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Attorney Eric Rosen

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So here’s the fact pattern that I see all too often. Assume that you were in a car accident and the other person has no insurance or very low coverage to cover your injuries; the question is, can you sue that person to hold them responsible and can you go after their personal assets… Read More »

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Car Accident Statistics in Florida

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Floridians are no strangers to the hazards of driving within the state. There seems to be something in the air that makes some Florida drivers more susceptible to driving in unsafe ways. Although this accounts for only a minority of Florida drivers, the impact that minority has on the safety of others is prevalent…. Read More »

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Why You Should Always Get Uninsured Motorist Coverage

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

When you get car insurance, you may be considering savings. That is quite understandable given today’s economy, and the rising prices of goods and cars. You may ask your insurance agent for “the minimum,” to save money but by doing that, you could be missing out on a vital part of insurance coverage for… Read More »

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Do Insurance Companies Hire Investigators to Follow You?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

The answer quite simply, is yes. The business model for an insurance company is that they must find any avenue or reason to not pay out your claim. If insurance companies paid out every single claim they received, they would not be able to function as a business. Usually, their determination of whether or… Read More »

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Is It Worth Suing For My Injuries After A Car Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

If your case goes to trial, a jury will determine the measure of damages by considering what injuries you suffered, the pain that resulted from those injuries, the intensity and duration of that pain, and whether you should be compensated for future damages. You may want to inquire into those aspects when considering whether… Read More »

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Car Insurance Coverage Breakdown for Non-Insurance Experts

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

What is the difference between collision and property damage? What is comprehensive insurance coverage? Why is Florida called a “No-Fault” state, but my insurance is saying I was at fault?What is “UM” and why did my insurance company give me a UM rejection form to sign? It seems like the more questions you ask,… Read More »

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What Is The Florida No Fault Law?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Florida’s “No Fault” laws are often misunderstood to mean that fault is irrelevant in determining who will pay for car accident damages. However, all “No-Fault” means is that a particular type of coverage called personal injury protection (“PIP”) will pay a covered insured’s medicals up to a certain amount regardless of whether the insured… Read More »

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What is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Florida’s minimum required auto coverage is personal injury protection (“PIP”) and property damage (“PD”). Although PIP may cover some of your medical bills after an accident, neither of those will cover a car accident victim’s damages caused by a negligent driver. Rather, bodily injury (“BI”) coverage would—if the negligent driver elected to carry it… Read More »

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What Should I Do If I Was Involved In A Hit And Run?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

There are two key parts which anyone involved in a hit and run must know: first, the legal requirements of those involved in a crash, and second, what they can do to try and recover their damages. Florida Statute § 316.061 requires the driver of a vehicle that was involved in, or had any… Read More »

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I Was Involved In Two Car Accidents Within A Short Time. Can I Still Recover For My Injuries In The First Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

The Supreme Court of Florida held that if a jury cannot decipher which of two successive tortfeasors caused an injury, the first is liable for the entire injury. This is because Florida follows what is known as comparative negligence. Under this theory, a jury could apportion fault between multiple tortfeasors and even the plaintiff… Read More »

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