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Summer In Florida Can Be Dangerous

By Rinaldo Law Group |

There is so much to do in the Sunshine State during summertime that it might be understandable that accidents happen. From the beach, to the boardwalk, to the bike path, summer fun can unfortunately end in tragedy, which can be extra painful if it happens due to the negligence of another person. It is… Read More »

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Changes In Court May Make Your Case Harder To Win

By Rinaldo Law Group |

In late June, the Florida Supreme Court made a significant change to the Florida Evidence Code, which is the law that governs which types of evidence are admissible at trial or not. The testimony of expert witnesses counts as ‘evidence’ in many types of trials, particularly personal injury cases like car accidents and medical… Read More »

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Fractured Bones Can Cause Long-Term Disability

By Rinaldo Law Group |

If you sustain a broken bone in any kind of accident, it is very common to write it off as a minor injury, given that so many breaks heal with just immobilization. However, some fractures can cause serious long-term injuries, especially if they are not handled appropriately. If you have sustained broken bones because… Read More »

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Wrongful Death In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

It may seem cold to think about bringing a wrongful death claim when you have just lost a loved one, even though their passing was due in theory to someone else’s negligence. However, there are some situations where it may be necessary – the deceased person might have been your family’s breadwinner, leaving you… Read More »

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When Your Child Has Been Injured In Florida

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Your child being seriously injured is every good parent’s worst nightmare, and if it happens in your family, it can be very easy to panic. However, if your child has been harmed due to another person’s negligence, it is important that they be held accountable, both for your own peace of mind and also… Read More »

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What Is Loss of Consortium?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

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

By Rinaldo Law Group |

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?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

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

By Rinaldo Law Group |

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?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

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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