An insurance company "denial" is usually based on no coverage for the at-fault driver (such as lapsed policy for unpaid premiums) or no liability (where they claim their insured was not at-fault). Complete denials are rarely based on the amount of damages. The damages include physical injury, pain and suffering, disability or impairment and mental anguish related to physical injuries. Damages also includes ecomonic losses in the amount of loss, but no mental anguish for purely property...
Most medical malpractice lawyers will at least consider taking a dental malpractice case (depending on the nature of the malpractice and the extent of the injury). Many personal injury lawyers will also consider dental malpractice cases. Most malpractice lawyers and most personal injury lawyers take cases on a contingency fee basis.
Yes, a repossessor in Florida is allowed to repossess a vehicle in a situation where no breach of the peace will occur. Where someone is protesting the repossession, the repossessor is supposed to discontinue and call the police for assistance. The circumstances you describe are clearly beyond the allowable boundaries for reposessors. You should consult with a qualified personal injury attorney right away.
Because the collision occurred in Florida, Florida law will apply to the case. Also, if a lawsuit is required it will have to be filed in the county in Florida. It would be best to retain a Florida lawyer. The time limit for filing suit on a Florida automobile collision is four years from the date of the collision.
Your question does not indicate what caused you to slip and fall. If Wal-Mart was negligent there are doctors in Tallahassee who will treat injuries on a medical lien, without you're having to pay upfront. Ask your attorney about helping to locate such a doctor.
If your friend had homeowners or renters inurance, the liability portion of the coverage will apply if there is no exclusion for dogs or animals. You should contact a persoal injury lawyer right away for advice. The applicable statute of limitations in Florida is 4 years from the date of the attack.