Month: September 2012


Posted By:
Category: Personal Injury

Anyone who has driven on The Strip or near the Fremont Experience in Las Vegas knows how easy it is to become distracted by all of the lights and other sights that vie for attention. However, it is the responsibility of every driver to remain focused and free from distraction so as not to cause an accident. Unfortunately, not every driver lives up to that responsibility. If you have suffered a personal injury because of such a distracted driver, a Las Vegas personal injury attorney can help you to obtain the compensation you deserve to help cover medical expenses and other costs related to your injury.
 
Distraction is distraction, and whether it is caused by Las Vegas attractions, texting while driving, or trying to change the radio station in the car, it is a form of negligence that can result in serious injury to others on the road.…

Read more
Posted By:
Category: Personal Injury

It can be embarrassing to trip and fall when you’re out and about in Deerfield Beach or when you’re on someone else’s property. Often, trip and fall victims are more concerned about avoiding further embarrassment than they are about tending to any personal injury that may have been sustained. Consequently, it can be very easy for a negligent property owner to make a victim believe that the accident occurred because of clumsiness or inattention. However, sometimes accidents occur because a property owner has not adequately provided for the safety of patrons or guests. If you have been the victim of such an accident, it is important to contact a personal injury attorney in Deerfield Beach to determine whether or not the property owner is responsible.…

Read more
Posted By:
Category: Insurance Claims

Because of our proximity to the ocean, the weather in Pembroke Pines can go from Florida tourism ad sunshiny to Florida stormy in a very brief period of time. Pembroke Pines residents have grown accustomed to the sudden changes that can occur and most take necessary precautions when it comes to storm season from storm windows to adequate insurance policies. However, after it is all said and done, some property owners have difficulty collecting on their legitimate claims following a storm.
 
Unfortunately, following a serious storm, some Pembroke Pines property owners must try to negotiate with insurance companies who act as though they were totally unaware that Florida sits along the coast.…

Read more
Posted By:

The statistical likelihood that residents of Hollywood will file hurricane damage insurance claims is extremely high. The area is brushed by or hit by a hurricane an average of once every two years and direct hits occur on an average of once every five years.
 
Obviously, some years will be worse than others when it comes to hurricane damage, but it is unreasonable to assume that anyone could live for any extended period in Hollywood and never file insurance claims because of a hurricane or tropical storm.
 
Whether a property owner suffers a direct hit from a hurricane, sustains damage from the tornadoes that hurricanes can spawn, or experiences the destruction that can occur from the gusts that are generated even when a storm passes through nearby communities, the devastation can be extensive.…

Read more
Sep. 06, 2012
Posted By:

Fort Lauderdale residents are no strangers to the destruction and devastation that can occur when a tropical storm or a hurricane hits the area. Property owners often sustain extensive damage to their structures and the contents. Most area residents have insurance to cover any losses they suffer, but when those claims are denied, it can seem as though they have been hard hit not once, but twice.
 
Residents of Fort Lauderdale have every reason to expect insurance claims to be honored following a hurricane or other tropical storm. When those claims are denied, it is as though they have been made to suffer a second time. Whether the claims are denied outright, delayed, or offered a minimal low settlement, it is a violation of justice that those who have sustained damage from a hurricane cannot get the compensation to which they are entitled.…

Read more