Category Archives: General
When you are involved in a car or truck accident to which law enforcement responds, the attending officer or officers should generate a police report. Though you may not be thinking clearly directly after the incident, you should, if possible, remember to request a copy of the report. If you fail to do so—which,… Read More »
Companies and organizations use liability waivers all the time. A gym might use a liability waiver to release itself of liability should a member be harmed by a piece of equipment. A little league organization might use a waiver to protect itself from assuming financial responsibility should a participant sustain an injury during play…. Read More »
Unfortunately, if you were injured by a medical professional in Florida, you need to do a lot more than draft and file a complaint. Because there is so much as stake in medical malpractice cases, the state of Florida requires accident victims to prove their damages via a “certificate of merit,” which is essentially… Read More »
Accidents rarely come with forewarning, so when they do happen, victims are often left with a lot of unanswered questions. How are they supposed to pay their medical bills? WHO pays for their medical bills? What happens when they cannot work? If they want to file a personal injury claim, how and when should… Read More »
What Is The Likelihood That Your Car Accident Case Will Go To Trial, And What Does Trial Mean For You?
Despite common belief, just because you file a legal claim with the court system does not mean that you will have to go to trial. In fact, it is rare for civil claims to go to court at all. If the two parties can come to an agreement via negotiations and/or mediation, the matter… Read More »
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