Insurance Claims


  • $38M

    Medical Malpractice Verdict

  • $36M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $14.5M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $10M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $9.8M

    Motor Vehicle Accident

  • $9.5M

    Medical Malpractice Settlement

  • $7.5M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $6.5M

    Motor Vehicle Accident

  • $6M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $5M

    Motor Vehicle Accident

  • $4M

    Motor Vehicle Accident

  • $4M

    Product Liability Verdict

  • $3.9M

    Premises Liability

  • $3M

    Product Liability Verdict

Miami Insurance Claims Lawyer

Was Your Claim Denied?

Insurance companies are sometimes better at collecting premiums than they are at paying claims. If your insurance company has delayed or denied your claim, it may take legal help to reach a resolution.

Our insurance claim lawyers have recovered more than $100 million in compensation for our clients and have secured some of the largest recoveries for personal injury in Florida. Call us, 800-610-9491, for a FREE case evaluation.

Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum, LLP, in Miami, has the experience to take on large insurance companies and win. Whether you are filing a claim against your own insurance company or the insurance company of someone who has injured you, we offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.

Our lawyers represent people throughout South and Central Florida in all types of insurance disputes, including:

  • Uninsured and underinsured motorist claims: If you are injured by a driver who is uninsured or does not have enough insurance to pay for your losses, our lawyers can help you recover the maximum compensation from your UM/UIM coverage.
  • Homeowners insurance claims: Fire, water, hurricanes and other events can cause extensive damage to your home. Unfortunately, insurance companies use a variety of tactics to minimize or avoid paying your claim.
  • Insurance bad faith: A number of insurance company actions, such as denying benefits without a reasonable basis, can lead to a claim of insurance bad faith. Under our state’s bad faith laws, you may recover damages in excess of the policy limits if the insurance company is guilty of dealing in bad faith.

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At Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum, LLP, we know how to deal with insurance companies because we used to represent them. Now, we fight exclusively for policyholders in insurance disputes. If you would like to speak with an experienced insurance attorney at our firm, call us at 305-371-2692 or 800-610-9491, or send us a message right now via our online contact form.

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You Deserve Justice

Proving Liability for a Miami Car Accident

Personal injury claims, including car accident injury claims, are controlled by state law. As such, your Miami car accident case will need to proceed under Chapter 768.81 of the Florida statutes. This is the state’s comparative fault law. There are two important things that all car accident victims need to know about this legal standard:

1. Victims must prove negligence

In Miami car accident cases, fault is based on negligence. In other words, to hold another party responsible for your injuries, you must be able to prove their negligence contributed to your accident. Negligence is defined as the failure to take due care. In the vast majority of auto accident cases, a driver is the at fault party.

Indeed, a comprehensive crash assessment study from Stanford Law School found that as many as 95 percent of all car accidents are caused by a driver’s error. When another driver’s unsafe actions cause your crash, you must be able to hold them liable. Driver negligence can come in many different forms; with some of the most common examples including:

•  Speeding;
•  Following too closely;
•  Drunk driving.

•  Running red lights;
•  Unsafe lane changes

•  Running stop signs;
•  Distracted driving; and

2. Liability is divided proportionately

Victims should also be aware that liability for their Miami auto accident will be divided proportionately. In some cases, apportioning liability is relatively simple. For example, if a distracted driving was unquestionably responsible for your entire accident, then they would be held liable for 100 percent of the total accident damages.

However, dividing liability can be far more complicated for accidents that involve some type of shared fault. Indeed, in some cases, the crash victim might be partially liable for their some of their own damages. The distribution of liability is extremely important in shared fault accident claims, because being held partially liable for a crash will reduce a victim’s ability to recover compensation.

For example, if you sustained $40,000 in total accident damages, but you were deemed to be at fault for 25 percent of your own crash, then, under the law, your accident recovery would be reduced by a corresponding 25 percent, or $10,000. Do not let yourself get unfairly blamed for an accident: Always work with an experienced car accident attorney who can fight aggressively to protect your rights.

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