverage. Homeowner’s insurance pays back the insured homeowner for damage or destruction to the property (by fire… Read More »

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