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Summer Storms In Port Charlotte Bring More Rain... And More Auto Accidents

Emergency vehicle responding to motorcycle crashPort Charlotte gets an average of 52 inches of rain per year. The United States average is 37 inches per year. A large percentage of the rain that Port Charlotte gets occurs during the summer months when you can almost set your clock by the thunder of oncoming afternoon thunderstorms. In June, Port Charlotte gets an average of 8.1 inches of rain. This city gets an average of 7.3 inches of rain in July. In August, Port Charlotte gets 7.9 inches of rain. In September, this city receives an average of 6.5 inches of rain.

While Florida needs these heavy rains to make for dry winters, these storms can greatly increase the risk of an auto accident. It is estimated that 23 percent of the car accidents that occur each year are weather-related. Additionally, Port Charlotte has had a history of hurricanes.

Hurricane Charley, which hit the city in August 2004, resulted in serious damage to the city. Meteorologists predicted that the hurricane would be a Category 2. However, the hurricane turned out to be a Category 4. The storm reached a speed of 145 miles per hour.

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Why Will The Insurance Company Deny Valid Claims

Why Will The Insurance Company Deny Valid ClaimsIt is important for motor vehicle drivers to know that insurance companies will want to look out for their best monetary interest as well, and it’s important to realize that insurance companies may deny valid claims or offer low settlement amounts in an effort to save from paying more or at all. If you’ve been in an accident, and you have what you believe is a valid claim, you may still find that you have trouble collecting the settlement you need in order to recover and move on with your life.

At All Injuries Law Firm, we want to make it easier for our clients to understand just what they may be able to expect when collecting a claim from an insurance provider, and how they can fight to receive the settlement they deserve. With the assistance of an attorney, you may be able to negotiate a higher settlement to cover your injuries and missed work, and it can help you to understand the claim process much better as well.

PIP And No Fault

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Port Charlotte’s Summer Storms Bring More Accidents Along With All That Rain

Port Charlotte’s Summer Storms Bring More Accidents Along With All That RainThe summer storms hitting the Port Charlotte area have brought quite a few automobile accidents along with all that rain. This is not an uncommon occurrence, and those in the Florida region know that bad weather will often come with treacherous driving conditions. As the summer rolls on, there will be more storms on the way, and it’s important to keep in mind how you can protect yourself from the pain of having to deal with all that comes along with a motor vehicle accident later on.

Florida No Fault Insurance Laws

In the state of Florida, no fault insurance laws are observed, and this means that in cases of minor accidents, a driver’s own insurance policy will cover their medical expenses and missed work wages. With vehicle accidents, there are all types of injuries a person may find themselves suffering from, and even injuries considered minor can mean a great deal when it comes to medical costs.

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Can I Still Be Compensated If I Was Hit By An Uninsured Motorist?

Can I Still Be Compensated If I Was Hit By An Uninsured Motorist?If you’ve been hit by an uninsured motorist either in a hit and run accident or an accident where the other driver acknowledges the occurrence, you can still be compensated. In the state of Florida, no fault insurance laws and Uninsured Motorist insurance policies allow motorists to still get compensation if they have been in an accident with a motorist without insurance. One recent study found that up to 20% of Florida drivers currently drive or have driven recently without insurance, so it’s important to know what you can do to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.

Uninsured motorist insurance is a part of an insurance policy that Florida insurers are required to offer to all of their clients. In fact, if a person decides to opt out of this type of insurance, they are also required to sign a form stating that they have opted out by choice to be insured against an uninsured driver. What makes this type of insurance so... full post