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Am I Required to Give A Recorded Statement to the Other Driver’s Insurance Company?

By Slater Grant |

You’ve been in a car accident. You’ve hopefully gone to a medical provider to be checked out for injuries, your car may have damage, and overall, the situation is stressful.  Now the insurance company for the other driver has contacted you, asking for information about the accident.  Most people are nice and want to… Read More »

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Who Pays My Medical Bills If I Am Involved In An Accident?

By Slater Grant |

When a client is involved in an accident resulting in personal injury, we are often asked who pays for the client’s medical bills.  The answer is not simple and depends on what part of the process you are in.  In short: Your auto insurance company pays first under “PIP/no-fault” coverage (and MedPay) Then you… Read More »

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What Happens When The Other Driver Does Not Have Insurance?

By Slater Grant |

Being involved in a car accident is always stressful. And if this happens with a motorist who is not insured, the stress and worry become greater. The laws in Florida are set up to protect you in these situations and provide options that help you. No-Fault or “PIP” Insurance Florida is a “no-fault insurance”… Read More »

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Sometimes Your Work Injury Isn’t Just a Worker’s Comp Case

By Slater Grant |

For those of us still capable of working or considered part of an essential business, getting injured on the job is a possibility. You may think that job-related injuries only allow for a worker’s compensation case (where your recovery is limited), but that is not always the case. Here is an example: A truck… Read More »

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Insurance Companies Often Balk at Paying Hurricane Damage Claims

By Slater Grant |

The concept of insurance, be it home, auto, or medical, is simple – you pay the insurance company every month a fixed amount and in exchange, the company agrees to pay you for damages should an unfortunate incident occur. The recent hurricanes throughout Florida have brought this basic idea back to the forefront. However,… Read More »

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