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Injured Parties Must Comply with Florida’s Nonjoinder Statute

When it comes to filing a claim against another’s liability insurer, injured parties sometimes try to improperly put the proverbial cart before the horse.   You CANNOT sue another’s liability insurer (a policy you are not insured under) until you … Continue reading

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Florida’s Nonjoinder Statute Not Designed to Allow You to Put the Cart Before the Horse

As a third party claimant, you cannot sue a wrongdoer-insured’s insurance carrier until you get a judgment against the insured. I have posted numerous posting regarding Florida’s nonjoinder statute and the fact that you cannot sue an insurer unless (i) … Continue reading

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