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Florida law, you have four (4) years to file your personal injury case based on negligence.  However, for malpractice cases, you have only two (2) years in Florida.  In Puerto Rico, you have one (1) year to file your personal injury case based on negligence.  This is commonly referred to as the Statute of Limitations. For further clarification about your legal rights with regards to personal injury law, please feel free to contact us and one of our personal injury attorneys in Miami will be happy to help you. 

If you are in an auto accident, under Florida law, you may be entitled to up to $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.  Depending on the facts of your case, you may also be entitled to additional benefits based on uninsured motorist coverage or third party liability recovery. For further clarification about your legal rights with regards to personal injury law, please feel free to contact us and one of our personal injury attorneys in Miami will be happy to help you. 

Yes, under Florida law, you have only fourteen (14) days to seek treatment in order to preserve your entitlement to personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.  However, after the fourteen day period, you still may be able to recover from uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage or third party liability recovery. For further clarification about your legal rights with regards to personal injury law, please feel free to contact us and one of our personal injury attorneys in Miami will be happy to help you. 

First thing you should do is obtain treatment immediately for your injuries and call 911.  If possible, photographs of the accident scene and contact information for any witnesses are useful. For further clarification about your legal rights with regards to personal injury law, please feel free to contact us and one of our personal injury attorneys in Miami will be happy to help you. 

You should not speak with any insurance representatives, lawyers or any other person without first obtaining your own lawyer to represent you.  The main purpose an insurance company has for contacting you is to limit liability and to avoid paying claims.  If you speak with an insurance representative, you are at risk of making a statement that can be used against you in the future.  Our law office in Miami provides a free consultation for anyone that has been involved in a personal injury.  We handle Puerto Rico and Florida personal injury cases on a contingency basis meaning that we do not get paid unless there is a recovery. For further clarification about your legal rights with regards to personal injury law, please feel free to contact us and one of our personal injury attorneys in Miami will be happy to help you. 

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