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Who’s At Fault In Intersection Car Accidents In Miami, FL?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

A large percentage of car accidents occur at intersections. An intersection may have lights, stop signs, and other road signs. When motorists fail to obey traffic signs when driving through an intersection, they are likely to cause a car crash. Negligence is a common cause and contributing factor in intersection car accidents in Miami… Read More »

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Can You Use Medicare To Pay For Your Car Accident Injury In Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If you have been injured in a car accident, it is vital to talk to an experienced attorney to identify the best option for compensation in your particular case. A Miami car accident attorney will help you make sure that you receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to regardless of whether or not… Read More »

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Who Is At Fault In A Car Accident Caused By Backing Up?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Backing up accidents are not an uncommon occurrence in Miami and other parts of Florida, which has the third-highest number of registered automobiles in the country. A backing up accident may occur when a vehicle is moving in reverse and collides with a parked or moving vehicle in a parking lot or on the… Read More »

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Who Pays For Your Damages If You Are Involved In A Rental Car Accident In Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

In 2020, Florida received nearly 80 million visitors, not including residents of the state. The Sunshine State is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world. Many of those who visit Florida use rental cars to get from point A to point B. It is fair to say that there are thousands… Read More »

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What Is ‘Stacking’ Auto Insurance Coverage In Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If your state allows stacking auto insurance coverage, you may benefit from stacked insurance when involved in a car accident. Generally, the term “stacking” refers to raising insurance coverage limits when an automobile crash involves an uninsured or underinsured motorist. Basically, stacked auto insurance adds uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage (UM/UIM) for multiple vehicles or policies… Read More »

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Who Is At Fault In A Car Accident Caused By Sun Glare?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Motorists in Florida are used to driving in different weather conditions, including sun glare. Sun glare refers to sunlight obstructing a driver’s windshield during sunrise and sunset hours. When the sun is at an angle that creates blinding glare for drivers, sun glare accidents are bound to happen. But can you blame sun glare… Read More »

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What Are The Most Common Road Defects On Florida’s Roadways?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Road defects are a common cause and contributing factor in car accidents on Florida’s roadways. There are different types of poor road conditions that can cause devastating crashes and life-threatening injuries. If you or your loved one has been injured in a car accident caused by road defects, speak with an attorney right away…. Read More »

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Who Is At Fault If I Opened My Car Door And It Was Hit By Another Vehicle?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

This situation happens more often than you might think. In most cases, the person who opened the car door that was hit by another vehicle is deemed at fault for causing the collision because it was their responsibility to check the mirrors before opening the door. However, there are exceptions to the general rule…. Read More »

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When Can You Sue An At-Fault Driver After A Car Accident In Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

As you may know, Florida is an at-fault auto insurance state, which means drivers need to turn to their own insurance company to obtain compensation for medical bills, property damage, and lost wages, regardless of fault. Generally, injured parties cannot file a lawsuit against other drivers unless the car crash resulted in a serious… Read More »

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Florida Gov. DeSantis Vetoes Proposed No-Fault Car Insurance Repeal Law

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has vetoed the proposed bill that would have repealed the state’s no-fault auto insurance system. The veto came amid increased pressure from critics who warned that the repeal law – Senate Bill 54 – would increase insurance rates for many motorists. Why Did DeSantis Veto the No-Fault Insurance Repeal Law?… Read More »

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