The Common Types Of Medical Malpractice

While medical providers are there to help us in our times of need, there are sadly times when they cause harm rather than help to a patient. Perhaps you or someone that you love has been adversely affected by a medical provider. If that is the case, then it is time that you seek justice and get the compensation you deserve. Medical malpractice is a type of law that needs skill, knowledge, and the resources and capability of a law firm that has lots of Read More +

Teach Your Teenagers The Importance Of Driving Safety

With the current world situation and pandemic going on around us, many teenagers are growing restless and craving to get out of the house and enjoy life once more. Even if your child drives safe on the roads and follows all of the traffic rules, just the fact that they may be spending more time than usual out on the highway could mean a higher risk of car accidents or other mishaps. Due to these reasons, now is a perfect time to sit them down Read More +

What Should I Look For In Hiring An Attorney To Represent Me In My Florida Auto Accident Case?

There are a number of ways you can find legal representation in Florida after your slip-and-fall case. First would be would talk to people who have been represented by an attorney for something similar. The Internet is a wonderful thing. Look for lawyers in your area who have also been handling cases of this kind. Some billboard lawyers, if you call them up, you will never talk to an attorney. You’ll talk to an investigator or a paralegal, but I think it’s important for a Read More +

If My Seatbelt Was Not Buckled When The Driver Of The Car I Was Riding In Caused An Accident That Injured Me, Can I Sue For Damages?

Q: If my seatbelt was not buckled when the driver of the car I was riding in caused an accident that injured me, can I sue for damages? A: Not wearing a seatbelt is not a bar to making your recovery for permanent injury. However, if there is an injury that would have been or could have been avoided if you were wearing your seatbelt, then the jury has a right to reduce some of the recovery based on that injury that could have been Read More +

I loaned my car to a friend who was involved in a Florida car accident. Am I liable if my friend was at-fault?

Q: I loaned my car to a friend who was involved in a Florida car accident. Am I liable if my friend was at-fault? Yes, as a matter of fact, you are liable. There’s something called the dangerous instrumentality rule which basically means if you own this 2000 pound piece of steel that flies down the road and 50, 60 miles per hour, you are equally responsible as the owner of the vehicle as well as the driver. So plan on having a claim made Read More +

What is liability insurance?

Q: What is liability insurance? A: Liability insurance is insurance that covers you in the event you’re in a car accident and you, in fact, are at fault. It prevents the injured party from going after your personal assets or your house or your salary, things like that. If you have car insurance and you have liability insurance, see if you can get the most insurance limits that you can reasonably afford. Nobody wants to be insurance-poor, but the minimum insurance in Florida for liability Read More +