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  • Phone Call Leads to $33.8 Million Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

    May 17, 2017

    In emergency medicine, a moment of hesitation can make a big difference. Eight minutes of negligent behavior? That can result in a $33.8 million lawsuit. Marla Dixon gave birth to her son in 2013. Dixon did not have a high-risk pregnancy, but watched as her doctor made a series of negligent actions and decisions throughout […]

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  • Are We Better Off Without "No-Fault" Insurance in Florida?

    May 10, 2017

    The debate over “no-fault” personal injury protection has been raging for the past few years, and it looks like we may be at a breaking point. Currently, all drivers in Florida must carry $10,000 worth of no-fault personal injury protection (PIP), but if some lawmakers have their way, this could change soon. Because of this, […]

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  • 5 FAQs about the 2017 Hurricane Season in Florida

    May 03, 2017

    Hurricane season is approaching quickly, and although many Floridians can still see remnants of damages from last year, the weather is stopping for no one. As the temperature of the ocean rises, things are only appearing to get more dangerous and bring the potential to cause more damage.  Dealing with the hurricane is just the […]

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  • House Passes Bill to Reduce Mass Tort and Class Action Lawsuits

    April 26, 2017

    When a widely used product causes damages to a lot of people, the victims may all file together against the manufacturer in something called a “mass tort” or a “class action lawsuit.” These types of lawsuits make it easier for each person to get the compensation they need. How do they work? By taking part […]

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  • Lawsuit against Pulse Shooter’s Wife, Employer May Be Thrown Out

    April 19, 2017

    The shooting at the Pulse Nightclub last June still casts a dark cloud over Orlando and the LGBT community. While Orlando residents and tourists alike visit the site of the shooting to pay their respects to the 49 victims, the victims’ families are fighting for justice and compensation in court. Unfortunately, these families appear to […]

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  • You’re Injured at an Indian Casino – How Do You File a Claim?

    April 13, 2017

    If you enjoy a good night of gambling in South Florida, chances are you’ve been to, or heard of, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. You might know that the casino is on tribal land, but did you know this makes it subject to different laws than the rest of the United States? […]

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  • Rideshare Accidents: Everything Floridians Need to Know

    April 05, 2017

    Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare companies have changed how people do things in Florida. For the most part, the applications get you to where you need to go quickly, and usually for a pretty decent price. Even better, rideshares have allowed many drivers and partygoers to breathe easy, knowing they will not run the risk […]

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  • New Drivers, More Driving Lead to Surge in Florida Crashes

    March 28, 2017

    If you have driven on Florida roads for a few years, you already know that our state does not have a perfect driving record, much less many of the people on the roads. Florida tends to be one of the top states for auto accidents, year after year. If you’ve noticed an increase in the […]

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  • Why You May Need a Lawyer after Winning a Medical Malpractice Case

    March 22, 2017

    After months and months of hard work and stress and hope and fear, the moment of truth is finally here. Both sides have rested their case in regards to your medical malpractice claim. All that’s left is the decision… and you win! Thank goodness. Now it’s all over. You can finally use the compensation you […]

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  • Do Florida PIP Laws Cover Pedestrian Accidents?

    March 14, 2017

    No accident is simple, especially if insurance companies or lawsuits are involved. Since there are so many car crashes in Florida every year, though, there is a lot of information out there about what to do after an auto accident and how PIP comes into play. PIP for pedestrians? Sort of. Pedestrians Can Use PIP […]

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