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Under Florida law, the person driving the at fault vehicle is liable for any injuries he causes as a result of an accident which occurred as a result of his negligence. Therefore if someone’s driving a vehicle and hits a car with a driver and a passenger in the car and both of those individuals...
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Not any attorney can handle a Florida slip and fall case. You should get what you pay for. You should seek and retain a lawyer who’s experienced in these cases, who understands the entire fabric of personal injury and has the wherewithal to bring your case and see it through the end. Our law firm...
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Witnesses are perhaps more important in medical malpractice cases than in any other type of case because the language that they use and the science that will be the issue in front of a jury are not things that most jurors are very familiar with, so taking depositions from witnesses, doctors, nurses, technicians becomes very...
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Yes there are. Four years from the day of the abuse is the usual time period to bring an action against a nursing home. If a wrongful death ensues, two years may govern that action. You should consult a lawyer immediately if you think abuse has occurred, so that appropriate steps can be taken to...
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If you had asked me that question a couple of months ago, the answer would have been yes, but recently, one of our Florida appellate courts have ruled that the caps are unconstitutional. They’ve ruled that the basis for the legislature passing medical malpractice caps was that there was a medical malpractice insurance crisis. The...
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When a big rig jack-knifes, and are injured, you may be able to recover against the driver of the truck or his employer. The key will be did the driver do something he shouldn’t have done or fail to do something that he must have done which caused you injuries. An evaluation, investigation, or review...
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Proving fault in a Florida truck accident case may or may not require expert witnesses. Overwhelmingly, in our firm, we do use and retain expert witnesses when we’re considering or bringing an action in a trucking case. These witnesses focus on speed, distance, human factors, visual obstruction, maintenance of the truck in question, as well...
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Trucking accident cases generally require a higher degree of skill to prove in a court of law because of the size of the vehicles involved, and the number of components that enter into such a case. For instance, the credentials of the driver, the maintenance of the truck, the work hours of the driver, the...
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Florida does not require lawyers to carry professional liability insurance. Prospective clients should always check with the lawyer and the law firm and be sure they do carry that coverage. We carry substantial coverage at our law firm and so should your lawyer. Florida has 80% of sole practitioners who do not list legal malpractice...
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In a Florida auto accident case, the obvious parties involved are usually the persons whom could be driving vehicles at the time of the accident. However, if someone owns the vehicle and they allow someone else to drive the vehicle, the owner of the vehicle is also liable for that accident. In addition, if someone...
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