Florida Insurance Bad Faith Law – Here We Go Again!

Bad Faith reform is again a goal of the insurance industry during this session of the Florida Legislature.   To understand the purpose of Florida “Bad Faith” insurance laws, I will start with a basic primer. Florida Statutes, in §624.155, prohibits an insurer from “not attempting in good faith to settle claims when, under all the… 
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Auto Accident? How Quickly Should You Call a Lawyer?

We have all seen that a very high percentage of Florida automobile accident attorney commercials include a call of action:  “Call us NOW if you’ve been injured in an accident!”  Of course, much of what precedes the call of action includes declarations that do little to set that law firm apart from other firms.  Examples… 
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Jury: Nissan Dangerous Product Injured Plaintiff

Last week, a New Jersey jury ordered Nissan Motor Company to pay $4.2 Million Dollars to a man seriously injured when a tire fell off a truck in front of him, and then struck the roof of his Nissan Altima.  Although the accident occurred in 2006, the article fails to state the model year of… 
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