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No. An individual does not have to go to court for an auto accident case. In fact, our law firm settles 80% of the cases that plaintiffs bring without having to go to court or file a lawsuit. Even if you file a lawsuit you will not have to go to court in most cases,...
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There are a number of reasons for that. First of all, medical malpractice lawyers are not that common because it takes a lot of experience in order to be competent at trying a medical malpractice case. Not only do you have to understand the medicine and understand the applicable law, you also have to have...
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You should ask a lawyer before you retain him for a malpractice case what is their experience in bringing these cases?. How many have they actually filed? How many have they litigated and how many have they tried? You also need to understand that legal malpractice work is a very specialized work and a lawyer...
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Expert witness play a very important role in medical malpractice cases. You cannot get to a jury or past a judge’s directed verdict without expert witnesses supporting your case. They must review the case, be of the same or similar specialty of the doctor you’re bringing an action against, and render an opinion that that...
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Attorney malpractice cases require that you prove that the lawyer more likely than not has fallen below the standard of care for lawyers in this jurisdiction. That’s done with expert testimony, with lawyers who have agreed to review the records, the depositions, and render an opinion, more likely than not, that something the lawyer did...
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In a defective product case, as in most tort cases, the damages would include both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are things like your medical bills and your lost earnings. Non-economic damages are pain and suffering, lost of enjoyment of life. If it’s a wrongful death case then the measure of damages changes and...
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There are two different issues when you talk about time limits for product liability. One is the statute of limitations, and the statute of limitations in Florida for product liability is four years. You have four years from the date of your injury, when you knew or should have known of your injury. However, there’s...
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The statute of repose in an aviation accident case is a federal act called GARA, the General Aviation Revitalization Act, which may or may not limit your ability to bring a lawsuit for a defective product 12 years or more after it’s installed in an aircraft. Overhaul, maintenance intervals, and other issues may defeat this...
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  Statute of limitations in Florida for an automobile accident is generally four years. However, there are a couple of exceptions that people should be aware of. If someone was killed in an automobile accident, the statute of limitation is then governed by the Florida wrongful death statute and would be lowered to two years....
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In a medical malpractice case in Florida, the standard of care is what would a reasonable similar situated prudent physician do under the circumstances. If your case, for instance, is against an orthopedist, you have to have another orthopedist testify as an expert witness. The standard of care is going to be what would a...
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