Bus Accidents

Bus Accidents

Those who have been in an accident involving a bus are often severely injured.   A bus accident can happen due to the negligence of the bus driver and faulty operation of the bus.  Those who are injured on the bus often suffer injuries due to the lack of safety belts while sitting, and the force…

Electric Scooter Accidents

Electric Scooter Accidents

You have probably seen the tremendous growth of electric scooters in Florida cities such as Fort Lauderdale. These electric scooters serve as cheap and easy way to get around town. Unfortunately, these scooters have caused injuries and deaths when the rider is hit by a motor vehicle. Most recently, Youtube sensation, Emily Hartridge, died at…

Medical Bills From A Car Accident

Medical Bills From A Car Accident

Any medical bills that you accrue from treatment related to a car accident are paid by your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage. PIP insurance may pay up to $10,000.00 of medical bills if you have an emergency medical condition. Your insurance company may pay up to $2500.00 of medical bills if your doctor did not…

Diminished Value Claims in Florida

Diminished Value Claims in Florida

A car that has been in an accident is worth less solely because it has been damaged even if the car gets repaired.  This is because when given a choice, a prospective buyer will pay less for the damaged vehicle then for an identical vehicle that has not been damaged in an accident.  The law…

Burglary Attorneys Delray Beach and Broward County

All burglaries are felonies and are considered very serious crimes. Contact Bottari & Doyle Law Firm in Delray Beach County at 561-588-2781. Definition of Burglary Florida law classifies burglary into three separate crimes, depending on where the burglary occurred. The three kinds of burglary are: burglary of a conveyance, structure and dwelling. Florida Statute 810.02…

Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Uninsured and Uninsured Motorist Coverage is a type of insurance coverage purchased through automobile insurance carriers.  Also abbreviated as UM, this insurance protects you and other passengers from those who do not carry bodily injury liability insurance.  It also protects you and other passengers if the at-fault driver did not carry enough bodily injury liability…

Soft Tissue Injuries in Car Accidents

Soft Tissue Injuries in Car Accidents

The most common injuries that we see from car accidents are soft tissue injuries. Soft tissue injuries include damage to tendons, ligaments and muscles.  These injuries are usually caused by strains, sprains and bruising.  Very often, we see clients who have suffered herniated discs from the trauma caused by the vehicle accident.  Herniated discs occur…

Insurance Adjusters

Insurance Adjusters

Insurance adjusters evaluate insurance claims to assess how much a claim is worth. Insurance adjusters who handle personal injury claims will review the injured person’s medical records, injuries, out of pocket expenses and lost wages to assign a numerical range to the settlement value of a case. If the injured person is represented by an…

Property Damage Liability In Florida

Property Damage Liability In Florida

Property Damage insurance pays to fix a vehicle damaged by the at-fault driver.  Florida law requires vehicle owners to purchase a minimum of $10,000 of property damage insurance.  Failure to keep insurance may result in the vehicle owner’s license being suspended.  Additionally, in Florida, the property damage insurer may declare the damaged vehicle a total…