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Monthly Archives: May 2024


The Impact Of Vehicular Diminished Value

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Immediate concerns in the wake of a Florida car crash include physical injuries and vehicle repairs. While those two things are essential to attend to, there can also be other effects of a collision. For example, vehicular diminished value is a hidden financial consequence that many overlook. While your car may still be drivable… Read More »


Do I Have To Stay In FL After A Cruise Ship Injury?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Cruise ship vacations offer unforgettable experiences. But in addition to relaxation and adventure, some experience accidents or injuries onboard these large maritime vessels. Then, passengers may find themselves facing complex legal challenges, particularly if they live somewhere else and the incident takes place in Florida waters. Knowledgeable Miami personal injury lawyers have the skills… Read More »


Can I Refuse An Offer From An Insurance Adjuster?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Getting information from insurance adjusters after a Florida accident injury can be confusing. This is because while some companies have representatives that are truthful and forthright, others employ insurance adjusters who use strategies to pressure accident victims into accepting low settlement offers. One approach utilized by shifty adjusters is falsely claiming that a refusal… Read More »


Documentation For Proving Lost Income

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

The road to recovery after a Florida traffic accident can be fraught with physical, emotional, and financial challenges. Among these challenges, proving lost income can be part of securing rightful compensation. But even if you know you should receive lost wage compensation, merely asserting the loss of wages isn’t sufficient in the eyes of… Read More »


What To Do About Neck Pain After A Miami Traffic Accident

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Amid the flurry of exchanging information and assessing vehicle damage after a traffic accident, it’s easy to overlook subtle signs of discomfort. For example, an individual may downplay their neck pain as something that can be dealt with through taking over-the-counter medications and resting at home. While that home care is the appropriate treatment… Read More »


Handling Out-Of-Pocket Fees And Expenses

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

In the chaotic aftermath of a car accident, the last thing on your mind might be the myriad out-of-pocket expenses that can quickly accumulate. From medical bills to vehicle repairs, the big bills associated with a Florida collision may be top of mind, but smaller out-of-pocket fees can add up fast, too. Miami personal… Read More »


Pressure Tactics After A Car Accident

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Individuals injured in Florida car collisions may find themselves facing not only physical injuries but also the daunting task of negotiating with insurance adjusters. While some find discussions with an insurance adjuster to be smooth and helpful, it is important to recognize that there are situations where insurance companies employ pressure tactics in order… Read More »


Components Of A Pre-Suit Demand

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

When recovering from physical harm sustained in a car accident, you may find yourself grappling with an array of challenges, from mounting medical bills to lost wages. Putting your health first is key, but that often means connecting with the financial relief you need to pay for healthcare expenses. If you are in this… Read More »

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