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Contingency Fees Work for You in Personal Injury Cases

Contingency fees allow accident victims to hire an attorney and have quality representation in the legal process. These agreements mean the attorneys only get paid if they earn a favorable result for their clients. How Contingency Fees Work In general, most attorneys charge clients an hourly rate for their services, regardless of the outcome. Personal injury attorneys,…

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Auto Insurance Coverage to Protect You and Your Loved Ones, Part 2

In our second article discussing types of auto insurance coverage, we explore several more ways you can protect your finances after a serious car wreck. Trust us, you want a policy that helps pay costly medical bills or property damages that can quickly rack up. Learn about what coverage works best for you. Making Sense…

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Car Insurance Can Help Protect You in a Serious Accident, Part 1

Car Insurance Coverage Choices The Florida Department of Motor Vehicles reports that between 600 to 700 car accidents happen every day in the Sunshine State. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in one of these collisions, the details of your car insurance policy such as coverage types, limits and deductibles will determine how…

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Uninsured Motorist Insurance Protects Florida Drivers

According to the Insurance Research Council, more than 13 percent of drivers in the US are on the road without the proper auto insurance. In Florida, however, this statistic more than doubles to 26.7 percent, the highest percentage in the nation. This dubious honor makes adding uninsured motorist insurance to your policy especially important in…

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No-Fault Insurance in Florida Has Its Limitations

The latest data from the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles shows that there are between 600 and 700 auto accidents per day in the Sunshine State. Although Florida requires all drivers to carry $10,000 in no-fault insurance to cover medical expenses, it does not always pay all expenses related to injuries. Read on for an overview of the…

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