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Monthly Archives: July 2020

Will My Car Accident Claim be Dismissed if I Was Partially at Fault for the Crash?

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It’s not always easy to apportion blame when it comes to car accidents, especially in cases that involve more than two vehicles. Fortunately, accident victims are not limited to obtaining compensation in cases where they were completely free of blame in causing an accident. Instead, Florida adheres to the legal theory of pure comparative… Read More »

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Who is Liable for a Crash Caused by a Motorist Who Was Driving a Borrowed Vehicle?

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Lending a vehicle to a friend or loved one on a temporary basis isn’t unusual and in most cases, doesn’t cause a problem for either of the parties. Accidents do occur, however, wherein the person who causes the collision is driving a borrowed vehicle. This can add a layer of complexity to an already… Read More »

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Liability for Car Accidents Involving Tourists

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Florida has some of the busiest roads in the country. Although many of the drivers on these roads are residents, a large number are visitors and they are just at-risk, (if not more so due to the unfamiliarity with the roads), of being involved in a collision. Having to negotiate a settlement or otherwise… Read More »

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Who Was At-Fault for My Car Accident?

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Liability for a car accident, whether determined through an insurer’s claim process or through a personal injury suit, can only be established through proof of negligence. While establishing liability must be done on a case by case basis, there are certain types of accidents, in which one party is usually at fault. For example,… Read More »

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Proving Constructive Knowledge in a Slip and Fall Case

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Property owners are required to use a certain degree of care in ensuring that their premises are safe for visitors. When property owners fail to fulfill this responsibility, visitors who are injured as a result of that negligence could be entitled to compensation for their injuries by filing a premises liability claim. While many… Read More »

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Most Common Florida Car Crash Injuries

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In the same way that no two car crashes are identical, the injuries sustained in accidents can vary significantly and depend on a number of factors, including the type of collision in question, as well as the health of the parties involved. There are, however, a few kinds of injuries that do tend to… Read More »

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Punitive Damages in Florida

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Florida courts award two main types of damages in personal injury cases: compensatory damages and punitive damages. The former attempt to compensate injured parties for accident-related losses, such as medical bills, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering. The latter, on the other hand, are awarded in cases where a defendant exhibited a… Read More »

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Tips for Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

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Filing a personal injury claim is typically a complex endeavor, as it requires compliance with a host of complicated legal rules and deadlines. Fortunately, there are a few things that plaintiffs can do to make the process a bit more manageable, so if you are thinking about filing a personal injury claim, you should… Read More »

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