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What Is a Catastrophic Injury?

An injury caused by someone else’s negligence or recklessness generally entitles the victim to seek adequate compensation. Whether it’s a broken arm, torn muscle or any other harm, the victim goes through pain, incurs medical bills and may not be able to work for a while. Worse still are cases that involve very serious, potentially Read More

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Who Pays for Damages in a Multi-Vehicle Pile-Up?

Nearly six million motor vehicle crashes occur in the U.S. every year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Nearly one-third of those crashes are multi-vehicle collisions, also known as pile-ups, which are defined as crashes involving three or more vehicles. Liability for these accidents — which often result in extensive vehicle damage, physical Read More

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Can a Trucking Company Be Held Liable in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Florida’s busy roads are the sites of hundreds of crashes every year involving heavy commercial trucks. These massive vehicles cause serious injuries and fatalities when they strike cars, motorcycles or pedestrians. In the aftermath of a truck wreck, injured victims and their families face extraordinary medical bills, the prospect of buying a new vehicle, the Read More

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What Are the Motorcycle Helmet Laws in Florida?

For many Floridians, there’s nothing better than hitting the open road on a motorcycle. It’s a unique feeling of freedom that you just can’t get from behind the wheel of a car. But motorcycles come with their own set of dangers. There are no seatbelts, no roll cages and no airbags to help cushion the Read More

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Do’s and Don’ts in the Aftermath of a Car Crash

In the moments after a motor vehicle crash, it can be difficult to gather your thoughts and understand what to do and not to do. Still, there are many seemingly small things you can say or do that could affect an insurance claim or personal injury lawsuit that stems from the wreck. Here are some Read More

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What Does It Take to Prove Liability in a Florida Slip and Fall Case?

Commercial and residential property owners have a duty of care to those who have the legal right to be on their premises. That means they are responsible for taking the necessary steps to fix and prevent potentially dangerous conditions on their properties. When owners of businesses and private residences fail to maintain safe premises, slip Read More

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What Happened to My Tax Refund? Answers to Questions About Tax Law Changes

Spring is the time of warmer weather, beach vacations and, yes, taxes. Your 2018 tax filing is the first to be affected by the changes resulting from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017. While the act lowers payroll taxes, it also lowers or eliminates certain deductions and credits, which may negatively affect Read More

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Finding Counsel When You’ve Been Hurt During a Florida Visit

As a vacation destination for people from around the world, Florida is filled with visitors who are traveling between destinations and enjoying what we have to offer. Unfortunately, auto accidents and other injuries are a natural consequence of this activity. When you’ve been injured while visiting Florida for a vacation or work, you need an Read More

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Permitting and Zoning Ordinances Are Irrelevant in a Premises Liability Case

When a private establishment causes a dangerous condition on a sidewalk or other public property, it can be tricky determining how liability should be apportioned. In a recent case, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal addressed the question of whether Miami-Dade County could be held liable for a fall that occurred when grease from Read More

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Florida Jury Awards $45 Million for Fatal Auto Accident

The grieving parents of a Domenica medical school student killed in a 2015 Pembroke Pines crash were recently awarded $45 million in damages by jurors at the conclusion of a three-week-long trial in October 2017. Jonathan Astaphan, 29, had been driving a Mitsubishi Lancer through Section C of the I-75 express lane, an area that Read More

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