Personal Injury Articles And Discussions

How Do Accident Injury Law Settlements Work In Florida?

Florida is a no fault state. So under Florida’s no fault law, every motorist is required to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage, with a mi... read more…

Can Victims Of A Shooting Sue?

The first time many of us became aware of mass shootings was on April 20, 1999 when the Columbine High School shooting made the news. Sadly, it was no... read more…

Can I Sue If I Fell On The Sidewalk?

Most of us walking along our city, neighborhood or park assume the sidewalk is safe. But a crack in the pavement, or a buckled pavement can not only c... read more…

Benefits of Florida Personal Injury Law

Any kind of personal injury claim after an auto accident can prove to be challenging and can result in a good amount of confusion and frustration as y... read more…

How Social Media Can Affect a Personal Injury Claim

If you are in the middle of filing your personal injury claim, then you should be aware of how your social media accounts can influence and affect the... read more…

How To Protect Yourself From A Hit And Run

Unfortunately, hit and runs are very common in the state of Florida. Sometimes people are afraid to stick around because they don’t have insurance, th... read more…

Five Reasons To Hire An Attorney After You’ve Been Injured In An Accident

Whether you are injured on the job, as the result of a car accident, or because you fell at a grocery store, you’ll soon find yourself overwhelmed. Fi... read more…

The 4 Steps Of A Civil Lawsuit

The United States law is extremely complicated. Not only do you have federal, state, and local laws interacting with each other, and not only do these... read more…

A Trial Witness Should Never Surprise You

If you watch any legal dramas on TV or at the movies, chances are good you know what a “surprise witness” or “surprise evidence” is. At a dramatically... read more…


 

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