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Common Misconceptions about Assignment of Benefits

Common Misconceptions about Assignment of Benefits Assignments of property insurance benefits are a recent phenomenon. False: Assignments of post-loss benefit payments have been recognized by Florida law for over 100 Years. Assignment of Benefits give contractors special rights the policyholder would not have. False: Assignment of Benefits does not give contractor’s additional rights. Assignment of Read More

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First And Third Party Insurance Claims

You may have heard the terms “first party” and “third party” in reference to insurance policies. These terms arise from contract language, since an insurance policy is simply a specific type of contract. First Party Insurance Claims  A first party insurance claim is between the insurance company and the policyholder. An example of a first party insurance Read More

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Fight For What’s Yours – Insurance Claims Denials Aren’t The End Of The Road

Having your home damaged isn’t a pleasant experience. In fact, it’s usually very stressful. As homeowners, you rely on your homeowner’s insurance to protect you from paying exorbitant amounts of money to repair your home, especially when the repairs are expensive. Unfortunately, it’s normal for insurance companies to deny claims that you make for one Read More

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Multi-Vehicle Car Accidents In Florida

Multi-vehicle auto accidents are the most common form of motor vehicle accidents that occur on the road today. Although the majority of these are minor fender benders or rear end collisions, one or both vehicles are still likely to sustain damage and the driver and/or passengers involved may be injured. In high-speed multi vehicle accidents, Read More

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Fault In A Florida “Rear End” Car Accident

In Florida, there is a rebuttable presumption that the operator of a vehicle which rear-ends another vehicle is at fault for causing the accident. This means that generally, the person that rear-ends another is at fault. The rebuttable presumption can be overcome with evidence that the operator of the front vehicle stopped unexpectedly or slowed Read More

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What Are The Common Causes Of Rear-End Collisions?

Rear-end collisions are the most common type of automobile accidents. There are many causes of this type of accident. Usually, it is inattentiveness that results in a motorist not being able to stop in time to avoid a collision. The driver may become distracted or not realize that traffic ahead is stopping or slowing down. Many times, speed Read More

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Kids Get Hurt Too: What To Do If Your Child Is Injured At Daycare

Most parents trust the daycare workers and teachers that are responsible for their child’s safety day in and day out. Unfortunately, injuries do happen. While injuries at daycare can be minor, serious injuries happen too. These injuries can happen when daycare workers aren’t paying attention or when the daycare has dangerous toys or equipment. Injuries Read More

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Factors In Car Accidents

Traffic fatalities are on the rise both nationally and in Florida. We covered the statistics in a previous blog post. It should be very concerning to all Floridians that the Sunshine State ranks 3rd in total number of fatal crashes and 2nd in percentage increase since the beginning of 2015, according to data estimates from the National Read More

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Florida Personal Injury Accident Statistics

Florida’s roads are some of the most dangerous in the country. Here are the facts: In 2016, there were an estimated 393,996 motor vehicle accidents in the state of Florida, according to Florida’s Integrated Report Exchange System (FIRES). The state of Florida saw 252,761 injuries and 3,078 fatalities from car accidents in 2016, according to FIRES. There Read More

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How An Operating Agreement Benefits Your Florida LLC?

Limited liability status protection. An operating agreement will help ensure that the court will uphold the owners’ limited liability protection in the event that a lawsuit is filed against the LLC. This is overly important if the LLC is operating as a single-member entity, to clearly distinguish the business as an LLC instead of a Read More

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