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Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations to file a wrongful death case varies from state to state. As of 2019 in Florida, the statute of limitations for wrongful death is within two years of the date of death in the majority of cases. Additionally, the Florida Statutes section...

Traumatic Brain Injuries | Are They Common?

Traumatic Brain Injuries | Are They Common?

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is typically caused by a violent jolt or blow to the head or body. An object penetrating brain tissue may also result in a TBI; If a shattered fragment of skull is forced into brain tissue, it could cause a traumatic brain injury. Around...

Rear-End Collisions in Florida | What You Need To Know

Rear-End Collisions in Florida | What You Need To Know

One of the most common types of car accidents on American highways are rear-end collisions. Unfortunately, there have only been a growing number of potential distractions, like GPSs and cell phone screens, that could cause a driver to look away from the road and cause...

Tips to Build a Strong Motorcycle Accident Case

Tips to Build a Strong Motorcycle Accident Case

Some of the most difficult types of cases to litigate are often motorcycle accident cases. Motorcycle accident cases are often extremely complicated due to the nature of the types of injuries involved, the mechanics of the accident itself, and various elements that...

Boating Accidents: When to File a Report

Boating Accidents: When to File a Report

One of the most popular places in the world for boating is Florida. Visitors and residents of this coastal state need to be aware of applicable boating laws in order to make it a safe activity for everyone out on the water. If an accident were to occur, you should be...

The Importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage

The Importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage

Automobile insurance isn’t exciting. However, it’s important to have a basic understanding of your coverage options and what they entail. The two coverages that Florida law mandates all drivers to have are Property Damage Liability and Personal Injury...

4 Reasons Insurance Companies May Deny Injury Claims

4 Reasons Insurance Companies May Deny Injury Claims

Florida law mandates that drivers must carry $10,000.00 in PIP coverage, or personal injury protection. Florida is a “no-fault” state, which means that if a car accident happens and injuries occur, all injured parties must go through their own car...

10 Things To Do After An Auto Accident

10 Things To Do After An Auto Accident

Most people drive a vehicle every day, whether it's to and from work or for running errands; driving is an essential part of life. Unfortunately, even the safest of drivers sometimes get into accidents. If you find yourself in a car accident, it may be a shocking...

What Happens If My Personal Injury Claim Goes To Court?

What Happens If My Personal Injury Claim Goes To Court?

The Florida court system can feel quite daunting for somebody who hasn’t gone through the process before. It’s important to have a basic understanding of how the Florida court system works if it becomes necessary to file a lawsuit in your personal injury...