Matthew A. Dolman

Is Coverage for Serious Injuries Available Through PIP Insurance?

Some car accident victims may break a bone or sprain the soft tissue in their neck – injuries that do result in medical expenses but that can heal with treatment and are not particularly serious. Most people have personal injury […]

Matthew A. Dolman

Seeking Lost Income from PIP Insurance

While much attention has been focused on financial recovery for medical expenses through PIP insurance in Florida, it is important to know that PIP insurance also can cover additional losses from a car accident – specifically, lost income. Many people […]

Matthew A. Dolman

How PIP Independent Medical Evaluations Can Affect Your Claim

If you believe you have sustained injuries in a car accident, chances are you will choose to go to a hospital or doctor that is familiar to you or that you prefer. It should seem natural that you seek a […]

Randy Appleton

8 Hurt in School Bus Crash in Virginia Beach

Several students are recovering in Virginia Beach after a car hit their school bus on June 13. The bus accident happened at 3:40 PM at Jericho and N. Witchduck roads. A witness to the accident in Virginia Beach stated that […]

Bryan Pope

Legislation to End Vehicle Inspections in Texas Stalls Out

Texas is currently one of only 15 states that still require safety inspections for vehicles, but Senate Bill 1588 would have eliminated that process, saving drivers valuable time as well as $7 per vehicle per year. The bill was sponsored […]

Matthew A. Dolman

The Role of Medical Records in the PIP Process

When you call your personal injury protection (PIP) insurance company to make a claim for a car accident injury, your insurance adjuster is almost certainly going to request copies of all of your medical bills and medical records related to […]

Mike Bryant

Adjusters and Offers

When an insurance adjuster makes an offer to you when you don’t have a lawyer, ask yourself how they came up with that number. You think they are paying more than they normally would? You think they are taking into consideration […]

Matthew A. Dolman

Proving the Value of a Florida PIP Claim

As we have discussed previously, drivers in Florida should all have at least $10,000 in personal injury protection (PIP) coverage under the law. This policy is meant to cover medical bills and lost income incurred by injured auto accident victims. […]

Melanie J. VanOverloop

Opioid Epidemic Leads to Increase in Trucking Accidents

Opioids are a class of highly addictive substances which are often prescribed for pain relief.  An individual taking an opioid can have slower reaction times, reduced coordination, blurred vision and drowsiness – all side effects that can impair a person’s ability […]

Joel Feldman

Distracted Driving Lawsuits in Pennsylvania and Beyond: Saving Lives by Using What We Have Learned as Trial Lawyers

Distracted driving has rightly been called an “epidemic.” And distracted driving statistics support claims that this epidemic is getting worse. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2015, distracted driving-related fatalities increased in the U.S. at a […]