Practice Areas, Florida Law
Attorneys Victor Demesmin Jr. and Jeremy Dover practice several areas of Florida law. Although these areas of law vary, what stays consistent is the amount of care we at Demesmin and Dover put into all of our cases. Our slogan “We Care More’ is not just a slogan. It’s our strategy for approaching the needs of every client that makes the decision to let us represent them. We got into law to be the attorneys of the injured and help people recover their lives and get justice. We’re glad to say that we do that across several practice areas of Florida law.
Personal Injury Protection, otherwise known as PIP, is a mandatory requirement on every policy for every… read more.
Bodily Injury Coverage, otherwise known as liability insurance, is a type of insurance you can… read more.
Nearly everyone has been behind the wheel at some point in their life and many people drive daily. In fact, Americans collectively spend 70 BILLION HOURS behind the wheel!!! This statistic is astounding, and the driving population in the United States is estimated around 230 million. With so many people on the road; especially, here in Florida, it is not shocking that car accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and, in severe cases, death… read more.
Florida is a No-Fault State, but what does that mean? That means that Florida has different requirements for all insurance companies and for all people that are insured in the State of Florida. According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle (FDHSMV), the Mandatory Minimum Coverages that people are required to maintain in the State of Florida include the requirements… read more.
Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UM Coverage) is a very important coverage that we Demesmin and Dover recommends that everyone elect and pay for on their OWN insurance policy. If you get hit by someone without insurance or without Bodily Injury Coverage… read more.
Slip and Fall Accidents are arguably the second most common for of personal injuries a person can suffer in their lifetime. In fact, throughout the U.S., according to the National Floor Safety Institute, falls account for over eight million hospital ER visits, which currently represents the leading cause of all… read more.
While there are far fewer trucks on the road than any other vehicle, they still cause significant damage. In fact, there were approximately 525,000 commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs) issued in the state of Florida in one year; however, there are a reported 32,000 truck accidents every year in Florida. That is a staggering number based upon the limited number of trucks on the road… read more.