1. Do you have enough insurance?

Yeah, we know it’s no fun paying for insurance. But the state of Florida requires at least what they set as a minimum amount of coverage. If you don’t have any insurance, not only are you breaking the law, but you’re also putting yourself and your family in a real financial danger zone. The saying “Pay me know or pay me later” most definitely applies here. After an accident happens, it’s too late to buy the coverage you wish you had. And the state’s minimum is just that—minimal coverage. It’s better than nothing, but not the best

2. Do you have the right insurance?

Buying insurance is tricky business, and selling insurance is not our business. In fact, we’re the pro’s fighting against insurance companies. While an insurance salesman might try to sell you what he wants you to buy because it pays well for him, we want you to buy what will work best for you when an accident happens. Ask about UM coverage and how you can add it to your policy. It covers you and your passengers if the other driver is uninsured or underinsured and increases your overall protection significantly. Have more questions? Give us a call and ask a lawyer.

3. What are the laws in Florida regarding who’s at fault in an accident and who has to pay?

Don’t know the answer? Don’t worry about it. That’s what we’re here for. Just call The Ruth Law Team and let us handle all the details. We know the law, and we know how to protect your rights.

4. Who’s your friend after an accident?

It’s important to know this before because after an accident, not understanding who’s on your side can be a disastrous mistake that could cost you, big time. Here’s a clue as to who’s not your friend: the insurance company–whether your own or the other driver’s. Insurance companies are in business to make money, and sharing their profits with you is the last thing they want to do. In fact, their adjustors are trained to get folks to close the deal on as small a payout as possible. And this is true even when it’s your insurance company and the accident wasn’t your fault. Who’s your friend? Think GetJustice.com and call The Ruth Law Team. We can be the best friend you’ll ever have when it comes to dealing with the insurance companies, helping you get the medical care you need and securing  the financial compensation you deserve.

5. Be prepared in case the unexpected (and unwanted) happens:

Put our phone number in your contacts under My Attorney—1-888-783-8378 because we know accidents don’t necessarily happen during normal business hours, we’ll take your call 24/7, and an attorney will be ready to immediately answer your questions and give you the help you need.