Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Everyone should have uninsured motorist coverage because it protects you against an accident where the at-fault party can’t afford to cover your medical expenses. Florida law requires that everyone who drives in this state have at least $10,000 in bodily injury coverage. This means that if you or a loved one is hit by another […]

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Evidence From the Scene

If you’re involved in a car, truck, or motorcycle accident be sure to take photos and/or video at the scene of the accident. Most of the time, visual evidence of the accident scene is very limited in trial cases, but have huge impact on trial. Juries are made up of everyday people from all walks […]

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Insurance Companies Make Billions Every Year

In 2018 alone, State Farm grossed over 18 billion dollars. Whatever insurance company handles your auto insurance probably made a similar amount of money last year. You have likely paid thousands of dollars to this company for decades. Now you have been in an accident. This is why you paid all of that money, for […]

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Slip and Fall Basics

Businesses have a duty to warn customers of unknown hazards. This would include puddles of any kind, broken steps, obstructed walkways., etc. If they don’t warn you and you or someone you know is hurt because that business didn’t warn you or them, they’re liable to pay for any injury sustained. These types of injuries […]

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Missing Work Because Of Your Injuries

Many people find that they have to take off of work to get medical treatment for the injuries they received during the accident. This time spent getting medical treatment can take away from vacation time, overtime pay, sick leave, a chance at a promotion, or could potential cause the person to lose their job. All […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury Cases

Accidents that cause a traumatic brain injury are some of the most difficult injuries a person and their family could ever experience. Traumatic brain injuries (or TBI) have a wide range of symptoms. They can be as minor as a concussion or as devastating as placing the person in a lifelong comma. These injuries have […]

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