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Monthly Archives: August 2019

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What Is Loss of Consortium?

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If you and your family are unfortunate enough to experience an accident or the loss of a loved one, it is common knowledge that you may be able to try and bring suit to seek compensation. However, the issue of what you are permitted to seek compensation for can be confusing, depending on the… Read More »

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Spotting Florida Funeral Home Negligence

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Losing a loved one can be a surprise, or it can be the end of a long process. Either way, the funeral and handling of the remains can be a cumbersome and emotionally exhausting time for the family, and most need all the help they can get. If, instead, they are faced with negligence… Read More »

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Are Damage Caps Coming Back?

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Historically, many states have placed a cap – an artificial limit – on the amount of intangible damages that an injured plaintiff can collect from a defendant in certain types of personal injury cases. Florida was formerly one of those states, having a cap on intangible (also called non-economic) damages in medical malpractice cases…. Read More »

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How To Avoid Drowning Accidents This Florida Summer

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Swimming is one of the most common and beloved activities for a Florida summer, but it is not without its dangers, especially for young children. Whether in a swimming pool, at a beach, or off a boat, drowning can and does happen very quickly, and if a drowning accident happens due to the negligence… Read More »

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What Is Funeral Home Negligence?

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Funeral homes are businesses, just like any other, and as such, sometimes they will make mistakes. Billing errors or minor slip-ups with time are common, but sometimes errors will be far more egregious. When these types of mistakes happen with someone’s visitation or funeral, they may rise to the level of negligence, which is… Read More »

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Florida Recreational Use Laws

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When a property owner opens their land to public use, they would normally be held liable to every person who is injured on that land. However, Florida and many other states have what are called recreational land statutes, which provide somewhat more protection for landowners in this position. If you are injured on land… Read More »

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Collisions With Uninsured Motorists in Florida

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Most of the time, when you are in an auto accident, Florida’s no-fault system is able to cover your medical bills and costs. However, if the person who struck you does not have no-fault insurance, being compensated for your injuries can get much more complex. In some situations, it may be a good idea… Read More »

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