- Is Florida Really the Worst State for Car Crash Victims?
October 07, 2020Read More
A study conducted by the website WalletHub ranked Florida dead last among all 50 states and the District of Columbia for the financial risk to drivers after they have been involved in a car accident. If you are a motorist in Florida, you need to understand why accidents are so financially risky for accident victims […]
- The Doctor Delayed My Cancer Diagnosis by Six Months: Can I Sue?
September 28, 2020Read More
Finding out that you or a loved one has cancer is never easy. But it can be even more difficult to deal with when you find out that you were misdiagnosed, which led to a delay in receiving the treatment that you need. You might wonder if you have a right to sue if a […]
- What Do You Do When Your Child Gets Hurt At School?
September 20, 2020Read More
Parents never expect their child to get hurt at school. So when it happens, you might question who is responsible and what legal actions you have available to you. A school-related injury often leads to more than the initial medical bills. Depending on the details of the injury, your child might also experience pain and […]
- The Deadliest Roads in Florida
September 08, 2020Read More
Driving through Florida can be a breathtaking experience. However, in addition to the greenery and the waterfront views, it is also important to be aware of the risks. A few of Florida’s roads have developed a reputation as being dangerous. These are a few of the deadliest roads in Florida to be aware of. I-95 […]
- What to Do If You’re Injured in a Car Accident as a Passenger
August 11, 2020Read More
When you are injured while riding as a passenger in a vehicle that is involved in a motor vehicle accident, you may not be sure who to turn to for compensation for your injuries and damages – all you know is that, as a passenger, you certainly were not to blame for the accident. As […]
- What Happens If Someone Hits My Car from Behind?
August 07, 2020Read More
In every car accident, the parties who were involved in the accident will have to determine which of them was at fault for causing the accident, so that they know which party or parties will be responsible for compensating all those injured or damaged by the accident. Although in some car accident cases it isn’t […]
- Are Swimming Pools Becoming More Dangerous?
July 20, 2020Read More
With many restrictions still being put in place in an effort to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, more and more families have turned to a tried and true form of entertainment: swimming. Swimming pools are nothing new here in the Sunshine State, however, their increased popularity has yielded tragic results. According to the John […]
- FAQ: Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Accidents in Florida
July 12, 2020Read More
Uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance protects Florida drivers in the event of an accident with a driver who either doesn’t have insurance or doesn’t have enough. Drivers are able to purchase this coverage as a part of their own insurance policy. Below, we answer commonly asked questions Florida drivers ask about whether or not they […]
- How Long After My Injury, Can I File a Medical Malpractice Claim?
June 30, 2020Read More
Filing a medical malpractice claim is important for two reasons. The first, most importantly, is that you are compensated for the pain and suffering you and your family have had to endure as a result of a physician or hospital’s negligence. Secondly, filing a medical malpractice claim against a medical professional or hospital can hopefully […]
- Common Car Accident Laws in Florida
June 20, 2020Read More
Did you know that Florida has a no-fault insurance rule? It’s true. When a Florida resident is injured in a motor vehicle accident, they must first turn to their own personal injury protection – or PIP – to recover compensation for lost wages stemming from the accident. The driver’s personal injury protection is meant to […]
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