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Vocelle & Berg is open and ready to assist you with your legal needs during the pandemic. Although working mostly remotely, we are operating at full capacity. All of our attorneys’ emails and their paralegal / legal assistants emails are located in their individual profiles and are checked regularly. Our voicemails are also checked on a regular basis. During this time, in addition to serving your legal needs, if you have any questions regarding any COVID 19 related issues please do not hesitate to contact us. Additionally, we are reviewing clients’ commercial and business insurance policies to see if they cover business interruption during the pandemic. If you believe you are covered and have been denied by your insurance company we may be able to assist. Please practice social distancing and be safe!

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Florida is a no-fault insurance state. That means that in order to drive legally in the state of Florida, a person is only required to have personal injury protection which provides $10,000 worth of coverage to the person driving the car and that they also must carry $10,000 worth of property damage to repair any car that they run into. As a result of this, it’s important that you obtain Uninsured Motorist Coverage to protect yourself from a situation where someone is driving legally in the state of Florida but without any insurance to pay for damages caused to you.

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