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You Might be Held Liable if Your Name is on the Car TitleIf someone causes an accident in a vehicle that has your name on the title you could be held responsible.
What Happens to my Personal Injury Claim if I Declare Bankruptcy?If you are in the middle of a personal injury claim and decide to file bankruptcy, the personal injury claim will become the property of the bankruptcy trustee
Can I Bring a Florida Personal Injury Claim Against a Company in Bankruptcy?If the company has insurance then you simply file a waiver with the bankruptcy court notifying them that you are interested in pursuing a claim only against the business’s insurance policy and that you will accept a settlement equal to the insurance limits.
How do I Pursue a Claim if I was Injured in Florida but Live Somewhere Else?If you are injured while vacationing or visiting in Florida, you can file a lawsuit in Florida and you don’t even need to be here to do it.
What are Interrogatories in a Florida Personal Injury Case?Interrogatories are written questions that both parties can request each side answer in an effort to gather more information.
What is a Motion for Substitution of Counsel?The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that a client has the absolute right to terminate their contract with one attorney and hire another attorney.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage Could be Critical in a Florida Motorcycle Accident CaseUninsured motorist coverage doesn’t just cover medical bills like personal injury protection coverage and medical payments. It also covers pain and suffering, disfigurement and impairment – intangible damages which is why we highly recommend uninsured motorist coverage for motorcyclists.
Can a Landlord be Held Liable for a Tenant’s Dog in a Florida Dog Bite Case?Attorneys must consider when discussing any type of personal injury case with a new client is whether the at-fault person has insurance, access to insurance or assets.
What is an Emergency Medical Condition in a Florida Car Accident Case (and Why is it Important)?An EMC is essentially a serious injury that needs serious treatment right now. The only medical professionals that can diagnose an EMC are medical doctors, physicians, physician assistants, and some high level nurse practitioners.
Is a Florida Personal Injury Case Over Once a Jury Renders a Verdict?Oftentimes one of the parties will request a new trial. They may feel the judge made a mistake or something was omitted from the trial that they feel shouldn’t have been, and it cost them to lose the case.
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