If you are a driver in the state of Florida you have likely heard of the term “no fault state”. Florida is one of the few states in America that require “No fault insurance”. Each state has different requirements, but drivers in the state of Florida are required to have a minimum of $10,000 in benefits. But what exactly does “No fault Insurance” mean?
Tampa Car Accident Attorney
Most drivers consult with friends and family when it’s time to select a car insurance policy. During the process, they often receive conflicting information about everything from coverage requirements to the impact of an accident on their premium.
Tampa Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Claims Attorney
If you have been in an auto crash, you may have a stressful time ahead. You will need to handle the damage to your vehicle, and may also have to deal with injuries, medical bills, and to deal with the insurance company. Under the best circumstances, the at-fault responsible driver will have adequate insurance. However, often in Florida, the at-fault driver has no insurance or has insufficient insurance to cover your medical bills. In this case, you may have to file a UM claim with your own insurance company.
Tampa Distracted Driving Attorneys
Currently, Florida drivers may only be cited for texting and driving if they are stopped for some other traffic offense, such as speeding or making an illegal lane change. However, texting while driving could soon be a primary offense in Florida. The House Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee approved House Bill 33 (HB 33) with a unanimous vote at Tuesday’s legislative session. Two more approvals are needed before the Bill can go to a general vote on the House floor.
Tampa Hurricane Insurance Claim Attorneys
Floridians are all too familiar with hurricanes and tropical storms. When a hurricane or tropical storm hits or looms nearby, the resulting damage can be devastating. In addition to bodily injuries and loss of life, the everyday lives of individuals and families are often misplaced due to the loss of water and power and loss and/or damage to homes and properties caused by the serious winds, rainfall and flooding of the storm.