HARRY REID AND YOU

HARRY REID AND YOU

9th Jul 2019 Comments Off on HARRY REID AND YOU in Blog, Personal Injury

Harry Reid, the former Senate Majority, made headlines for something other than politics. He sued the manufacturer of an exercise band for negligence and failure to warn the public that […]

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Independence Day Safety Tips

July 4this almost here and Americans all across the United States will likely be gathering to view the holiday’s most anticipated entertainment: fireworks. While fireworks are a lot of fun, […]

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Not-So-Independent Medical Examinations

What are Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)?  During your personal injury case, an Independent Medical Examination may be requested of you and its findings may be used. An IME is an […]

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Don’t Drive Distracted

There’s a problem on Florida’s roads. In 2018, according to the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (HSMV), there were 1,671 citations given by law enforcement for distracted driving. In 2015, […]

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Safety Checks

When it comes to making New Year’s resolutions, personal injury needs to be on your list. Here are five easy things you can do in 2019, and all five can […]

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Asset Protection

When you visualize “asset protection” do you think about hiding money in your mattress? Maybe offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands? Or do you simply think it doesn’t apply to […]

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The Insurance Company Game Part II

The Insurance Company Game Part II

20th Dec 2018 Comments Off on The Insurance Company Game Part II in Personal Injury

In part one of this series I discussed tactics the insurance company uses to limit the dollar amount of your claim and gave you moves you can make to increase […]

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The Insurance Company Game Part I

You’ve been with the same insurance company for several years and in some cases decades. You paid your premiums on time and have never filed a claim until your accident. […]

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Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida

Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida

25th Sep 2018 Comments Off on Open and Obvious Doctrine in the State of Florida in Personal Injury

The Open and Obvious Doctrine is a defense that property-owners use to prevent you from receiving compensation for your injuries even if the owner may be at fault. The Open […]

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Injured At A Business, Now What?

Can you prove liability after a slip and fall accident? Florida law defines specific incidents where an owner is responsible for a fall that occurs on their property. To hold […]

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