“After a rear ended collision, Gene Zeeben and his staff were kind and helpful to settle the case and direct me to good care after a very poor and uncomfortable experience with orthopaedics group here in Stuart.”
Rideshare Accident, Bicycle Accidents, Diminished Value Claim
“Answered every call and text messages, and does everything the right way… I can't explain ho much of a difference she's been over the last lawyer I had for a previous wreck!”
Q: Who pays my medical bills if I don't have health insurance?
If you're injured in an accident, the responsible party's insurance company should pay your medical bills. However, in the state of Florida, regardless of whether or not you have health insurance, you may be able to use your personal injury protection (PIP) coverage to pay for your medical expenses. PIP is a type of no-fault insurance that is required in some states. It will typically cover a certain amount of your medical bills, no matter who was at fault for the accident.
Q: What if the other driver doesn't have insurance?
If you're involved in an accident with a driver who doesn't have insurance, you may still be able to recover compensation. This is because Florida is a no-fault state, which means that each driver's insurance company will pay for their own policyholder's damages, up to a certain limit. If you have been involved in an accident with an uninsured driver, contact The Sheldrick Law Firm for help.
Q: What if the other driver was underinsured?
If you're involved in an accident with an underinsured driver, you may still be able to recover compensation. This is because, in the state of Florida, each driver is required to carry a certain amount of liability insurance. If the other driver doesn't have enough insurance to cover your damages, you may be able to file a claim with your own uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. If you're not sure what to do, contact The Sheldrick Law Firm for help.
Q: Do you handle car accidents that resulted in property damage?
Yes, we will work with you to get your car repaired or replaced and to get compensated for any other property damage you have suffered, such as loss of use, diminished value, damage to your home, and many other personal belongings.
Q: What is the average price of a diminished value claim in Florida?
The average price of a diminished value claim in Florida is typically several thousand dollars. The amount will vary depending on a few factors such as the specific car make, model, year, trim, and the extent of the Diminished Value.
You'll find more information on the FAQ page of our website.
Slip & Falls, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Serious & Catastrophic Injuries
“The Grife Law Firm was the first office I called after reviewing several firms online and I couldn't be happier with my decision to reach out to them.”
It is an honor to have your trust in our abilities to take phenomenal care of you, your families, and friends. On behalf of all of us here at The Grife Law Firm, we truly wish you a joyous and blessed Christmas holiday.