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Homeowners Insurance Doesn’t Cover All Water Damage Florida can easily be considered one of the wettest places in the entire country. Floridians are no strangers to what all that water can do to their homes. This possible water damage is a constant threat to a typical Florida home that most homeowners…

In the unfortunate event that your home and belongings are damaged by fire and smoke, are you prepared to make a proper home insurance claim? Fire damage can completely change someone’s life. Whether it was one room or an entire house, the effects can feel overwhelming. You may return and…

Insurance companies have a fiduciary obligation to engage in good faith when settling personal injury cases. Specifically, every insurance contract contains an implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. When an individual signs up for automobile insurance, homeowner’s insurance, or some other type of insurance, he or she depends upon the fact that…

Progressive Select Insurance Company, commonly known as just Progressive, recently lost the latest round in their fight over the proper method of applying deductibles in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) cases. These deductibles are outlined authorized under §627.739(2) of the Florida Statute. But the case isn’t over just yet; there may be…

FL PIP Statue Makes Its Way To Congress FL’s Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) laws have been the center of controversy lately. First there was the massive $15,000,000 lawsuit Geico filed against 411-PAIN. Then there was the indictment of Felix Filenger, Andrew Rubinstein, and Olga Spivak who were charged by the acting…

Busting Florida PIP Fraud Acting Attorney General for the Southern District of Florida released a previously sealed 30-page indictment filed in U.S District Court recently and the allegations concerning PIP fraud are staggering. Felix Filenger, Andrew Rubinstein, and Olga Spivak were charged with a total of seven-counts including conspiracy to…

Florida Law sets out very strict requirements for auto insurance, including the requirement that all motorists carry a coverage called personal injury protection (PIP). This coverage is meant to pay for your medical bills, income replacement, and other specified losses if you are in a car accident – no matter who was…

Florida PIP law is a fluid and rapidly evolving area that has seen a number of revisions in recent years.  In the past year, we have posted many articles regarding current trends and topics in Florida’s ever changing no-fault laws. Our goal is to educate medical providers on the issues…

If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Florida, you probably have some questions regarding who will pay for your medical bills and what role each entity—your insurance, the other driver’s insurance, your health care provider, etc.—play in the process. This article will clarify who is responsible for paying for…

Four personal-injury lawyers in South Florida have been accused of paying for clients using a scheme known as kickbacks, the Sun-Sentinel has reported. These lawyers were paying non-attorneys to solicit to car-accident victims for their firms then receiving payment from doctor’s offices for referring the patients. According to investigators, the…