Brought to you by Zarzaur Law, P.A. – All car insurance policies have a “policy limit,” which is the maximum amount the carrier will pay for an accident. In Florida, you cannot seek additional compensation from an insurance company beyond what the at-fault driver’s policy limits state. Insurance companies are only liable for paying out the limits within the defendant’s insurance policy. But what if the other driver is underinsured or uninsured?

In this video, Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Joe Zarzaur explains what policy limits are and key facts that are important to ensure that an injured driver is not left without financial recourse when in an accident with an at-fault-driver with low policy limits or is an uninsured driver.

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Joe Zarzaur, the founder of Zarzaur Law, P.A., a Personal Injury law firm based in Pensacola, Florida , has created this video blog in an effort to educate the many citizens and visitors within Florida about their legal rights. Joe Zarzaur knows the ins and outs of Florida law and offers quality legal help whether you have experienced an auto accident/car wreck, have been a victim of medical malpractice, or are in need of a personal injury lawyer.

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