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Making a Florida Uninsured Motorist Claim

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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

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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

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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?

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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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Suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury after an Orlando Car Accident

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The brain is far more delicate than many people realize. It can be injured in a variety of ways, including from an auto accident. It doesn’t necessarily even have to be a catastrophic accident for your head to get knocked around, causing the brain to smack against the inside of the skull. Traumatic brain… Read More »

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What to Know When You’re Filing a Florida Workers’ Compensation Claim

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If you’ve been injured on the job, it is understandable that you are concerned about how this will affect not only your well-being, but your job as well. Some people are afraid to make a claim when they are injured for fear it will affect their position and future hopes for advancement and raises…. Read More »

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Don’t Be Shocked If You’re Monitored After Making an Orlando Personal Injury Claim

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When you bring a claim against a negligent party in Orlando, you should be aware that their insurance company or attorney may be monitoring you and your actions. This is especially a popular option when you are alleging serious injuries and/or have received a recommendation for surgery. The insurance company is going to defend… Read More »

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Can I Sue the Drunk Driver Who Hit Me in Orlando?

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If you were hit by a drunk driver in Florida, you may be wondering if you have the right to sue. According to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the most recent statistics indicate that drunk driving fatalities have decreased some. However, drunk driving is still the number one cause of fatal… Read More »

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What to Know about Pursuing a Florida Wrongful Death Claim

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When a loved one passes away unexpectedly due to someone else’s intentional acts, reckless behavior, or negligence, you may be able to file what’s called a wrongful death claim. There must be a financial hardship for the remaining dependents and/or family members in order to file such a claim. Wrongful death claims can be… Read More »

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Proving Liability and Damages in a Florida Auto Accident

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When you’re in an accident that you clearly know was the other person’s fault, it may seem like a slam dunk that you will be compensated for your injuries and physical damages, right? Unfortunately, auto accident claims are rarely that easy to resolve. Even in cases where liability seems clear, the other party’s insurance… Read More »

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Do You Need to Hire a Florida Workers’ Compensation Attorney?

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There are laws and regulations in place that help make Florida’s workplaces safer; however, accidents can still happen. Unfortunately, insurance companies are always trying to find ways in which they can either deny your claim or reduce the payout. They may claim that your injuries are not related to a workplace accident or they… Read More »

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What Does Florida PIP Coverage Mean for Florida Residents

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Each state has its own requirements for car insurance. Some allow you to carry very low liability limits, while others require you to carry higher ones. And, a handful of states require you have PIP coverage. If you aren’t familiar with PIP, it’s important to learn what it means for you and your ability… Read More »

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Do I need UM and UIM Coverage in Florida?

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UM and UIM coverage stand for uninsured motorist and underinsured motorist insurance. These are first-party coverages designed to compensate insureds for economic losses and non-economic losses resulting from certain types of auto accidents. As the names suggest, UM coverage kicks in when the at-fault party has no insurance, and UIM kicks in when the… Read More »

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What You Should Do After Your Orlando Auto Accident

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Getting into an accident can be overwhelming. It’s understandable that you feel out of sorts and confused about what to do immediately following the accident. However, the actions you take next are extremely important. Florida is a no-fault insurance state, which means your own PIP coverage will pay up to $10,000 in medical bills…. Read More »

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What You Should Know About Reporting an Injury at Work

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Workers’ compensation in Florida pays benefits to qualifying employees who are hurt on the job or struggle with an occupational illness. Employees might seek medical treatment costs, compensation for lost wages, and other types of financial assistance. In order to obtain benefits, you need to take certain actions related to reporting the injury and… Read More »

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How Much Is Florida My Personal Injury Case Worth?

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Life is precious. Personal injury lawsuits are a testament of that same sentiment. As human beings, we honor and cherish the idea that everyone is entitled to live free of pain, suffering, and crippling medical expenses for injuries one did not cause. Fortunately, our American system of justice can intervene when needed to make… Read More »

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Can You Claim Workers’ Compensation for Stress?

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You have likely been stressed at work at some point or another. You might have even been so stressed out that you contemplated quitting. You probably heard about people filing workers’ compensation claims for stress. Is this a possibility for you? It depends on the state you live in. Workers’ compensation is governed by… Read More »

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Common Causes of Pedestrian Accidents

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Summer is upon us in Orlando. Residents and tourists alike are enjoying the warm weather and summer activities. This means that many people are opting to travel by foot. Not only is walking healthy, but it is often more convenient, especially when traffic and parking concerns arise. However, the influx in pedestrians also means… Read More »

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Is the Driver Always at Fault for Hitting a Pedestrian in Florida?

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Florida carries a reputation for a high number of pedestrian fatalities. That statistic is growing by the year. Due to its dense population, the number of pedestrian accidents involving motor vehicles increases. State laws require drivers to act with a heightened sense of caution with regard to foot traffic. However, statutes also specify that… Read More »

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How Do Florida Courts Handle Car Sharing Car Accidents?

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Car sharing is different from ride sharing. It’s a newer, divergent market that allows people to rent their vehicle to hopeful renters. Since the legislation on this service is still developing, courts are relying upon outdated case law and unparalleled contexts to decide on who is responsible for a car accident in this manner…. Read More »

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