Category Archives:property damage

Was I injured in an Auto Collision?

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Personal Injury Attorney Renee Dial

Personal Injury Attorney Renee Dial

By: Renee Dial

Was I injured in a crash? I was watching the Tonight Show and Jimmy Fallon mentioned the collision between the beer truck and the Frito Lay truck.  A quick search of the internet and multiple websites and this collision was news gold! “Beer Truck Collides with Chip Truck, Making Frat Boy Dreams Come True”.  To place everyone at ease these reporters always mention that no one was injured.  My train of thought, as a personal injury attorney, is always what do they mean by “not injured.”

What do most people consider an injury “at the scene”? This is an easy question for me to answer but not so easy for many others.  It seems, that their definition is that you are not injured in a crash if you do not have broken bones extruding through the skin or that you were not incapacitated at the scene. Click Here to Read More.

What Is Strict Liability Anyway?

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Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

What Is Strict Liability Anyway?

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

When it comes to torts, negligence might be one of the first things you think about. A very simple and rough idea of what negligence is could be whether someone did something he should not have done with the result that someone else was injured or her property was damaged. Once in a while, though, you might hear the words “strict liability” when someone has been injured. Click on the title above to read more.

How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car? Part II

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Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

Personal Injury Lawyer Jeff Nuckols

How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car? Part II

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

You’ve been in a car crash and your car needs repair. How do you pay for the repairs that your car needs? Let’s assume that your car is not so badly damaged that it is a total loss and repairs are not in its future. There may be more than one way to pay for those repairs depending on the circumstances of the car crash and the different insurance coverage that may be available. Click the title above to read more.

How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car?

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How Do I Pay For Crash Damage To My Car?

By Jeffrey R. Nuckols, Esq.

You’ve been in a car crash and your car needs repair. How do you pay for the repairs that your car needs? Let’s assume that your car is not so badly damaged that it is a total loss and repairs are not in its future. There may be more than one way to pay for those repairs depending on the circumstances of the car crash and the different insurance coverage that may be available. Click the title to read more.

If a Stolen Car Hits You Who is Responsible?

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Personal Injury Attorney Renee Dial

Personal Injury Attorney Renee Dial

If a stolen car hits you who is responsible?

By: Renee Dial

Auto insurance is one of those things that we never think about until we need it.  Recently a car was stolen after a home invasion and the occupants fled after a 130mph chase in Melbourne, Florida near Pineda Causeway.  WFTV.com. Who would pay for your property damage and medical bills if you were involved in an accident with this vehicle? Click here to read more.

WHAT IS FULL COVERAGE IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT?

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3Have you been injured in an auto, motorcycle, or bicycle accident and need to know what your coverage means?  What is full coverage?

By: Renee L. Dial, Esq.

We all have heard someone state that they have full coverage when asked about their automobile insurance policy.  What exactly is full coverage?  I can honestly say I have no idea.  I know what coverage my clients need to protect themselves.

HOW DO I GET THE MOST OUT OF MY PROPERTY DAMAGE CLAIM?

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RLDCalculating property damage and how to get the proper valuation of your claim should be easy.

By: Renee L. Dial, Esquire

In the past and for the most part today insurance companies will evaluate your property damage claim fairly after an auto accident.  In a prior article I discussed who should pay for your property damage claim.