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April 30, 2021If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Florida, then you may have to submit a claim for compensation with your insurer. This can lead to quite a surprise, however. Insurers routinely deny claims without reasonable legal justification for doing so — after all, they are fundamentally misaligned. Their profit margins are dependent on denying you rightful legal compensation, and so they will engage in underhanded tactics: delay, mismanagement of claims, and denial (lacking evidentiary justification) to pay out as little as possible.
Don’t Get Too Friendly With Insurers — Get an Attorney
April 16, 2021If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Florida, then it’s important that you seek medical assistance in a timely manner — even if it’s not clear whether you’ve actually sustained a serious injury. Failure to seek timely medical assistance could be a barrier to a full and adequate recovery of damages.
Do Not Delay in Seeking Medical Assistance After an Accident
March 31, 2021If you’ve been hurt in a car accident in Florida, then you may be entitled to significant damages as compensation for your injuries. “Who” you bring a claim against (e.g., the defendants) is fundamentally important to the lawsuit itself — it will influence the likelihood of success in the dispute, as well as how much compensation you can potentially claim.
5 Defendants to Sue in a Car Accident Case
February 26, 2021If you’ve been injured due to the medical malpractice of a healthcare professional, then you may be entitled to damages under Florida law. Suing and recovering for medical malpractice can be a challenge, however, and requires a comprehensive understanding of the many issues surrounding such claims.
Causation in Medical Malpractice Claims
February 12, 2021If you’ve been injured in a car accident in Florida, then you may be entitled to sue the liable defendant and recover compensation for your injuries. It’s important to understand, however, that there may be multiple defendants who contributed to your injuries — and it may not be immediately obvious who the liable parties are.