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Trampoline Parks -What You Need To Know

Trampoline parks are popping up all over the place.  While we all want to allow our children to enjoy themselves in many forms of exercise, we can’t always predict the outcome of an event that may end in an injury.  Trampoline parks have what insurance underwriters call ‘known risks’–in other words, injuries will be a…

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Are there Dog Bite Laws in Florida?

Dogs are great companions. In fact, we love dogs so much, our dog Dexter is Allen Law’s own mascot! But sometimes, when dogs are trained incorrectly or when they are scared and vulnerable, they can lash out at humans and bite. If a dog bites you, Florida has laws in place to protect you. Florida…

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Top 5 Most Common Personal Injury Claims

One would think that this is a huge variety of claims that a Personal Injury Lawyer in Gainesville might experience, but it’s actually not the case.  While each case is different with respect to injury or personal experience, there are really 5 common cases that we tend to excel in. Motor Vehicle Accidents Whether it’s…

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What Happens After The Claims Process Is Finalized?

It is common in personal injury claims that the negotiation of the value of your case does not begin until you are finished with any medical treatment and all of your injuries and damages have been identified, evaluated and addressed. The claim process begins when the claim is first reported, and the end of this…

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Why Do I Have a Health Lien/Medpay Lien?

  There are several reasons that liens exist from medical bills for  treatment after your auto accident.  Because Personal Injury Protection (PIP) pays at the most 80% of any accident-related treatment, most people want their own health insurance to pay the balance so that the hospital or provider does not continue billing the balance each…

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How Long Does the Claim Process Take?

When you’ve had an auto accident, the claim process can be more stressful than the actual event. There are lot of different factors and people involved and often, the insurance companies can take longer than necessary to process a claim. So, how long does it actually take? It depends. What is the claim? An insurance…

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How Much Can I Expect to Receive From a Personal Injury Claim?

Injuries can occur to anyone at any time. When they do, necessary medical treatment, loss of income, pain, and unexpected suffering can occur as a consequence. What can someone expect to recover in a settlement if they choose to hire an attorney? While there is no specific formula, the steps and process can certainly be…

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What is a Negligent Security Claim?

Negligent security claims occur when someone is injured on another property due to a lack of security. In Florida, those who own property are expected to provide the appropriate measures to keep people safe while they are on the property. Failure to do so can result in a negligent security claim. What are some examples…

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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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