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Category: Insurance Law

CMEs and Insurance Coverage

April 7, 2014 - Car Accident Law, Insurance Law, Personal Injury

According to the state Supreme Court, a car accident victim does not automatically forfeit insurance coverage or their right to policy payouts if they refuse to submit to a medical exam, personal...

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PIP Injunction Removed

November 19, 2013 - Insurance Law, Personal Injury

The Florida First District Court of Appeals recently issued a ruling in favor of the Office of Insurance Regulation, and lifted the injunction that has stood in the way of enforcing several changes to...

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Florida Court Affirms Injunction Against Parts Of New PIP Law

June 3, 2013 - Insurance Law

A Florida court has upheld it's injunction against parts of Florida'a PIP law that took effect this year. In doing so, the court has eliminated the requirement that an insured have an emergency...

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Opponents Of Florida Auto Insurance Reform Say Law Will Diminish Legal Rights Of Insureds

August 2, 2012 - Insurance Law

Sacbee.com is reporting that the Florida PIP insurance reform law that was passed by the Legislature and signed by the Governor this year has been met growing criticism that benefits and payouts...

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When Can An Employer Be Held Legally Liable For An Assault Committed By An Employee?

October 27, 2011 - Insurance Law

When Can An Employer Be Held Legally Liable For An Assault Committed By An Employee?

I am involved in several cases now where one of the issues is under what circumstances may an employer be held responsible for the acts, in my cases, heinous acts, of an employee.

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Florida Once Again Debating End To PIP Car Accident Insurance And This Time It May Happen

October 6, 2011 - Insurance Law

The Digital Journal had an article today that updated us all on push by the Governor and his allies in the legislature to amend or end Florida's No-Fault-PIP system. Every few years, the Florida...

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The Move To Graduated Drivers Licenses May Have Increased Teen Fatalities In Florida Car Accidents

September 22, 2011 - Insurance Law

A report by the Journal of the American Medical Association found that a movement over the past ten years by states to put into effect grad­uated driver license laws may have inadvertently led to...

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As 24 Percent Of Floridians Are Uninsured, Time To Increase And Stack Your Uninsured Motorist Coverage

August 29, 2011 - Insurance Law

The Insurance Journal reports that 24 percent of Floridians currently do not carry car insurance.As I have written before, in Florida you are required to carry $10.000.00 in Personal Injury...

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Never Reject Uninsured Motorist Coverage, It Can Be A Virtual Necessity To Bring A Car Accident Lawsuit In Florida

August 15, 2011 - Insurance Law

I have previously written an article for the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel stressing the need to carry uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. In Florida as I have written in a previous blog entry...

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As One In Seven Drivers Are Uninsured Bringing A Successful Car Accident Lawsuit Will Continue To Be Difficult

August 4, 2011 - Insurance Law

Summer is when we take long trips in our cars, motorcycles, SUV's. With the price of air travel skyrocketting this year, more and more Americans are taking to the road this summer. Statistically most...

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