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2 men discussing insurance claim with documents in front of them

A study by Martindale-Nolo Research revealed that plaintiffs who held out for a better deal received injury settlements that were, on average, $30,700 greater than claimants who accepted the insurer's first settlement offer. When personal injury victims file claims, insurance companies are required to conduct an investigation, negotiate, and settle such claims fairly and in good faith.

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According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the state saw an average of about 1,100 vehicular accidents per day in 2019. If you’re one of the tens of thousands who suffer injuries on Florida's highways and byways each year, you may be wondering what happens once you submit your claim to your insurance company. Will you ...

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Insurance Adjuster assessing the damage to a car

Once you’re involved in an accident — injury or no injury — you’re going to have to report the event to your insurance provider. Once your insurance provider is notified, they will have an insurance adjuster call you to get the details. If you have been injured in the accident, it’s likely that the adjuster will badger you with questions ...

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Medical Billing Statement documents

No one wants to think about getting injured due to someone else’s actions. Will your insurance policy cover your injuries if you get in an accident? Should someone else be held responsible for paying your medical bills? If you have mounting medical bills from an injury in the Altamonte Springs, Florida area, you’re not alone.

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Ambulance with lights on driving down the highway

Any time a loved one dies, we are upset and grieve our loss. Losing someone without warning in a fatal car accident, is even more devastating. In 2020, 3,318 people died in 3,080 fatal auto crashes in Florida. Thousands of people lost their chance to say goodbye.

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Man with one hand on the wheel, texting with the other

Distracted driving involves several causes, but the use of cellphones and handheld devices was deemed a major one, leading to new laws in 2019 prohibiting texting or manual operation of such devices while driving in Florida.

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Grey and black SUVs after a collision

The Insurance Institute of America (IIA) ranks Florida as the third most expensive state for automobile insurance in America, with an average annual cost of $1,356.90. This may seem surprising, since Florida is a “no fault” insurance state that seeks to limit lawsuits and moderate costs for fender-benders and resulting injuries, but there is a valid reason.

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Side view photo of stressed woman driver sitting inside her car and holding her head

If you’re involved in a vehicular accident in Florida, which occurs at a rate of about 650 each day statewide, what should you do? How do you report the incident and collect compensation for your injuries and property damages?

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Person with cast on arm walking away from car accident

In 2018, more than 68,000 passengers were injured or killed in vehicular crashes in Florida. If you were injured in a car crash as a passenger, you might be wondering how to pursue compensation for the injuries you’ve suffered and the medical expenses you’ve incurred.

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Man Calling Insurance after Fender Bender

According to the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Department, an estimated 200,000 car accidents occur in Florida annually, averaging 650 crashes per day. On top of that, in 2019, some 3,273 people died in automobile accidents in the state

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