You are required by Florida Law to stop your vehicle as soon as the accident has occurred. If you are able, you should move your vehicle off to the side of the road where it will not obstruct traffic. If you are unable to move your car, immediately call for a tow truck so that…

It is commonly believed that if you are not a driver of a vehicle involved in a collision, there is no fault on your part, and, therefore, you are shielded from any liability arising from that accident. With that said, it may come as a surprise when you find yourself subject to liability after lending…

A recent accident occurred in the early morning hours of January 18th, when temperatures dipped below freezing in the Tampa Bay area. This rare event caused black ice to form on the Veteran’s Expressway and subsequently caused a driver to lose control. What, exactly, is black ice? Black ice is a thin layer of nearly…

  Attorney Chelsie M. Lamie discusses texting and driving, why you shouldn’t do it, and how to drive safely with a cell phone.

Medical Payments coverage is an elective coverage that you can purchase for your auto policy. Depending on the insurance carrier you choose, you can buy it in amounts starting at $500.00 ranging up to approximately $100,000.00. Medical Payments coverage pays 20% of your medical bills related to an accident or injury while using your car….

One of the most difficult conversations I often have with my clients is about the compensation they will receive for the damages to their car after a car accident has occurred. Rarely is a client able to receive what they feel is fair compensation for the damages to their vehicle when the vehicle is deemed…

Being in an automobile accident can be scary and overwhelming. It is common to consider hiring a personal injury attorney.  However, this is an important decision and the outcome of your case can greatly be affected by the attorney that you choose which is why it’s important to interview and select your Personal Injury attorney…

After a car crash, it is common to miss work due to injuries and medical treatment.  Many people are confused about Florida being a ‘no fault’ state and are unsure whether their lost wages due to a car crash will be paid and if so, by which party or insurance carrier? In Florida, every driver…

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