What To Do When Hit By an Uninsured Driver in FL

Florida is a state with a lot of cars on the road. And while drivers are required to carry insurance, it’s not uncommon to be involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault with a driver who has no insurance.


If you were involved in a motor vehicle crash with an uninsured driver, it can be complicated to recover any compensation. But with the help

Dealing With Insurance After a FL Hurricane

Hurricane Ian has dealt some significant damage to many Floridians. If you’re trying to pick up the pieces from this natural disaster, you’ll have to deal with your insurance company – which isn’t a task many people look forward to.


Before you speak to your insurance, you should first work to understand what your rights are in this situation and what you are entitled to.

What Does Senate Bill 54 Mean for Florida Drivers?

If you drive a vehicle in Florida, you’ve probably heard the term “no-fault” more than once. Florida is a no-fault state, which influences how cases work if you’re injured in an accident.


However, driving laws for insurance in Florida may soon change the status quo.


Florida Senate Bill 54 seeks to repeal Florida’s No-Fault laws, and that would mean some serious changes for not

Liability Insurance Laws Are Changing in Florida


It’s no secret that Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) statutes are riddled with problems. On the one side, insurers have complained for years about rampant fraud. On the other, Florida drivers have to deal with some of the highest car insurance rates in the nation.


The most recent salvo? The Fourth District Court of Appeals ruled that insurance companies are not obligated to fully

FL Errors and Omissions Insurance: What Is It? Do I Need It?


If you own a small business, then a lawsuit is probably one of your worst nightmares – and for very good reason.


A lawsuit can damage the reputation of your business and can distract you from the day to day operations that make your small business run. Add on top of that legal expenses and you’ve got a recipe for disaster.


Luckily, you

Is the Cause of My FL Property Damage Considered an Insured Event?


So you have insurance on your property. Congratulations! You pay a premium each month with the expectation that you will receive compensation in case of damage to your property.


Of course, anyone with insurance knows that this contract between a homeowner and their insurance company is not so simple. Policyholders only receive compensation when damages take place during an “insured event.”


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