Pensacola, FL. - Gross & Schuster, personal injury lawyers in Pensacola, is pleased to announce that they will be hosting an open house at their office in celebration of Law Day, April 30, 2019, from 1:30 - 4:30 PM. During this event, Gross & Schuster will continue to offer their services to the public as by reviewing automobile and homeowner’s insurance policies. Anyone interested in these services can get a tour of the building and have their policies examined to see if they are fully covered for auto accidents or other types of damage to property.
May 1st of each year is designated as “Law Day,” and the Sunday preceding May 1st is proclaimed “Law Week” in Florida. All residents, schools, businesses, clubs, and the mass media are invited to commemorate the role law plays in people's lives. For the past 12 years, the personal injury law firm of Gross & Schuster has held an open house for residents during this week.
Attorney Terence Gross states, “Once a client is in my office it is too late to go back and change his or her insurance coverage. This event gives us an opportunity to inform individuals of the specific terms of their policy and the effects of these terms before an unforeseen tragedy occurs, and they are stuck with the coverage they have in place.”
The Pensacola personal injury attorneys at Gross and Schuster encounter many cases where the biggest issue is a lack of insurance coverage either by the injured party, the at-fault party, or both. With a lot of those cases, the individuals are under the impression they have the best insurance coverage they can afford when that is not the case. Mr. Gross explains, “We meet with hundreds of injured people every year who are adamant they have ‘full coverage.’ However, often times, when we look at the insurance policies, they are missing important coverages, such as med pay and underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage. Underinsured individuals frequently experience problems obtaining adequate compensation for their injuries.”
Mr. Gross surmises that this repeatedly occurs because of two main reasons. First, “full coverage” is a subjective term that means something different to every consumer. A person may tell an insurance agent that he or she wants full coverage; however, full coverage may mean something completely different to the agent than to the consumer. Additionally, when consumers purchase insurance, they are often more worried about the costs of the coverage rather than the actual coverage itself.
The attorneys at Gross & Schuster, P.A. encourage the public to take advantage of this free event. People seeking advice should bring their insurance policies to the event. Coffee and cookies will be provided. To learn more, visit their website at https://grossandschuster.com/ or call their office for a free consultation at (850) 434-3333.
At Gross & Schuster, P.A. we combine deep legal experience with a commitment to client service. Our lawyers are board-certified in civil trial law by the Florida Bar. Only 1.1 percent of Florida attorneys achieve this certification.
803 North Palafox Street
Pensacola, FL 32501
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