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Monthly Archives: March 2019

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Funeral Home Negligence & Wrongful Handling Of Remains

By Rinaldo Law Group |

The loss of a loved one is often the toughest day in a person’s life, and it is this deep sense of loss that drives a need for routine on the days afterward. If the funeral home makes major mistakes, or acts recklessly in handling your loved one’s remains, it can not only be… Read More »

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Do I Have A Negligent Security Claim?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

The concept of premises liability is that a landowner or business owner has a duty to safeguard the people who come onto the land or into the business from harm, to varying degrees. An offshoot of that area of law is called negligent security, and a negligent security claim can be brought against a… Read More »

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To Settle Or Not To Settle After A Car Crash?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

When you have been in an auto accident, sometimes all you want to do is heal, rather than focus on legalities and paperwork. In those situations, a settlement can look very appealing – however, it is important to evaluate any settlement offer through a wider lens, given that insurance companies are rarely altruistic. Sometimes… Read More »

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Recovering For Spinal Injuries in Florida

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The spinal cord is one of the most important organs in the human body, but paradoxically, it is also one of the most fragile. There are many ways that a spinal injury can occur in day-to-day life, and if it happens to you, the effects can be devastating. Recovering compensation for a spinal cord… Read More »

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Should I Give a Statement to the Insurance Company After a Car Accident?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Even safe and attentive drivers can still end up in a major car accident. According to Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), there are nearly 400,000 traffic collisions reported in Florida each year. Following a crash, injured victims should expect to receive a phone call or a letter from an insurance company representative…. Read More »

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Can I Hold a Florida Property Owner Liable for a Criminal Assault?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida businesses and Florida property owners have a duty to look out for the safety of customers and other guests. If you were attacked by a third party on someone’s else premises, you may be able to hold that negligent business or property owner liable for your injuries. Generally, this done through a type… Read More »

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Florida Leads U.S. In Unsafe Metro Areas For Pedestrians

By Rinaldo Law Group |

There are a lot of pedestrians in Florida, given its tourism numbers and its beautiful weather year-round. However, multiple studies have ranked Florida as a decidedly unsafe place to be a pedestrian. Whether due to the volume of traffic, to poor urban planning or something else, statistics have consistently ranked Florida as a less… Read More »

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What Are “Non-Economic” Damages?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

When you have been injured and decide to try and bring a personal injury suit for your medical bills, it is important to understand that the law requires you to specify the nature of your damages. Certain damages are tangible, and can be itemized just by checking lists. Others are more subjective and difficult… Read More »

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