Stacked vs. Unstacked Car Insurance in Florida

By |2016-07-19T11:28:43-07:00February 26th, 2016|Auto Accidents, car insurance, insurance coverage, Personal Injury|

On average, approximately 12.5 percent of drivers on U.S. roads are uninsured. If you are in Florida, however, the number almost doubles to 23 percent, according to the Insurance Research Council. That translates to a total of 3.2 million uninsured drivers on Florida roads. UM, uninsured motorist insurance, and UIM coverage, or underinsured motorist insurance,

Is Uninsured Motorist Coverage Really Necessary in Florida?

By |2016-07-19T11:28:37-07:00February 12th, 2016|Auto Accidents, car insurance, insurance coverage, Personal Injury|

Studies by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) show that one in every eight drivers in the United States who is involved in an auto accident is either underinsured or not insured at all. Not surprisingly, Florida is one of the states in the nation with the highest uninsured driving population boasting almost 24 percent of

Florida Has One of the Highest Percentages of Uninsured Drivers

By |2016-07-19T11:28:39-07:00March 5th, 2015|Auto Accidents, car insurance, General, insurance coverage, Personal Injury|

Nearly every state in the United States requires car drivers to obtain car insurance. Despite laws requiring insurance, however, it should come as no surprise that many millions of drivers still do not obtain insurance. Either they are unable to pay for car insurance or they simply refuse. According to a recent report from the

A Primer On Florida’s Unfair Car Insurance Trade Practice Laws

By |2016-07-19T11:40:59-07:00October 25th, 2014|Auto Accidents, car insurance, General, insurance coverage|

In September, we were proud to present our Free Guide to Car Insurance Coverage in Florida, in which we outlined the different types of coverage available to motorists in the Sunshine State. We wanted to offer this guide because car insurance coverage terms and policies are notoriously verbose and can be confusing to read and