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What Is A Consortium Claim In A Florida Personal Injury Case? This claim allows the uninjured spouse to recover money damages from the at-fault party. A consortium claim can only be filed with a companion injury claim.
What Is A Premises Liability Claim In Florida? When someone gets injured by a dangerous issue or occurrence on someone else’s property that is known as a premises liability claim. Premises liability cases always deal with a dangerous condition on someone's property.
You Can Have A Traumatic Brain Injury Without Having A Fractured Skull You can cause brain injury with a lot less force than it takes to cause a fractured skull. Oftentimes after an accident a client will begin having issues with memory loss, cognitive decline, and trouble coming up with common words.
Which Law Enforcement Agencies Investigate Car Accidents In Florida? Most of the accidents that we see are investigated by the Florida Highway Patrol. The reason why Florida Highway Patrol troopers investigate accidents with fatalities and serious injuries, is because they typically have more significant training in crash scene investigation and accident reconstruction.
How A Pre-Existing Condition and Affect a Florida Personal Injury Case A pre-existing condition becomes an issue is when a plaintiff isn’t honest about it. It is always important to tell your doctors, your attorney, and opposing counsel the truth about pre-existing conditions.
Why At-Fault Drivers Won't Directly Pay Your Medical Bills Clients come to us after they’ve been involved in an accident and want to know why they are receiving medical bills for a car accident that they didn’t cause.
Are Hospital Bills After A Florida Accident Negotiable? Hospitals would usually rather get some type of payment than nothing at all.
What Is The Alcohol Defense In A Florida Personal Injury Case? Plaintiff in a civil case can’t recover any money from a defendant, if at the time of the accident, the plaintiff was impaired by alcohol or drugs and that impairment made the plaintiff more than 30% responsible for causing the accident.
What are Intangible Damages? Intangible damages include pain and suffering. Pain and suffering can include a variety of things such as the inconvenience of the accident, disability or impairment, and any mental anguish caused by the accident and your injuries or loss of enjoyment of life.
What is a General Release? A general release is something that a defendant or an insurance company will want a plaintiff to sign when they receive a settlement.
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