FAQs

Personal Injury

- Are dog bites covered by homeowners insurance in Florida?

- How long do I have to file an animal or dog bite case?

- Are there limits on damages in accident cases?

- I was a passenger in a boating accident and was injured. Who is responsible for these injuries?

- I was a passenger in a car that was involved in an accident. Does the driver's insurance cover my injuries?

- What are my rights as an accident victim?

- What compensation can I receive in the event of a bicycle accident?

- Who can I sue for injuries that I sustained in an accident?

- Do bicyclists have the right of way automatically?

- What are my rights and responsibilities as a bicyclist in my state?

- What is the three foot rule for bicyclists?

- Can a brain injury occur if a victim does not lose consciousness?

- Can the severity of a brain injury be measured?

- What are the main classifications of a traumatic brain injury?

- What compensation am I eligible for if I have been injured?

- What kinds of damages are available in a brain injury case?

- Are higher damages awarded in a catastrophic injury case?

- How long do I have to file a catastrophic injury case?

- What is a personal injury case?

- If I am involved in an accident, what should I do?

- When the insurance adjuster calls me should I speak to them?

- Who pays my medical bills and my lost wages?

- Who pays the rest of my losses?

- How do I know what type of doctor to see for my injuries?

- How much is my case worth?

- How do I pay my attorney?

Auto Accident

- If I am involved in a car accident, what should I do?

- When the insurance adjuster calls me should I speak to them?

- Who pays my medical bills and my lost wages?

- How much does my insurance pay?

- Who pays the rest of my losses?

- If I have health insurance will it pay my medical bills in addition to my auto insurance?

- What if I have Medicare or Medicaid?

- How do I know what type of doctor to see for my injuries?

- What if the other driver doesn’t have insurance?

- What insurance coverage do I need to have on my car?

- What is “stacking” for Uninsured Motorist coverage and do I need it?

- How much is my case worth?

- How do I pay my attorney?

Workers Compensation

- How can I find out who is the insurance company for my employer?

- If my employer won’t report my injury to the insurance company, what do, I do?

- Do I have to give the insurance company a recorded statement?

- Do I have to give the insurance company my Social Security number?

- What are my rights and benefits?

- Can I get paid for my pain and suffering and my inability to do those things I love to do, like fishing, hunting, bowling, etc.?

- Can I get paid mileage for going to and from doctors?

- Do I have the right to pick my own doctor to treat me?

- Will my employer have to hold my job open for me until I am able to return to work?

- Can I settle my case?

- How much is my case worth?

- What does it cost me to hire an attorney?

- What happens if I can’t go back to my old line of work?

- How do I decide on which attorney to hire?

Testimonials

Tom represented me for an automobile accident. He helped me get to the right specialists for medical care. I was getting no where with the insurance company regarding the damages to my car or myself. Once Tom started representing me, the ball started rolling. He was able to get me the medical care I needed, reimbursement for my automobile, and my lost wages were paid. He was always available to take my calls. I would highly recommend him.

Mark

Attorneys you can trust. My daughter was in an automobile accident several months ago. She was really hurt and being only 19 really didn’t know how to take up for herself with regards to the other persons insurance company. They continued to call her and pressure her to accept their offer. Having known Glen Wieland for some time, I recommended that she contact his firm. What good advice that has turned out to be. They have watched out for her and made sure that she receives the medical attention that she needs. I feel so much better knowing that she is being properly represented.

– Alice Bailey