With high volume traffic areas and dense population, the chances of being in a vehicle crash in Miami-Dade County are high. Keep these tips in mind should you be in an accident.
Though the month of April has been designated as Stress Awareness Month, if you’re a driver in Florida, stressful commutes are a year-round ordeal. Stress is not only bad for your physical health, but it causes road rage. Learn how to reduce road rage and stress on your commute.
As a car accident victim, what are your rights after a crash? Against whom do you file a claim if it was an Uber/Lyft driver? What if the driver is a family member? Read on to learn more.
1 in 3 FL drivers has ZERO coverage for damage/pain/injuries they cause to another person in an auto accident.
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage commonly referred to as “UM” coverage, is absolutely worth the cost in Florida. As attorney Sarah Vega explained in her blog – Florida is one of the few states that does not require Bodily Injury (BI) coverage, allowing tens of thousands of drivers on the road to be underinsured. UM coverage is the only surefire protection for you and your loved ones in the case of an accident.
At Rubenstein Law, we are frequently retained to help clients make sure they are fairly compensated for their serious injuries after an auto or truck accident. However, there are occasions where ultimately we are unable to help a client recover money for their serious injuries because the at-fault driver does not have sufficient insurance coverage. In order to be awarded money from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, the at-fault vehicle must have Bodily Injury coverage, commonly referred to as BI insurance.
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