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Do you have a premises liability case or not

Do you have a premises liability case or not? Posted on Mar 18, 2013 7:54pm EDT All property owners and lessors (those who lease their property to another) have the duty to keep their property (premises) in a reasonable safe condition, and to warn people who come on their property of potential hazards. If they […]

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You Are Not Just a Client, You’re Family

I know what you’re thinking – what does that mean and why should I care? If you were injured in any type of accident that wasn’t your fault, you should care whether your lawyer is Board Certified in Civil Trial Law. If you have had the terrible experience of losing a loved one due to […]

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Single Vehicle Collisions

Single vehicle collisions put a heavy burden on the trial lawyer to discover exactly what happened. There are many scenarios when there is a single car crash. Was it the driver? (i.e.drunk driver) This might not be the end of the story. If the driver was underage and was knowingly served by a bar, there […]

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Why do Floridians need more than full coverage

Why do I need more than “full coverage” in Florida Posted on Mar 7, 2013 2:35pm EST If you own a car in Florida you are mandated to carry two types of coverage. The first is property damage and the other is PIP (Personal Injury Protection). The minimum amount required for each is $10,000. Many […]

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Pedestrian accidents in Florida

Florida has one of the highest rates of pedestrian accidents in the Nation. Where you have high traffic density mixed with a large group of pedestrians, bad things are bound to happen. Many pedestrians are hit at night or in poor visibility conditions such as rain or fog. Some pedestrians are struck when they try […]

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New Bill Enacts Changes to PIP Insurance

New Bill Enacts Changes to PIP Insurance Posted on Mar 4, 2013 8:08pm EST According to the Florida Senate, a new bill recently revised the Florida Motor Vehicle No-Fault Law. Generally speaking, the law addressed issues related to Personal Injury Protection (PIP) under the No-Fault Law, along with laws related to PIP insurance fraud. The […]

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