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How Does Medical Malpractice in Florida Work?

How Does Medical Malpractice in Florida Work?

Medical malpractice cases can be emotional for everyone involved. At a time when you or a loved one believed you were getting appropriate medical care, your medical providers let you down, possibly making things worse. If you believe you or a loved one have been a...
What Are My Workers Comp Rights?

What Are My Workers Comp Rights?

Workers compensation, or workers comp, refers to insurance that most employers are required to carry for all of their W-2 employees. Its purpose is to cover lost wages and medical expenses for employees who become injured or ill in the workplace as a result of their...
Who is Liable in a Truck Accident?

Who is Liable in a Truck Accident?

Accidents involving commercial trucks can cause great harm due to a truck’s size, weight and cargo. Liability is highly complex in truck accidents compared with passenger car accidents, with their own unique set of laws and challenges. If you have been involved in an...
Frequently Asked Questions About Pedestrian Accidents

Frequently Asked Questions About Pedestrian Accidents

In the United States, a pedestrian dies in an accident every 88 minutes. Many other people, including pedestrians and the drivers involved, sustain injuries. Roughly half of the deaths occur in just five states, and Florida leads the pack. If you live in Florida, you...
How Can Semi Truck Accidents Be Avoided?

How Can Semi Truck Accidents Be Avoided?

When you are driving on the road, one of the biggest threats to your safety are collisions with 18-wheel commercial trucks. Each year, around 500,000 semi-truck crashes occur. About 20 percent of those involve injuries and approximately 1 percent involve fatalities —...
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