Personal Injury Law » Do you really have full auto insurance coverage? Do you really have full auto insurance coverage? To all our friends, neighbors, and clients… COUTURE LAW P.A. would like to remind you to please review your auto insurance policy for Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (“UM”) coverage. There is good reason for this, as you
Personal Injury Law » Who’s at fault in a wrongful death suit? Who’s at fault in a wrongful death suit? In a perfect world, death would always be preventable, and no one would be blamed or held liable for the demise of others. The unnecessary loss of loved ones upsets the natural course of life.
Personal Injury Law » Play It Safe & Be Cool This Halloween Play It Safe & Be Cool This Halloween There is always one family in the neighborhood that goes all out for Halloween. Your kids marvel in wonder each time you pass as the lights flicker, the spooky music blares, headstones litter the lawn-turned-cemetery
Personal Injury Law » Questions your injury lawyer will ask Contingency: How does it work? In the aftermath of an injury, medical bills pile up quickly, and lost wages due to the inability to work may make your financial situation seem hopeless. The last thing you need at this difficult time is the hassle of
Personal Injury Law » Questions your injury lawyer will ask Questions your injury lawyer will ask After a car accident, you might be tempted to call your insurance company to start the claims process. But if you suffered serious injuries in that accident, even such a simple task might seem daunting, especially if the insurance
Personal Injury Law » Liability in a driverless car crash Liability in a driverless car crash On July 1st, a bill signed into law by Florida Gov. Rick Scott paved the way for driverless vehicles to legally operate on the state’s roads and highways. While the bill’s proponents insist that such automobiles are safer than
Personal Injury Law » Why does it take so long to settle a car accident suit? Why does it take so long to settle a car accident suit? In a no-fault state like Florida, a car accident that causes injuries and property damage might seem like an open-and-shut case. It’s no one’s fault. The insurer
Personal Injury Law » Pre-existing conditions in an injury case Pre-existing conditions in an injury case In Florida, a no-fault state, the minimum amount of insurance required is $10,000 for personal injury protection (PIP) benefits and $10,000 in property damage liability (PDL) benefits. However, the Florida Financial Responsibility Law, which is regulated by the Department
Personal Injury Law » Tips for safer motorcycle operation Tips for safer motorcycle operation Help make melbourne roads less dangerous Before hiking a leg over a motorcycle, riders should be aware of safety regulations required by the State of Florida, as well as specific paperwork that must be filed. These include: possessing a driver’s license
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