Category: Insurance Defense

Settling vs. Going to Court in Insurance Litigation: Pros and Cons

Insurance litigation disputes can be a headache. They’re stressful and confusing, often involving legalese and adjusting jargon. But in the end, there are only two options: settle or file suit. If you’re considering doing either, you must understand each option to make an informed decision about what’s best for your case. Settling vs. Going to […]

Understanding Insurance Litigation: What It Is and Why It Matters

When an insurance company fails to uphold its end of a contract, litigation may be the only way to solve these legal issues. Insurance litigation lawyers can help you understand your rights and options when this happens. Understanding the importance of litigation and how to protect your rights is essential, and this article will help […]

Contingency Fee Multiplier

Contingency Fee Multipliers increase the rate of attorney’s fees awarded to the prevailing parties’ attorney.  Once the court determines the reasonable hour rate for the attorney ($350-$600 is the norm on east coast of FL,) the rate is multiplied from 1.1 to 2.5, substantially increasing the attorney fee award.   Therefore, a 200 hours at […]