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Personal Injury/Premises Liability

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Personal Injury/Premises Liability

All too often people are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Whether your injury stems from an auto accident, a slip and fall, dog bite, or even falling ceilings, you may have a claim against the at-fault party. Even if your injury happened while on the job you may have a claim against a third party, that is not the employer or another employee, even if you are receiving workers’ compensation benefits.

Personal Injury and Premises Liability claims generally do not begin with a lawsuit.  Our goal at Integrity law is to get you compensation sometimes without litigation. Compensation includes not only payment for past lost wages and for medical expenses incurred, but also for pain and suffering and future expenses.

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence you should immediately see a physician or you may lose PIP coverage under your own policy.

Every driver in Florida must have PIP insurance in the amount of $10,000.00.  Like health insurance PIP insurance will generally pay 80% of your medical bills up to $10,000.00.  If at all possible use your PIP insurance in lieu of your medical insurance at the onset of treatment with a physician.

At Integrity Law, we work with many physicians that will take PIP insurance and will also continue to treat you once your $10,000.00 of PIP insurance has been satisfied.

During the course of your treatment we will obtain insurance information from the at-fault party (BI insurance) as well as determine if you have additional insurance under your own policy (UM insurance).

Rest assured that throughout this process we are here every step of the way to answer your questions and concerns.

If you think you might have a claim against another person for injuries you have sustained, please call us for a free case consultation. If we’re your attorneys, there is no fee unless you are compensated for your injuries.

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