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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety estimates that up to 33 percent of all drivers have no bodily injury coverage. If one of these drivers causes a car accident in which you or your passengers sustain a serious injury, there is no way to file a claim with their insurance for compensation. Worse still, many of these drivers have no personal assets. This further complicates the process of seeking compensation and often leaves you shouldering the full expenses related to your accident.

Uninsured Motorist Coverage

In the state of Florida, insurance companies are required by law to offer you uninsured motorist coverage at an equal amount to your bodily injury coverage. This is an elective coverage, however, and it is clearly in your best interest for you to obtain such coverage.

Uninsured motorist coverage allows you to file a claim with your own insurance company for your medical expenses if are harmed by a motorist who is uninsured. However, even with this coverage, the amount offered by insurance may be woefully inadequate to cover the actual damages caused by your injury.

Why Hire an Attorney

Insurance companies have a proven record of trying to minimize settlements offered to victims. It is possible that your uninsured motorist coverage will help pay for a portion of your medical expenses and property damage, but in many cases it will not cover all of your injuries.

Why hire an attorney who’s also a medical doctor?
When the stakes are high, EVERY MOVE MATTERS.

The experienced Orlando, Florida car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz know how to deal with insurance companies, and we will do everything necessary to ensure you receive a fair settlement. We will not back down until you have received the maximum compensation you are due.

Please contact the Law Offices of Michael Barszcz, M.D., J.D., today for a free consultation. We serve clients throughout Florida and in the Orlando, Florida area.


Our attorneys are highly experienced in providing legal representation for the following types of accident cases:

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    Failure to diagnose and treat respiratory distress after delivery leads to respiratory arrest and brain injury (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy)

  • $2,950,000

    Failure to diagnose and treat pre-eclampsia leads to maternal death.

  • $2,100,000

    Improper medication prescribed for patient with asthma leads to death.