What Should You Do if You Were Hit By an Uninsured Driver?

With the rising number of car accidents in the United States each year, it’s important to stay focused when you’re out on the road. In fact, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) reports that over 400,000 crashes happened in 2017 alone. If you happen to be involved in a car accident…

Safety Tips for Drivers this Memorial Day Weekend

The Ticktin Law Group wishes you a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend. This weekend is the time that marks the beginning of summer – with cookouts, parties, celebrations, and get-togethers. There will be a lot of traffic for drivers on the roads. Memorial Day weekend is one of the busiest traffic weekends of the…

Steps to Take After a Car Accident

When you get into a car accident, there are crucial steps you should follow to help make sure everyone is safe and to follow the law. Check Yourself and Your Passengers for Injuries If you’re injured you should call 911 immediately – or ask someone else to call. Also, try not to move, and wait…

If I am hurt, do I have a Personal Injury claim?

Just because you were injured does not necessarily mean you have a Personal Injury claim. Someone else has to be at fault. The Personal Injury Department of The Ticktin Law Group receives no shortage of phone calls from folks all over South Florida who want to know if they have a Personal Injury claim. Some…

Snowbirds to blame for Florida’s winter auto accidents?

As people head south for winter, there’s one thing we can be sure of in South Florida: more auto accidents. Every year, during the months of October through April, the warm South Florida climate provides refuge for snowbirds. According to figures from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, more accidents occur during…

What Does it Mean that Florida is a No-Fault State?

‘What does it mean that Florida is a No-Fault State?’ Unless you are involved in the legal or insurance professions, you may not know the answer to that question. No, it doesn’t mean that here in Florida no one is responsible for an accident. (Don’t worry — if you’re hurt because of someone else, we…