Miami Beach Car Accident Lawyer

Car accidents are classified as the most common personal injury claims. To win a car accident claim you will need to be able to prove how the other driver in the car accident was in fact negligent. Negligence indicates that the other party failed to do just what a reasonable, responsible driver would do under the same type of situation. Examples regarding negligence are: not paying attention to traffic conditions, neglecting to stop for a stop sign or red light, speeding, and texting or talking on the phone while driving.

In some instances the driver and the owner of the car might be held responsible for an accident. In some instances a driver may be on the job when the car accident occurs. In this situation the company for which he or she works may be responsible for the damages.

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Damages are injuries or losses that happen to be a result from a car accident for which you may recover and be compensated for. In an car accident in Florida, the Florida Law will allow you to recover money for lost wages as well as for the loss of earning capacity (ability to generate income) from the time the automobile accident transpired and forward, medical fees accrued right away and in the future as a result of the automobile accident, for property damages received in accident, and for pain and suffering. Miami Beach Car Accident Lawyer

Regarding “pain and suffering”, Florida Law places an additional requirement on the injured party in order to obtain money in the event the negligent motorist had PIP or No-Fault coverage at the time the accident occurred.

In this case, the injured party will need to prove that the accident caused at least 1 of four things to take place: 1) the accident caused death or, 2) lasting and substantial scarring or disfigurement or, 3) loss of important bodily performance or, 4) permanent injury. Oft times the insurance company for the negligent motorist will employ a medical doctor to examine the injured party to determine if one of the four conditions was met in order to claim money for pain and suffering. If the negligent driver was required to have PIP insurance but neglected to have the protection when the accident took place the injured party can seek money for pain and suffering without proving one of the four conditions.

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In the state of Florida, it`s a requirement that anyone who owns a car that is intended for street use must obtain Personal Injury Protection Insurance. This is also called PIP or No-fault Insurance. This insurance purpose is to pay for 80% of your medical expenditures and 60% of wage loss up to a maximum combined total of $10,000. If you decide to have a deductible with your Personal Injury Protection Insurance, then the most it will pay out will be the $10,000 subtract whatever your deductible may be.

Lawsuits for personal injury claims can often take a long time to come to trial. Here at Bloom and Kinnear, we work to and are oftentimes able to resolve an auto injury claim without having to file a lawsuit. We`ve helped to secure literally millions of dollars in settlement for our clients.

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We take personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. We only get compensated if you win or settle your case. Call us now for a Free Consultation. Our Lawyers Are Available To Answer All Of Your Questions And Make clear Your Rights! So contact Bloom and Kinnear right NOW by dialling (305) 860-1234 to arrange your FREE initial consultation!

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