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Information About Florida Car Insurance CompaniesYou have no control over the insurance company of the person that hits you in your accident but you do have control over where you purchase your insurance. The bottom line on your insurance premium should not be the only factor driving your choice. I provide information regarding different insurance companies and my experience in dealing with whatever specific company you employ.
If you have any questions about a Florida personal injury claim, give me a call at 352-267-9168.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Personal Injury Protection or PIP?
Personal Injury Protection, or PIP, is a type of no-fault insurance required of all drivers in the state of Florida. What Types of Accidents Are Covered by Florida PIP?
What are the differences between Economic vs. Non-Economic Damages in Florida?
Economic damage refers to tangible expenses after an accident and includes medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage.
Damages for non-economic losses can be recovered in a lawsuit outside of the no-fault PIP system. These damages may include pain and suffering, emotional distress, permanent scarring or disfigurement, and loss of the enjoyment of life. Learn more.
Can I settle my property damage claim before my personal injury claim?
Yes. Car accident claims have two components: (1) property damage; and (2) personal or bodily injury. Learn more.
Will the insurance company spy on me with video surveillance?
Yes. Insurance companies will sometimes use video surveillance in order to discredit people who claim to be injured in an accident. Video surveillance happens much more often than we think. Learn more.
How can I find an experienced, Florida Board Certified Attorney to handle my case?
Here is where you want to go to find a Board Certified Attorney.
Guy S. DiMartino, DC, JD
I am called to serve. For the last 30 years, it has been my privilege to serve people as their pastor, chiropractic physician, and lawyer. The current focus of my legal practice and life’s passion is helping good folks who find themselves in the middle of a legal storm. This includes folks who have been seriously injured, had their civil rights violated, or involved in a probate dispute.
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As a doctor of chiropractic medicine and a lawyer, I have a unique ability to truly understand your injury and apply my healthcare knowledge to the complexities of automobile accident law. My main focus in representing you if you are injured in Central Florida car accident is to help you get back the quality of life you enjoyed before your car accident. I will work hard to you get the compensation that you deserve for your injuries, which may include money for your medical expenses, lost wages, loss of the ability to earn money in the future, pain, suffering, and the loss of the quality of life that you once enjoyed.
Our Constitution guarantees you and I have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Prisoners’ have some constitutional rights. The Eighth Amendment of the Constitution applies to inmates in Prison and an inmate is to be free from “cruel and unusual punishment.” For folks who are housed in Jails, the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution provides the same protections.
I represent inmates or their families in civil lawsuits arising out of confinement. These cases include:
- Deliberate Indifference to a Serious Medical Need
- Excessive Force
- Wrongful Death
Probate & Trust Litigation
You feel like you were punched in the gut. Your family member recently passed away and you just learned that you were written out of the will or your share of the Estate is severely diminished. Things don’t seem right because you had a different understanding based on your loved one’s statements over the years. You think you want to contest the will but how do you go about contesting a Florida will.