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How The Passage Of Time Affects A Personal Injury Claim

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One of the key reasons it is important to act as soon as possible with regards to seeking compensation when you are injured as a result of someone else’s negligence is the time limit the law imposes on such claims. Under Florida law for example, an injured person generally has between two and four… Read More »

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Who’s Liable If You’re Hurt on Public Transit?

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Different rules typically apply to injuries that occur as the result of a government or public entity. Figuring out who is liable when you are injured on public transportation can be tricky to decipher. Riding on the bus, subway, or train is not inherently dangerous, but sometimes things do go wrong. If you are… Read More »

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Beat the Clock: Statute of Limitations in Injury Cases in Florida

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Every state in the country has what is called a “statute of limitations” on personal injury civil cases. We hear the term tossed around often; but what does it exactly mean? A statute of limitations governs the amount of time an individual has to file a lawsuit in civil court against an individual or… Read More »

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Statute of Limitations Explained

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Personal injury law has a variety of defenses that dictate if a claim may be brought at all, or alternatively, if the plaintiff’s recovery may be reduced. For example, a plaintiff might fail to establish a claim for negligence in their case because they lack one of the elements required to prove the defendant… Read More »

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