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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.
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.
Don’t Lose Hope if Your Potential Florida Personal Injury Case has Been Turned Down by a Lawyer Even if a few attorneys have turned you down it is possible that the right attorney for your case is out there. There are several reasons why an attorney would turn down a case.
Why the Particular Language Used in a Personal Injury Release Really Matters? We always make sure the wording in the release is clear and states that we are only releasing this specific defendant from any more legal obligations.
What is Umbrella Automobile Insurance Coverage? Umbrella coverage is the cadillac of car insurance. It is typically offered to people who have a lot of money and assets and have maxed out the rest of the insurance coverage.
What is a Motion to Compel in a Florida Personal Injury Case? A motion to compel is typically filed during the discovery process. The discovery process is when both parties get to request information from each other to determine what the case is about or basically seeing what information the other party has about the case that you might not know about.
What is a Request for Production in a Florida Personal Injury Case? When two parties can’t come to an agreement on a settlement a lawsuit is filed. Once that lawsuit is filed the discovery process begins. During the discovery process both parties can file a request for production.
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.
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.
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