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What is Negligence (in a Florida Personal Injury Case)? There are different ways to prove negligence. Some examples are accident reports, witnesses and expert witnesses or any other evidence we have collected.
How do Liens Affect a Personal Injury Case? Liens can have a big impact on a personal injury case and are not something that should be ignored or forgotten about.
Insurance Folks Criticize Personal Injury Lawyers Insurance companies would like to do away with personal injury lawyers so plaintiffs have no one to fight for them, and have to take whatever offer is given.
Turning Down Injury Cases With No Liability Insurance During our investigation, we sometimes discover the defendant doesn’t have any liability insurance. Once we realize this we must reach out to the client and tell them the hard truth.
What is Claims Index? Insurance companies all over the country are using a claim index that dates back to the 1980s. Whenever an insurance company pays out a claim – small medical bills, property damage claims, damaged roof claims, or large personal injury settlements – they report that to this index and it is tracked.
How Delaying A Recommended Surgery Affects Claim Value The last thing an insurance company wants to do is give a plaintiff a settlement claim for surgery costs and then the victim doesn’t have the surgery.
Here’s What You Must Prove in a Florida Personal Injury Case In order to have a successful personal injury case, a plaintiff must be able to prove three key elements – negligence, causation, and damages.
Possibility Vs. Probability Of Surgery Affects Claim Value If your doctor puts that a required surgery is “possible” then a Florida a jury isn’t going to reward you for the possibility of surgery.
Surprise! A Broken Bone Might Not Be A Permanent Injury Permanent injuries always have a huge impact on a case. Broken bones, however, aren’t necessarily considered a permanent injury.
Accident-Related Injury Treatment In The Time Of Coronavirus Winter Park personal injury attorney attorney Kim Cullen provides insight into how accident victims can acquire medical attention during Coronavirus.
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