Florida
“No Fault” Law

How will Florida’s No-Fault Law effect my injury case?

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ALL DRIVERS CAN HAVE INJURIES REGARDLESS OF FAULT.

YOU HAVE ONLY 14-DAYS
AFTER YOUR ACCIDENT TO
PRESERVE BENEFITS.

Under Florida “no fault” law even if you received a traffic citation after your accident occurred, this does not mean you are guilty. Nor does it mean you’re at fault or ineligible for certain benefits under the law. In fact, Florida’s unique laws allow us to help almost anyone recently injured as a result of a traffic crash.

If you have recently been in an auto accident, you may not feel the full extent of your injuries until weeks later. Thus, if you even think you have injuries, we’ll immediately begin to help you preserve your benefits under Florida law.

Florida’s No-Fault vs. Comparative Fault Laws

“NO-FAULT” defined. Regardless of how your crash occurred. Florida No-fault law will cover even passengers after an accident. Also, it covers your lost wages and medical bills up to $10,000. In fact, a recent change to Florida law now requires that you seek a qualified medical professional within 14-days of your accident. This is to preserve your Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) benefits. Especially, if you think you have injuries as a result of your traffic crash.

“COMPARATIVE FAULT” defined. This is a method used to determine monetary recovery to drivers and passengers involved in motor vehicle accidents. Moreover, Florida drivers can take partial responsibility for causing a traffic crash. Thus, it’s possible each driver involved in or caused a collision receives some degree of “fault”.

Under Florida “no fault” law even if you received a traffic citation after your accident occurred, this does not mean you are guilty. Nor does it mean you’re at fault or ineligible for certain benefits under the law. In fact, Florida’s unique laws allow us to help almost anyone recently injured as a result of a traffic crash.

Thus, if you have recently been in an auto accident, it may take weeks to feel the full extent of your injuries. So, if you even think you have injuries contact us. And, we’ll immediately begin to help you preserve your benefits under Florida law.

A no-fault & Comparative
fault example.

Every day our team
handles & wins
similar cases.

determining
“fault” or
“Liability”

THIS CAN BE DIFFICULT,
COMPLEX, AND VERY
EXPENSIVE.

Because insurance liability adjusters typically determine who caused a traffic crash. Afterward, they approve payment for claims. Thus, if an adjuster believes that you may be partially at fault, the insurance company might delay payment of claims. Incidentally, specialists will conduct additional investigations. (e.g. sworn affidavits, formal depositions, evidentiary hearings, etc.)

Unfortunately, investigations and legal proceedings delay payment of claims. As a result, it could take several months for you to receive the money you need. Often times we can speed up this process and get you the money you need much faster.

WE TAKE ON INSURANCE COMPANIES EVERY DAY.

OUR OFFICE COMPLETES ITS OWN CRASH INVESTIGATION.

First, we’ll help you establish that the other driver involved in the traffic accident was at fault. Or, at least responsible for a part of your damages or injuries. Also, we’ll support your explanation of how your accident occurred. Then, guide you through what happens inside and outside of the courtroom.

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