Post Concussion Syndrome

Post Concussion Syndrome Car Accident Settlements

Post concussion syndrome, also known as PCS, is a diagnosis that most people are not familiar with. PCS symptoms will typically occur after a traumatic accident. For example, a motor vehicle accident can cause PCS. Factors that could lead to PCS after an automobile accident include the vehicle’s occupant’s body positioning in the vehicle, the […]

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What Happens If You Get Into A Car Accident With No Insurance In Florida And Are Not At Fault

What Happens If You Get Into a Car Accident With No Insurance in Florida and Are Not at Fault?

Car accidents are stressful, no matter the circumstances. From medical bills, car repairs, car rental, lost wages, and litigation, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. And if either driver doesn’t have auto insurance, the stress becomes more intense. Florida Statute 324.021 establishes that every motor vehicle registered in the state must have proof of […]

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What If my Car is a Total Loss?

If you were in an auto accident and your car was totaled, (also known as a “total loss”), then your car cannot be repaired or the cost to repair is more than what it’s worth. Who pays for my car’s property damage?  If the auto accident was not your fault and the fault of another, […]

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Car Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injuries

Being in a car accident is bad enough. Add injuries to the mix and the accident becomes far more than just an annoyance. As we all know, injuries due to car accidents can range from minor bruising and aches to serious injuries and even death. Traumatic brain injuries are too often a serious result of […]

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Why do Floridians need more than full coverage

If you own a car in Florida you are mandated to carry two types of coverage. The first is property damage and the other is PIP (Personal Injury Protection). The minimum amount required for each is $10,000. Many insurance agents will tell you that this “full coverage”. PIP was written into law in the 1970’s, […]

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