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Monthly Archives: September 2019

DramShop

Does Florida Have a Dram Shop Law?

By Payer Law Group |

All states have laws in place that allow someone injured by a drunk driver to collect compensation for their injuries and physical damages. Many states go even further and allow a victim to recover financial compensation from a third party, the party who supplied the alcohol. Years ago, alcohol was sold in “drams,” a… Read More »

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What is Comparative Fault and How Does it Impact Florida Auto Accident Claims?

By Payer Law Group |

The main principle of personal injury law in the United States is that whoever is negligent and causes an accident should be responsible for paying the other party’s damages, like medical bills and property damage. However, this is not entirely black and white. What if there are multiple people who were negligent? What if… Read More »

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How to Know Whether You Suffered a Concussion in a Florida Car Accident

By Payer Law Group |

Auto accidents are one of the main causes where people wind up in the hospital with a traumatic brain injury. Not all traumatic brain injuries are serious enough, or noticeable enough, to cause someone to seek treatment. Many people suffer from concussions and do not lose consciousness at all. The more serious the injury… Read More »

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Determining Negligence and Liability in a Florida Car Accident

By Payer Law Group |

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident in Florida, you may be wondering how you can get compensation from the at-fault party. However, just because you know the other party is at fault, it doesn’t mean you are automatically entitled to recover damages. You still have to prove the other driver was at… Read More »

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Making a Florida Uninsured Motorist Claim

By Payer Law Group |

For a number of years, Florida has ranked as the highest, or one of the highest, states for uninsured motorists. Part of the reason for this is that Florida is a no-fault insurance state. This means drivers are required to carry PIP (Personal Injury Protection) coverage and property damage liability, but there is no… Read More »

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Spinal Cord Injuries Following an Orlando Auto Accident

By Payer Law Group |

Spinal cord injuries are relatively common following a serious auto accident, and can leave a victim with permanent injuries in some cases. Spinal cord injuries involve damage to any portion of the spinal cord or the nerves that sit at the end of the spinal canal. After an accident, victims can be left with… Read More »

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Common Types of Workplace Injuries in Florida Workers’ Compensation Cases

By Payer Law Group |

Despite additional regulations in place and increasing attempts at keeping the workplace safe for employees, the number of accidents occurring on the job continues to rise. If you have been the victim of one of these accidents, you might be wondering whether or not you need an attorney or not. Unfortunately, it’s commonplace for… Read More »

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What is the Statute of Limitations on an Orlando Personal Injury Case?

By Payer Law Group |

There is a legal rule known as the “statute of limitations,” which basically defines how much time you have to file a lawsuit against another party for your legal claim. In the event you miss that deadline, your claim can be barred and you lose your right to recovery. What this means is that… Read More »

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