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07
08. 2020
Pinellas-Car-Injury

Is Your Vehicle Insurance Carrier Acting in Bad Faith Post-Auto Accident?

After you’ve been in a car accident, you anticipate that your insurance carrier will be able to work with you to fairly compensate you for property damage, medical bills, and other accident-related expenses. After all, that’s why you purchased the policy. However, many accident victims are caught off guard when they discover this may not […]
06
08. 2020
Florida-Personal-Injuries

Missy Doesn’t Know (What’s Going On With Your Case)

Missy Never Went To Law School Missy is not a paralegal. She’s not even a case manager. Missy does not know what is going on with your case. Her job is to answer the phones and make it sound like something is happening with your injury case since the last time you called, and the […]
26
07. 2020
south-florida-personal-injury

Fighting For Families: How They Do It

JACK OF ALL TRADES LAW FIRM, HOW DO THEY DO IT? How do law those firms do it when they advertise for 25 different specialties? We don’t know either. So, that law firm is a specialist in: Aviation Accidents Auto Accidents Boating Accidents Construction Injuries Death Cases Drug Cases Disability/Social Security Defective Products Medical Malpractice […]
06
07. 2020
florida-accident-injury

Can I Fire The Big Law Firm?

Yes. Of course, it is your decision who is your attorney.  Ask yourself this: Am I tired of waiting around for the big law firm to do something on my case? Am I tired of waiting around for them to return my call? Do I ever get to talk with the attorney who is supposed […]
06
07. 2020
florida-injury-case

WHAT IS THE VALUE OF MY FLORIDA PERSONAL INJURY CASE?

In Florida, the value of a personal injury case is based upon “Damages”. Damages include three general categories. 1. Look at the amount of medical bills you have. This is for the past and for the future. 2. Are there any lost wages in the past, and will there be lost wages (or diminished earning […]
22
06. 2020
uber-accident

What Compensation Can I Receive After an Uber or Lyft Accident?

Uber and Lyft are a regular part of everyday life in Florida. However, you’re equally at risk of being involved in an accident in a ridesharing vehicle as your own or someone else’s. If you were hurt in a ridesharing accident, what compensation could you be entitled to receive? Here’s what you should know.  Medical […]
16
05. 2020
florida-car-accident

How Should I Prepare to Speak With Car Insurance Companies After a Collision?

You’re mandated by the state of Florida to carry a certain amount of car insurance to cover damages in case of a motor vehicle accident. Actually using your insurance for its intended purpose is a different story though, and many insurance agents are less than cooperative. This is what you should know before speaking to […]
06
04. 2020
golf-cart-battery-fire

Can You Sue a Golf Cart Parts Manufacturer for Damages?

A Golf Cart Battery Malfunction? On April 6, 2020, the Seal Beach Old Ranch Country Club in Long Beach, Florida caught fire. The culprit? A malfunction in the process of charging a golf cart battery with an external charger.    Fortunately, no injuries were reported in this specific instance. However, this scenario is another reminder […]
16
03. 2020
florida-medical-malpractice

What Legal Options Do Victims of Medical Malpractice Have?

After being neglected or injured in the hospital, you may be thinking about what legal options are afforded to victims of medical negligence. Here’s what you need to know about how medical malpractice is defined, what factors contribute to negligence, and what your next steps should be.  Medical Malpractice — What Is It?    Medical […]
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02. 2020
Pinellas-county-car-accident

How Does Pain and Suffering Get Calculated for My Car Accident Lawsuit?

Car accident victims typically experience two different types of damages.   One type of damage is called Economic damages and relates to actual expenses incurred by the victim, like a hospital bill or a vehicle repair estimate. Non-economical damages are harder to calculate because they relate to non-tangible harm like pain and suffering. Here’s what […]