florida loss of use statute


Damages for Loss of Use in Florida - Lexology

Florida law explicitly provides that loss of use damages are measured by the amount necessary to rent a similar article or other suitable article within which to perform the services usually performed by the damaged article during the period of repair.

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(4) An insurer may not require the use of replacement parts in the repair of a the damaged parts prior to the loss in terms of fit, appearance, and performance.

Loss of Use: Is the At-Fault Driver's Insurer Required to Provide a

Stated simply, the liability insurer of the at-fault driver is obligated to pay for the rental cost of a vehicle similar or equal to the vehicle that was damaged while the damaged vehicle is undergoing repairs. If a compact car was damaged, the owner is entitled to recover the cost to rent a similar compact-size car.

Measure of Damages in Property Loss Cases – The Florida Bar

For both real and personal property losses, the general rule of recovery is that a property owner can recover the cost of replacement, repair, or restoration of property, unless the damage is permanent and the restoration cost will exceed the diminution in the fair market value of the property, in which case the

Chapter 626 Section 9743 - 2011 Florida Statutes - The Florida Senate

(4) An insurer may not require the use of replacement parts in the repair of a the damaged parts prior to the loss in terms of fit, appearance, and performance.

501.2 Personal Injury and Property Damages - Florida Supreme Court

Injury, pain, disability, disfigurement, loss of capacity for enjoyment of life: parental right of recovery for loss of filial consortium, does not eliminate the common law right to recover for loss Concerning damages for loss of use, see Meakin v.

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA CAROLE M. SIEGLE

to a complete analysis of Florida law on the issue of diminished value, thoroughly discussing derivative damages for plaintiff's loss of the use of his vehicle.

Owner's Partial Use of the Property Does Not Preclude Loss of Use

By Austin B. Calhoun, Esq. Under Florida law, a property owner may be entitled to “loss of use” damages if construction delay or defects

In Florida, what can I do when the insurance company has deemed

In car accident, loss of use is the cost of a reasonable rental car while A car is deemed a total loss under Florida law when the cost to repair it

Does Loss of Use Require Proof of Lost Revenue? - Fleet Insurance

A Florida Supreme Court case regarding damaged underground telephone cables threatens to rewrite some state laws and run roughshod