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Do You Know About Attorney-Client Privilege and Your Work Email?

According to the Middle District Court of Florida, emails from an attorney to their client that make their way to or through a client’s work email address may LOSE the attorney-client privilege, and therefore, would be ‘discoverable’ should the case end up in court.  If your personal injury or wrongful death case is one that…

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What Are the Main Causes of a Slip and Fall Accident?

Slip and falls are one of the most common accident types, resulting in many emergency room visits each year. When you’re involved in a slip and fall, you can suffer from minor injuries like bruises and scrapes as well as major injuries, such as broken bones or injuries that require surgery. To better understand what…

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3 Things to Know Before Filing an Insurance Dispute

Dealing with insurance companies is never fun, especially when you are disputing a claim. But, there are many things that can go wrong during a claim process. If you are looking to dispute an insurance claim, there are things you should know before moving forward. Know what type of dispute you’re filing You may be…

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Is a Doctor Liable When There is a Misdiagnosis?

We trust our doctors with our lives. When we feel pain or uncertainty about our overall well-being, we visit a doctor to find out what’s wrong. But what if that doctor tells us the wrong thing and it leads us down a path to even more health problems? Can you hold that doctor liable for…

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How Can the Statute of Limitations Affect my Accident Claim?

A statute of limitations sets a deadline by which a lawsuit must be filed or the right to file a lawsuit for the accident/incident is lost forever. In Florida, the statute of limitations for a “general negligence” claim is four years, meaning that a person involved in an accident can only file a lawsuit within…

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What are the Main Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Florida?

With warm weather and sunshine year-round, Floridians often want to spend all of their time outdoors — including their time on the road. So, it makes sense that motorcycles are a common mode of transportation here. But, while they provide a seemingly fun and breezy alternative to driving a car, motorcycles can be extremely dangerous…

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Who can be held liable in a Bicycle Accident?

Bicycle accidents can be extremely dangerous. Without the protective barriers of a car or truck, an accident involving a cyclist can cause extended injuries and lawsuits. But when a biker is hit, or loses control due to a distracted driver or lane change, who is at fault? When the motorist is at fault Hitting someone…

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5 Top Tips for Avoiding Accidents on the Road

We look forward to getting our driver’s licenses from a young age, counting down the days until our 16th birthday comes around and we finally get that shiny car allowing us to take control of the road. But with that shiny new car comes a lot of responsibility. No matter what age we are or…

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Why do we celebrate Memorial Day?

Our Memorial Day Holiday is the way that our country reflect’s upon and remembers the many people that have died while serving in our country’s armed forces.  In earlier Memorial celebrations in our country,  we gathered to recognize and celebrate nationalism in a way that brought us together during times of sacrifice and the pain of having…

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Wearing a helmet while riding may mean the difference between life and death. But did you know that Florida repealed its universal helmet law in 2000? In Florida, if you are over the age of 21 and have at least $10,000 of Medical Payment coverage, you may legally ride or operate a motorcycle without a…

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