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Getting What You Are Owed For An Auto Accident

In the aftermath of a car accident, you are left with a damaged car that needs repair or replacement, medical and rehabilitation expenses, bodily injuries, loss of wages and future earnings, and temporary or permanent disabilities. A car accident can, indeed, leave piles of debris behind, both literally and figuratively. You have the legal right to be compensated for the damages and injuries caused by a car accident that wasn’t your fault.

Impact of New PIP (No-Fault) Law on Accident Victims

The Florida Legislature in their attempt to combat perceived insurance fraud has once again made changes to the Florida No-Fault (PIP) law, F.S. 627.736. The new law has been slated to take effect January 1, 2013. Under the new statute, the one positive change for victims of automobile accidents will be the $5,000 death benefit that has been added to the $10,000 in medical and lost wage benefits already in place. The potential negative changes for victims of automobile accidents are:

3 Tips to Follow When Making a Whiplash Injury Claim

Being involved in a road accident can result in a wide array of injuries; however the most common injury type is a whiplash injury. Whiplash can be extremely painful and can take many days, even weeks, to heal properly. This often causes victims to require time off work, time that results in a loss of earnings. It is in these circumstances that you may wish to investigate starting a personal injury claim.

Types of Driver Distraction in Car Accident Cases

When a driver is involved in an accident, one of the first questions raised often investigates the true cause of the accident. If driver distraction played a key role in the accident, it is very important for an injury victim to investigate the incident and determine which type of driver distraction caused the auto accident.

Five Accident Injury Compensation Myths

It’s amazing how much people know or think they know about car accident injury claims. So many myths are doing the rounds and it’s these myths that prevent people from seeking to find out their real legal rights and entitlements. Believing in myths that are misleading may result in your injury claim being minimised, rejected or disputed. In this article we seek to expose the top five myths regarding injury compensation following an accident on the road.

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