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What Happens If My Car Is Involved In A Crash?

Let’s say you loan your car to your best friend. While driving your car, your friend is distracted by their cell phone and causes a car crash. That crash resulted in another person getting horribly injured. That horribly injured person hires an attorney to recover money for the injuries and sue both your friend and […]

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What is Defamation?

Simply put, defamation is when another person says things about you that causes you to lose money, reputation, etc. Florida law allows a person who has been damaged by another person’s defamatory language to recover money damages. Defamation is commonly broken into two separate categories: (1) libel and (2) slander. Libel is defamation but on […]

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What Happens If I Get Hit By A Baseball At A Game?

Spring is in the air and that means baseball is back in Florida again. Many people will get back in the stands, get a hotdog, some peanuts, and watch their favorite team hit balls out of the park. However, most people know that when batters hit baseballs travelling at 99 mph, those baseballs tend to […]

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What is Stacking v. Non-Stacking Coverage

There is a specific type of automobile insurance called, “uninsured motorist coverage.” (UM) This coverage will cover all of your losses (medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, etc.) if the person who caused the accident doesn’t have the money to pay for it. UM coverage is arguably the most important car insurance because it […]

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What Is Gap Insurance?

It’s that time again. You’ve worked hard, climbed the ladder, have a little extra money in your budget, and it’s time to get a new car. However, instead of buying a used car, this time you decide to treat yourself to a brand new car as a way to reward yourself for all your hard […]

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Who Sells The Best Car Insurance?

Good question. In our experience, most of the major car insurance brands like GEICO, State Farm, or Progressive are all about the same. For law firms who deal with these insurance companies, how those insurance companies treat our clients (their customers) is different from company to company. However, they’re not that different from one another. […]

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What Is PIP aka Personal Injury Protection?

If you live in the state of Florida and have car insurnace, you have Personal Injury Protection or PIP. What is PIP? What can you do with it? PIP is pretty handy insurance for car accidents because it’s available whether you’re at fault for the accident or not. PIP provides $10,000 for medical treatment you […]

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Is Getting Money Really Justice When Someone Gets Hurt?

Remember Humpty Dumpty? They could never put him back together again. No matter how hard the King’s horses and King’s men tried, Humpty was never the same again. While this nursery rhyme is a warning to be careful, it also illustrates a point that sometimes we get injured so badly, we’re never the same again […]

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Is There An Exception to Sovereign Immunity Caps?

For Florida Personal Injury Attorneys, it is well known that the statutory caps for personal injury cases against government entities is $200,000/$300,000. Fla. Stat. § 768.28(5). Anything more must be ratified by the State Legislature utilizing the claims bill process. Michigan Millers Mut. Ins. Co. v. Bourke, 607 So.2d 418 (Fla. 1992). Most attorneys and […]

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What If The Government Causes My Injury?

Let’s say John works for the City of Tampa and his job is to inspect buildings. Part of his job is, obviously, driving to the location to inspect the buildings. One day, John is looking at his cell phone and hits Jenny from behind and send her to the hospital for the afternoon. Jenny has […]

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