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What is a Motion to Enforce Settlement in a Florida Personal Injury Case? A motion to enforce settlement can occur when an insurance company convinces someone to accept an offer for their injuries.
Why Photos Are So Critical To Proving Trip & Fall And Slip & Fall Cases In the state of Florida, the law actually states the property owner only has to pay for the injured parties medical expenses if the property owner is proven to be at fault for the slip and fall or trip and fall. If the property owner is not found to be at fault they are in no way obligated to pay for any medical expenses.
What is a Motion in a Florida Civil Case & How is it Used? A motion is a written or oral request for a judge to make a ruling about some aspect of the case. Once a motion is filed with the court, a hearing is scheduled so both parties can meet with the judge and argue their side of the case.
The Number One Defense Used By Insurance Companies In Slip and Fall And Trip And Fall Cases In the state of Florida, the law actually states the property owner only has to pay for the injured parties medical expenses if the property owner is proven to be at fault for the slip and fall or trip and fall.
How Much Does it Cost to Hire an Attorney for a Florida Personal Injury Case? Many personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. This means once the attorney offers to represent you they are assuming all of the upfront costs.
Three Tips to Improve Your Chances for a Successful Hurricane Insurance Claim in Florida Since hurricane season is now in full swing we wanted to take this time to discuss a few things you can do to make the submission of your hurricane insurance claim go a lot smoother.
What is the Statute of Limitations on Florida Trip and Fall and Slip and Fall Cases? You have a small window of opportunity to file a lawsuit to get your medical expenses paid for and to receive financial compensation for your pain and suffering.
Beware Ignoring Medical Payment Liens at the end of a Florida Personal Injury Case! Medical Payments is a supplemental automobile insurance coverage. It pays medical bills that Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage doesn't pay. If your insurance company pays Medical Payments benefits it will generally expect to be reimbursed out of any personal injury settlement you acheive.
What is Workers Compensation Immunity in Florida? Employees face a very difficult burden of proof against their employers if they to collect any damages over and above Workers Compensation.
How do Florida Product Liability or Defective Product Cases Work? Product liability claims can involve a wide variety of goods - from simple tools, household appliances, prescription drugs, and more. Any product that is dangerous or defective and causes a serious injury can qualify.
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