Personal Injury Articles And Discussions

How Your Insurance Provider Might Work Against You

When you signed up for your insurance policy, they may have promised you the world. Insurance providers will likely claim they’re in your corner, and... read more…

Collecting The Right Evidence And Avoiding Self-Sabotage In Your Personal Injury Case

What may southwest Florida residents don’t often realize is that their own actions can greatly impact their personal injury case. Whether they’ve been... read more…

5 Ways You Can Harm Your Personal Injury Case

When you’ve suffered an injury through an automobile accident or a slip and fall, you can be your own worst enemy when it comes to collecting a fair a... read more…

How Long Will My Personal Injury Case Take?

If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, it is imperative you hire a qualified personal injury attorney. Sadly, insurance comp... read more…

Busting Common Myths About Personal Injury Claims

At Shapiro, Goldman, Babboni, Fernandez, and Walsh, we have over a century of combined personal injury law experience in the Southern Florida region.... read more…

Florida Widow Files Personal Injury Lawsuit Against Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean is one of the most well-known brands in the cruise industry. Recently, a woman in South Florida, Shir Frenkel, coordinated with her at... read more…

Don’t Let The Insurance Companies Lie: Whiplash Is A Serious Injury

You have just been in an auto accident and you are experiencing the worst pain you’ve ever felt in your neck, head, and shoulders. You may have Whipla... read more…

How Does Proof Work In A Injury Lawsuit?

One thing that both civil and criminal court cases share in common is the need for proof that is presented to a jury. Both types of court cases have l... read more…

How Do You Calculate Lost Wages If You’re Self-Employed?

If someone goes to court for personal injury, or something very specific, like workplace accidents, then one of the key reasons for doing so is compen... read more…


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