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Under certain circumstances, yes. Under Florida law there must be what’s called a survivor in order to bring a wrongful death medical malpractice case. Unfortunately, the law is in med mal cases the only survivors are a surviving spouse, a child under the age of 25 of the decedent, or a blood relative who was...
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Yes, you can. Florida law provides that what we call comparative negligence is applicable to product liability cases. If you’ve done something less than smart in using a product and it contributes to the cause of the injury, then a jury is going to be able to assign a percentage of fault to you and...
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People who are injured in slip-and-fall accidents quite often are held responsible for a portion of their injuries due to their comparative or contributory negligence in causing their own injuries. An experienced lawyer evaluates these cases, understands how to best ameliorate, or moderate, this percentage of negligence and convince a jury that you were not...
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Yes, certainly there are situations where the product itself would be safe if there’s proper labeling and warnings given. This may happen in the context of drugs, prescription medications, or over the counter medications, where adequate warnings are not given, and if adequate warnings were given, the product would be safe, but without those warnings,...
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Yes. A medical malpractice lawsuit involves all sorts of health care providers. It includes nurses in a hospital setting. It includes technicians. It can include any kind of health care provided, a dentist, a chiropractor, ophthalmologist, optometrist, any health care provider can be a subject of a medical malpractice case.
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You can issue a legal malpractice case when a lawyer improperly or untimely files paperwork if it materially affects your case. You can’t file a lawsuit simply because a lawyer forgot to do something that didn’t matter. But when a lawyer forgets to do something that’s fundamental or substantive, then and only then is it...
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There are many types of accidents involving automobiles which give rise to injury claims. As most people know, everybody talks about the proverbial rear-end accident, but there are also many types of intersection accidents. There are accidents where someone is cut off, someone fails to yield the right-of-way. There are many, many types of incidents...
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Legally, you’re allowed to handle your Florida auto case without an attorney, but practically, it’s not a very good idea. The first person you’re going to come in contact with if you attempt to do that is going to be an adjuster if the other side had insurance coverage. That insurance adjuster is a well...
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