13 Sep

noteworthy personal injury lawsuits

In the American justice system, if you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you have the legal right to sue for monetary compensation (as long as you are still within the statute of limitations). Many people with “minor” injuries do not […]

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20 Apr

difference between a civil and a criminal trial

At the time this blog was written, the entire country is on verdict watch, awaiting the decision of the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial. There have been many trials over the course of the years that have attracted the attention of […]

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17 Feb

Florida no-fault law repeal

The short answer? Yes. On Monday, February 15, Florida senators approved a bill that would do away with the state’s longstanding no-fault auto insurance system. The bill is known as SB 54, and while it is not yet law, it is much […]

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4 Feb

Super Bowl-related injuries

The Super Bowl is one of the American public’s favorite events of the year. For the football fans, even those whose team didn’t make it in, the annual championship game of the National Football League held in February is a chance to […]

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16 Nov

rising covid cases in Florida affecting personal injury

It might be hard to believe it, but we are less than 50 days from the start of a brand-new year. It has been a little over 8 months since Friday, March 13th 2020, which was just two days after the WHO […]

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5 Aug

hiring a car accident attorney in a pandemic

Florida is not exempt from the stay at home orders being issued due to the Covid-19 crisis. As business interruptions, closures, and event cancellations continue while we navigate each phase of the reopening process, you may be wondering whether your legal claims […]

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20 Jul

empty courtroom Miami coronavirus

The immediate future of the court system is, due to COVID-19, uncertain – just like everything else in Florida in 2020. While other states like Oregon have eased restrictions and begun holding jury trials again, Florida is seeing a sharp increase in […]

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23 Jun

electric scooters tampa

Just over one year ago, on June 18th, 2019, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill (HB 453) that legalized electric scooters in Florida. The law went into effect immediately, and while this law and its effects are still “new”, the electric […]

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15 Jun

summer teen driving accidents Florida

Across the United States, COVID-19 quarantine restrictions are lifting by various degrees – in some states, like New Mexico, Massachusetts, and Maryland, stay at home advisories are still in place, but in other states, like Florida, it’s almost easy to forget that […]

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14 May

personal injury news

Did you know that you could win a large financial award in a settlement with a personal injury lawyer? Let’s look at three real personal injury cases settled in 2020 that show just how much you stand to gain with representation! When […]

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