Personal Injury Law

How Do You Calculate a Car Injury Accident Settlement?

Normally, in the aftermath of a car accident, victims are more concerned about how the situation will affect their lives and less about its legal rami... read more…

With More And More People Staying Home Right Now, Florida Car Accidents Are Still Occurring

Unfortunately, people all across the globe are dealing with the ongoing COVD-19 crisis right now, including residents of the Sunshine State. As such,... read more…

Understanding the Steps In A Florida Personal Injury Lawsuit

The state of Florida is considered a “no-fault” state. Each motorist is required to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP) in the amount of $10,000 me... read more…

How To Start A Claim For An Auto Accident Injury

Auto accidents are more common than one thinks. It can happen due to pure accident on both sides, but it can also be caused by negligence of at least... read more…

How To Protect Yourself During A Mass Transit Personal Injury

Taking mass transportation can be an everyday thing for most professionals. Between the convenience of well-planned transit system and the practical a... read more…

How Long Will It Take To Reach A Settlement After My Accident?

One of the questions that we are asked most often by our clients is how long it will take to reach a settlement for their accident injuries. Sadly, th... read more…

Get Ready For Your Florida Day Trip With These Auto Accident Rules

If you have just transferred to Florida or are taking a quick trip or drive, you may want to familiarize yourself with its unique set of laws on the r... read more…

Questions Of Cruise Line Liability In COVID-19 Pandemic

Nothing highlights the ongoing battle between the public good vs the drive for corporate profits better than the cruise industry's decision to conti... read more…

Did You Get Hurt In A Motorcycle Accident From No Fault Of Your Own?



Motorcycle accidents are not gentle events that people get up and walk away from without a scratch. Well, sometimes they may be just that, but in most... read more…


 

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