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Options After A Dog Bite In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

According to statistics from 2019, approximately 63.4 million U.S. households own at least one dog. They can be a source of joy and comfort for the people that own and care for them. However, dog owners do have the responsibility to ensure their pet does not cause injury to another person, and if they… Read More »

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Private Pool Safety In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Because of Florida’s weather, swimming pools are open far longer than they might be in states up north, especially private pools where the homeowner can make the choice to take the cover off. However, while your backyard pool can be a great way to pass time and get exercise, especially as the COVID-19 pandemic… Read More »

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DUI In Civil Court

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Driving under the influence in Florida is a crime, and it is generally sentenced quite severely, especially if property is damaged or someone is injured. However, what many are unaware of is that regardless of the outcome of the criminal trial, you are able to file suit against a drunk driver after its conclusion,… Read More »

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Are Medical Malpractice Cases Difficult To Win In Florida?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Though different studies seem to argue for different specific numbers, it is generally the truth to state that the majority of civil cases in the United States are settled out of court, without making it to trial. As one might then expect, any case that goes to trial must be a good one, with… Read More »

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Florida’s No-Fault Auto Insurance System Explained

By Rinaldo Law Group |

For those who are new to the state of Florida, or those who have just received their drivers’ licenses, it may be a bit confusing that most of the time, if you are involved in an auto accident in Florida, you are not allowed to sue the other driver for their negligence even if… Read More »

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Been In An Accident With A Rideshare Car?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

In Tampa, rideshare services like Uber and Lyft have slowly become omnipresent, offering convenience for anyone who needs a ride. However, with more traffic on city roads comes more accidents, and the procedure if you have been in an accident involving a rideshare car is different than if you are in an accident with… Read More »

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Defining Wrongful Death In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

No one wants to lose a loved one, and if it happens abruptly, it can feel like a punch in the gut. However, it can sometimes be hard to define whether a person’s passing is a tragic, unavoidable accident or whether someone might possibly be responsible. If you believe that another person might have… Read More »

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Been In A Florida Motorcycle Accident?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida has a very high number of motorcycle riders, being in the top three in terms of states with the most motorcycles registered. With the frequency of motorcyclists and the events for bikers happening all over the state, however, this does mean that Florida sees a worryingly high number of motorcycle crashes. If you… Read More »

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Have You Been Injured By A Distracted Driver?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Distracted driving has been recognized as one of the most potentially dangerous behaviors that a driver can engage in on the road. If you have been in an accident involving a distracted driver, know that you do have options to try and recover for your medical bills and your other damages. If you can… Read More »

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Defining “Open & Obvious Dangers”

By Rinaldo Law Group |

The law of premises liability is related to negligence law, and it comes into play when an injury allegedly occurs because of some danger on a person’s land, or in their home or business. A property owner is generally held to owe a duty to exercise reasonable care for anyone (with some exceptions) who… Read More »

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