• Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyer

    12/03/2020

    Understanding Medical Malpractice in Florida Because medical care providers have significant power over vulnerable patients, they also have significant potential to cause harm. This is why one study indicates medical malpractice and similar errors may be the third-leading cause of death in the United States. Medical malpractice in Florida can take a variety of forms. […]

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  • Florida Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Lawyer

    The Role of a Florida Personal Injury Protection Lawyer In theory, your PIP coverage may compensate you for such post-accident losses and expenses as: Surgical treatments Emergency transportation Diagnostic testing Lost wages Prescription medications Physical therapy Rehabilitation Related medical care (for example, setting bones) PIP coverage may also apply in wrongful death cases. Depending on […]

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  • Florida Wrongful Death Lawyer

    Florida Wrongful Death Cases: What You Need to Know You should consult with a Florida wrongful death law firm in any instance when a loved one’s passing was caused because someone else was negligent. For instance, a loved one may have been killed in a car accident through no fault of their own, or they […]

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  • Florida Dog Bites & Animal Attacks Lawyer

    Florida Dog Bites & Animal Attacks: A Victim’s Rights The law regarding liability in Florida dog bite and animal attack cases is clear: “The owner of any dog that bites any person while such person is on or in a public place, or lawfully on or in a private place, including the property of the […]

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  • Florida Slip & Fall Lawyer

    What You Need to Know about Florida Slip & Fall Accidents Sometimes a Florida slip and fall accident will only leave you with a little bit of minor bruising. Unfortunately, sometimes the consequences can be more severe. In fact, CDC researchers have found that approximately one in five falling accidents will result in the victim […]

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  • Florida Burn and Fire Injury Lawyer

    Florida Burn and Fire Injuries: What You Need to Know Burn injuries are more common than some assume. Statistics indicate in 2016 alone, approximately 486,000 people received treatment for such injuries. Other studies indicate the number of US residents sustaining burn injuries that require medical attention every year may be as high as 1.1 million. […]

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  • Florida Boat Accident Lawyer

    Essential Information about Florida Boat Accidents Recreational boating plays a very significant role in Florida’s overall tourism industry. This is a key reason many of the regulations pertaining to recreational boating in Florida are somewhat lax. For example, Florida law doesn’t enforce an age requirement for recreational boating. It also doesn’t require those over the […]

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  • Florida Train Accident Lawyer

    Florida Train Accidents: Essential Information You could be injured in a Florida train accident (whether you’re a passenger or not) for many reasons. The following are just a few examples: Collisions with other trains or vehicles Accidents caused by improperly maintained tracks or equipment Railroad crossing failure Mechanical failures Error or negligence on the part […]

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  • Florida Bicycle Accident Lawyer

    Florida Bicycle Accident Laws: Knowing Your Rights Some Florida drivers may feel bicyclists are intruding into their space when they use the state’s roads. That’s not the case. While some restrictions and exceptions apply in very specific circumstances, in general, Florida law ensures bicyclists have the same rights as motor vehicle drivers. That means you’re […]

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  • Florida Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

    Florida Pedestrian Accidents: Understand Your Rights Florida’s right-of-way laws generally require drivers to yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. You may be entitled to compensation from a driver if you were injured because they didn’t yield properly. However, Florida is also a “comparative negligence” state. That means if someone who is injured you can successfully argue […]

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