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Many questions can run through your mind when you’ve been injured in an accident. We’ve taken some of the top questions that we are frequently asked by our clients and answered them in a series of videos below. If you have other questions not listed here, please visit our YouTube channel or contact our office directly.

Bright Future, Julie Aleve Fine — Fine, Farkash, and Parlapiano, P.A.
Attorney Julie Fine's courtroom experience as an award-winning prosecutor provides an edge to all of our clients. Julie uses her litigation skills to help demand justice for accident victims.
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What if the driver who hit me in Florida was drinking?
This will probably strengthen your case. The other driver may face criminal charges as well as the civil case. You also may be awarded punitive damages.
Will I need expert witnesses for my Florida wrongful death case?
This depends on the details of your case. An experienced attorney will be able to explain what evidence you need and what type of expert witness could help with your case.
Will I need expert witnesses for my Florida product liability case?
You will likely need expert witnesses to show the product that hurt you was negligently designed or manufactured. An attorney can help you find the right experts to support your case.
Will I have to go to court because of my car accident?
Although many cases can be resolved out of court with a settlement, some do end up going to trial. Whether you have to go to court will depend on the specifics of your case.
Why do I need an attorney when it is clear that the car driver is liable for my Florida motorcycle accident?
Even if it’s clear who is at fault, the value of the claim is still contested. A lawyer will work to negotiate the full compensation you deserve.
Why are truck accidents more serious than car accidents?
Trucks are bigger, heavier, and more difficult to maneuver. When they collide with smaller vehicles, the sheer force can cause more serious injuries.
Who will pay for my medical bills after I am injured in a Florida pedestrian accident?
Your own personal injury protection coverage will pay for a portion of your medical bills. You may also be able to claim compensation from the driver who hit you.
Who pays if my motorcycle is damaged?
If the other driver is at fault, his or her insurance company should pay.
Who pays for my neck injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident?
The negligent driver’s insurance company should pay for any permanent neck injuries. Your insurance’s personal injury protection (PIP) can also cover medical treatment.
Who pays for my injuries if I am injured in a Florida car accident?
Under Florida’s no-fault law, your auto insurance covers a portion of your medical bills and lost wages up to $10,000. Once you hit that limit, your health insurance or the at-fault driver’s insurance could be tapped to pay for medical expenses.
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