Will I Have a Rental Car after an Accident?

Will I Have a Rental Car after an Accident?

While the most important concern after an accident is receiving medical care, another concern is often transportation. A traffic accident often leads to vehicles needing repair. Typically, vehicles may spend up to two weeks at the auto body shop getting repaired. In Florida, the at-fault driver’s auto insurance policy will pay for the cost of […]

What Kind of Insurance do Lyft and Uber Have? Answers from a Lyft Car Accident Attorney

Ridesharing is a convenient form of transportation in South Florida. With a few swipes on a phone, you can get pretty much anywhere. However, different from a taxi or other transportation services, drivers who work for Lyft are working for a tech company. These companies offer convenient and affordable transportation options for many travelers and […]

Traffic Accidents During the Pandemic: Remaining Prevalent

While the number of miles Americans drove in 2020 dropped by 13 percent, the number of traffic fatalities rose by 7 percent. Further, in the first half of 2021, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that traffic fatalities rose 18.4 percent from 2020. Some people are surprised to learn that the amount of […]

When Will an Injury Show up After a Car Accident?

While some injuries are recognizable immediately after a car accident, some injuries take a day, or even days or more to develop and be detectable. Further, because each and every accident has a different outcome, it can be difficult to predict how your body will recover. There are two general types of injuries associated with […]

What You Should Know About Single Vehicle Accidents

What are single-vehicle accidents? Single-vehicle accidents that involve striking a fixed or moving object are common and can be catastrophic. Debris from inclement weather, an object that has fallen from another vehicle, or an animal can obstruct the road. In these instances, a driver may not have the ability to slow down or avoid a […]

Should I Hire a Lawyer if I’m in a Car Accident?

How car accidents are filed with insurance companies in Florida Florida is a no-fault state, meaning that typically, the auto insurance companies will cover medical expenses and property damages associated with a car accident. The at-fault driver’s insurance company is responsible for paying their property and medical expenses, according to the insurance plan, while the […]