If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident in Florida that involves physical injuries or significant property damage, you will be confronted by a variety of legal issues, many of them involving Florida motor vehicle insurance law. The lawyers at Sands White & Sands are skilled at helping clients to navigate through the maze of these laws, protect their legal rights, and maximize their potential recovery for their injuries.
We believe that there are three basic questions that everyone driving a car, truck or motorcycle in Florida should be able to answer:
What motor vehicle insurance am I required to own?
When we speak to new clients, we often find that they are uncertain about what motor vehicle insurance they actually own. The client may have simply accepted an insurance agent’s recommendations or just asked for the minimum coverage necessary. Your motor vehicle insurance is expensive and potentially very important to you, so it is worthwhile to periodically review your coverage to determine whether it is necessary and sufficient.
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What additional motor vehicle insurance should I own?
The required insurance coverage discussed above is just the bare minimum that is mandatory under Florida law. This coverage is by no means adequate or desirable to protect you from liability to others or to protect you in case you are injured by a driver who is uninsured or underinsured.
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What steps should I take to protect my legal rights after an accident?
There are several steps you should take to protect your legal rights following an accident. These steps are necessary to help preserve evidence and your right to recover damages for your injuries and for damage to your vehicle.
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