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David H. Burns

David Burns’s Legal Guides

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  • Evidence For Your Auto Accident Claim

    You and your lawyer will want to gather documentary evidence, such as traffic accident reports, photographs of the scene and vehicles, vehicle repair estimates and bills, medical records, medical bills, diagnostic test results, photographs of bruises, scars or other visible injur...

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  • What to do when you are released from emergency room

    Obtain a copy of the police accident report You should obtain a copy of the complete police accident report (not just the driver's exchange information page) as soon as it is completed. Check the re

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  • Florida No-Fault (PIP) Benefits Guide

    Request a No-Fault Benefits Application Form if you are injured in a car accident Ask your insurance adjuster to send you a no-fault benefits application form consisting of an Accident Report form, a

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  • Why you need uninsured motorist coverage

    Determine if you have uninsured motorist coverage Review your automobile insurance declarations page to make sure you have uninsured motorist coverage in an amount equal to your bodily injury liabili

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  • What to do at the scene if you are in a car accident?

    Reporting the accident Call 911 and report the accident. If you are severely injured, ask someone at the scene to do so. Stay at the scene until a police officer arrives. Make a full report of the

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