Personal Counsel

Will My Credit Score Impact my Car Insurance Rates?

Car insurance is a critical asset. This safeguard covers most, if not all financial expenses associated with automobile accidents. That said, this peace of mind costs money and several factors could determine the rates a driver will have to shell out to secure this important benefit. A firm of West Palm Beach accident attorneys called Personal Injury of Florida asks motorists residing in this municipality to read the following blog answering the question how a driver’s credit score will impact their insurance rates. Relationship Between Credit.. [Read More…]

Trouble Paying Your Medical Bills? What To Do Next

When you fall ill or suffer injuries due to the negligence or carelessness of others, you will almost always have medical bills that can quickly escalate into thousands of dollars. As a result, you may find yourself having difficulty making your medical payments, making an already difficult situation much more stressful. Rather than simply sit back and allow others to harass you with collection notices and threats of foreclosure or other issues, it is imperative you take steps to gain maximum compensation for your injuries. To.. [Read More…]

What To Look For When Hiring a Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle or slip and fall accident, your first call should be to one of the top Palm Beach Garden injury attorneys such as Personal Injury of Florida. Keep in mind that all attorneys are not created equally, and, with that in mind, here are the top 3 things to look for when hiring a personal injury attorney: Trial Experience A personal injury attorney should be ready, willing, and able to take your case to trial if need be… [Read More…]

You Have Full Coverage But Are You Fully Covered?

Many times, I will meet with a prospective client who claims to have “full coverage” with their insurance company only to find they are severely underinsured.  The discrepancy lies in what an insurance agent and/or insurance company labels “full coverage.” In Florida, the state minimum insurance coverage is only the $10,000.00 PIP benefits and $10,000.00 in property damage. The PIP benefits typically referred to as “No-Fault” benefits, will pay your medical bills regardless of fault.  The $10,000.00 in property damage will pay for the damage you.. [Read More…]