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  • The Five Elements Of A Negligence Case
    The Five Elements Of A Negligence Case

    Each year, thousands of Americans are involved in injury-related incidents, many from drug overdoses and other poisonings, motor vehicle crashes, and falls. To obtain compensation for their wounds, ...

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  • Filing a Lawsuit for a Personal Injury Claim in Florida
    Filing a Lawsuit for a Personal Injury Claim in Florida

    The personal injury claims process in Florida can be lengthy and complex, but a reputable personal injury attorney can walk you through the process and help you understand the legal challenges ahead ...

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  • Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer
    Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer

    When you are injured by the fault of another, you almost always have the right to file a lawsuit against the negligent party for damages. When seeking compensation from the at-fault party, it is smart ...

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  • How Do You Prove Someone Was Negligent in a Personal Injury Case?
    How Do You Prove Someone Was Negligent in a Personal Injury Case?

    Personal injury lawsuits are all about finding the person whose negligence caused your injuries and making sure they compensate you. Succeeding in a personal injury lawsuit, however, is hard work. To ...

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  • Injured on My Property
    Injured on My Property

    Has a worker been injured on your property? If so, you are probably thinking about your responsibilities as a property owner and the possible legal actions by the injured worker. All property owners ...

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  • Second Florida Appellate Court Finds Cap on Noneconomic Damages Unconstitutional
    Second Florida Appellate Court Finds Cap on Noneconomic Damages Unconstitutional

    In November, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal found that the state’s legal caps on noneconomic damages – also known as pain and suffering – in medical malpractice personal injury cases were ...

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