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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Are you or a loved one injured in an accident? Our attorneys can help. We care and we fight hard to hold negligent parties accountable and get your life back. Let us show you what we can do for you.

¿Usted o un ser querido ha sufrido lesiones en un accidente? Nuestros abogados pueden ayudarle. Nos preocupamos y luchamos duro para responsabilizar a las partes negligentes y recuperar su vida. Permítanos mostrarle lo que podemos hacer por usted.

An Experienced Personal Injury and Accident Lawyer with Proven Results

Un Abogado con Experiencia en Lesiones Personales y Accidentes con Resultados Comprobados

Yes, even if you don't initially feel pain, it is always best to contact a lawyer. Here at Coleman Law Group, we can set you up with a FREE consultation so you can have all your questions answered. You have not financial obligation at this time because we only get paid if your auto accident case receives a settlement.

Even the safest drivers can have accidents. At the scene of an accident, you'll likely take a few key steps, calling the police and exchanging information with any other drivers involved, etc.

When it's time to file a car insurance claim, it's helpful to know what information you need to provide and to understand how your auto insurance coverage works. Do NOT file your insurance claim until AFTER you have spoken to a car accident lawyer.

Every insurance company handles its claims a bit differently, but many of the steps are similar, expect the insurance company to ask coverage specific questions, possibly ask for a prerecorded statement, and primarily try to protect their client, and not represent your interests.

If you have been hurt, you will need to schedule a visit to a Doctor or Chiropractor. Don’t wait, there are critical time elements involved.

Uninsured motorist (UM) accidents happen a lot and can ruin a PIP (personal injury protection) case if you don't have the right insurance. Without Uninsured motorist coverage on your insurance policy, there may be no insurance company to cover the damage, and any vehicle damage could end up as an out of pocket expense for the victim. It’s always a good idea to check if you have the necessary coverage before anything happens.

YES. A police report is very necessary as it is reported evidence that an incident actually happened. Many insurance companies require a police report to even start a claim.

The numbers 10/20/10 on your car insurance policy represents the monetary limits on your liability coverage. The first number, 10, stands for $10,000. This is your maximum coverage for bodily injury liability for one person injured in one accident or incident.

The second number, 20, stands for $20,000. This is your maximum coverage for bodily injury liability for all persons injured in one accident. The third number, 10, stands for $10,000. This is your maximum coverage for property damage liability in an accident that you caused. This is a very basic, affordable coverage. Making it very common, it is however not the best available insurance.  There are higher policy limits that may give you more protection for all future accidents.

This will depend on the Homeowner’s insurance for the home in which the injury took place. Since most homes have Homeowner’s Insurance policies that cover against these sorts of accidents, it is more likely than not you will be able to go through the insurance company.

In a slip and fall case, the victim must prove that the property owner was either negligent in allowing dangerous conditions or themselves caused dangerous conditions that resulted in your injury. 

Always speak to your personal injury lawyer before proceeding with any insurance claims. If you need a 100% free case evaluation, please don’t hesitate to ask. Click HERE to get your questions answered.  We are here for you.

In the immediate aftermath of a car accident the most important thing is to make sure you are safe! Once you have secured safety, it is crucial you call the police, take pictures of all cars that are damaged, and exchange information with the other driver(s). 

Simply put, a no-fault state means that drivers are responsible for the damage to their vehicles and their own medical bills. This does not mean an injured driver cannot sue the at-fault party. Contact us if you have question on a personal situation. We are more than happy to talk with you.

Special regulations exist for commercial, semi-truck, vehicles in Florida.  The Office of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) is the Governor’s designated lead agency responsible for commercial vehicle operations in Florida. Their website contains valuable information and can be found by clicking on this link:

Motorcycles are perceived as dangerous and often stereotypes are placed on the drivers when motorcycle drivers are just as careful as other drivers on the road. However, injuries sustained on a motorcycle are often dire and may even result in death. Therefore, a prompt investigation of your motorcycle accident needs to happen quickly to preserve valuable case evidence. At the Coleman Law Group, we are motorcycle accident lawyers who understands the nuances of this legal niche and we will fight to get you the most compensation for your motorcycle injuries.

First, seek medical help. The chance for dire injuries to occur in this type of collision is large. Be thoroughly evaluated by a medical professional. If able, call the police and file a report.  Don’t fill out an insurance claim without first talking with your lawyer to go over the details of the accident, discuss who is at fault, and deal with any questions you may have.

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