Resources & Frequently Asked Questions
Look over these frequently asked questions to better understand your options.
How soon after an accident should I contact your law office?
Call our office immediately. Do not discuss the accident with others, or the other party’s insurance company, until after you have consulted an attorney. You will receive obligation-free guidance from us promptly.
How do I pay your legal fees?
We handle your case on a contingency fee basis. This means you pay no legal fees unless we recover monies for you. If there is no recovery, all legal fees are waived.
Do I have a claim even if the other motorist has no insurance?
Yes. If you have uninsured motorist coverage on your insurance policy, you can be compensated even if the other party has no insurance or doesn’t have adequate coverage.
I’m concerned about my medical bills. How will these be paid?
We are committed to seeing you get the proper medical treatment and will align you with medical care providers that will work with your situation.
Does my automobile insurance cover me if I’m on a bicycle or on foot?
Yes. If you are injured by a negligent motorist while walking or riding a bike, you are covered under both your PIP coverage and your Uninsured Motorist Coverage.
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You can count on our firm to help you in any way we can, and here we have provided helpful legal resources to help you better understand your case before you meet with us. We can elaborate further on any of this information or the frequently asked questions above when you come for your free, no-obligation initial consultation.
- The Florida Bar Associatio
- The American Association of Justice
- Palm Beach County Government
- Delray Beach City
- Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce
- Local news: The Palm Beach Post
- Legal terms dictionary
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