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Who Pays for Property Damage When You Are in a Car Accident? Florida Accident Trial Lawyer Explains

Who Pays for Property Damage When You Are in a Car Accident? Florida Accident Trial Lawyer Explains

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In this quick video I explain who pays for property damage to your vehicle when you are in a Florida car accident.

Watch the video to learn more about who pays for property damage to your vehicle when you are in a Florida car accident.

To learn more about how accident and personal injury cases work in the state of Florida, I encourage you to explore our educational website at http://www.rightsoftheinjured.com

If you have legal questions, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 855-200-1000 or by email at help@rightsoftheinjured.com. This is what I do every day and I’d be happy to chat with you.

Kaiser Romanello, P.A.
11555 Heron Bay Boulevard, Suite 200
Parkland, Florida 33076
855-200-1000

Email: help@rightsoftheinjured.com

Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident?

Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident?

Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident? | Marianne Howanitz | Attorney at Law | http://ocalaaccidentlaw.com/ | 352-512-0444 | 118 W Fort King St., Ocala, Florida 34471

First and foremost, if you are injured in a Florida car accident, your PIP, your personal injury protection insurance is primary. After that, if you have health insurance, that would be secondary. If you don’t have health insurance, you may incur medical expenses that won’t be paid unless and until you make a recovery from the at-fault driver.

Car Accident In Florida In Company Vehicle Who Pays?

Car Accident In Florida In Company Vehicle Who Pays?

Do you wanna know who pays if you’re in a car accident in Florida in a company vehicle? Hi, I’m Micah Longo, I’m a Florida personal injury attorney practicing law here in Davie, Florida.

Did you know, if you were injured in a car accident, while in the scope of your employment, you likely have a workers compensation claim? Now, the term, “scope of employment “includes all acts reasonably necessary or related to the performance of work. In other words, not personal business. The interesting thing about car accidents while on the job is that you’re generally entitled to benefits, even if you were at-fault, in the form of lost wages and medical expenses.

Now, if another driver was at-fault in the accident, you also have a claim against that driver’s insurance. Under this scenario the at-fault driver’s insurance company pays for any lost wages and medical expenses not covered by workers compensation, as well as non-economic damages like pain and suffering, mental anguish, and loss of enjoyment of life. It’s not uncommon to have two (2) claims at once – workers compensation claim and a third party claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance.

If you have questions about this or any other personal injury matter, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me, I’d love to talk to you. You can also check out our website at http://www.longofirm.com for more information, and don’t forget to subscribe to our channel!

The Longo Firm
Micah Longo
12555 Orange Drive, Ste. 233
Davie, FL 33330
Tel: (954) 862-3608