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How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Florida?

Posted in Uncategorized on January 16, 2019

If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit in the state of Florida, you will want to familiarize yourself with applicable state laws. All personal injury lawsuits are subject to different requirements for filing deadlines. Known as the statute of limitations, these deadlines tell you how long you have to claim compensation for your injury…. read more

Is Wrong Diagnosis Considered Medical Malpractice?

Posted in Uncategorized on January 9, 2019

When we visit a doctor, we expect to receive a high standard of care. We do not expect doctors to fix all of our problems, but we do expect them to try to find a solution. However, negligence and medical errors can occur, with potentially dangerous consequences. One of the most common medical errors is… read more

Florida Law Updates 2019: How to Remove a Mugshot from an Online Database

Posted in Criminal Defense,Firm News,In the News on December 20, 2018

When someone is arrested in Florida, the mugshot taken at the police station can haunt them for the rest of their lives, even if they are never charged or convicted. Many professional organizations, educational institutions, and employers may turn someone away just because of a mugshot. A new bill signed by Governor Scott should make… read more

How Much Can I Get in a Car Accident Settlement?

Posted in Uncategorized on December 18, 2018

A car accident can cause significant damages for a driver. If another driver caused an accident due to negligence or illegal activity, he or she is liable for the injured driver’s damages. However, insurance comes into play in most car accident cases. After some accidents, an insurance adjuster will consider several factors in offering a… read more

Florida Bicycle Laws

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2018

The state of Florida considers bicycles as vehicles, so all Florida bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as drivers of motor vehicles. Understanding Florida’s bicycle laws is an important way to reduce the chances of an accident and limit liability for bicycle accidents. Consider the following rules to reduce the chances of serious injuries… read more

Can I Sue My Landlord for Negligent Security?

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2018

A negligent security lawsuit stems from a property owner’s responsibility to ensure the safety of tenants, guests, or customers in a building from intruders and criminals. The owner of an apartment complex has a duty to ensure that only authorized individuals enter the property and limit safety risks to tenants. If an unauthorized individual enters… read more

Do I Need Roof Insurance for Storm Damage?

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2018

Roof damage is every homeowner’s worst nightmare, and a severe storm can damage or destroy a home’s roof. A homeowner will probably look to his or her homeowner’s insurance policy for coverage after any type of storm-related roof damage. However, it is important for all homeowner’s insurance policyholders to understand the scope of their coverage… read more

OSHA Construction Fall Hazards

Posted in Uncategorized on December 17, 2018

In November of 2018, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited the owners of Elo Restoration Inc. in Jacksonville, Florida for more than $116,000 in fines for repeated fall safety violations. The owner of the roofing company failed to ensure his workers or use fall protection systems on residential roofs after previous citations for… read more

Florida Car Insurance Laws

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

Driving in Florida requires carrying at least the minimum-required amounts of car insurance. All drivers must maintain auto insurance policies to pay for their damages in the event of collisions. Florida’s car insurance laws are somewhat unique as a “no-fault” state. Only 12 states in the country currently abide by no-fault insurance laws. Learn how… read more

What Should I Do If I’m Injured on a Cruise Ship?

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

A cruise ship isn’t always the safest vacation vessel. Serious personal injuries can arise while on a cruise – from slip-and-fall risks on deck to improperly stored food and Norovirus. Hundreds of people every year attempt to bring claims against cruise ship companies for accidents, injuries, and illnesses they suffered while working or recreating on… read more