20 May

Average Payout for Florida Personal Injury Claim


For victims of a personal injury in Florida, it’s important to consider the value of a personal injury claim. Settlements vary. However, the value of a claim may be averaged based off of other personal injury settlements.
 

02 Dec

Common Activities for Florida Winter Injuries


Common winter injuries in Florida include anything from bruising to back pain and more. These injuries occur during a variety of activities. Despite the fact that winter is much more mild in Florida than in other states, individuals experience a number of injuries from car accidents, house decorating, and holiday hosting.

01 Dec

Why Does It Take So Long to Receive My Check After Settling My Case?


While your legal case may be settled, your settlement check often must travel through an extensive process before it is in your hands. The release of the check only occurs after your lawyer has verified possible liens, outstanding paperwork, and health insurance. Every case is different and depends on the type of case, whether personal injury or workers’ compensation.

09 Oct

What to Know About Product Liability Law


When a product fails and causes injury, it’s likely that the people involved in manufacturing the product can be held liable for their part in the breakdown. Product liability attaches liability to the manufacturer, seller, and distributor. In some cases, the suppliers and retailers can be held responsible for product failure.

While product liability is very broad, generally the law is limited to products that are considered a tangible personal property.

27 Jul

Don’t Believe These Personal Injury Myths


Personal injury myths keep many people with valid injuries from pursuing their rights under the law. Knowing what is true and false about personal injury law can ensure that if you or a loved one suffer an injury that you can seek legal justice and damages.


Avoid believing the following myths and seek your rights under the law.

24 Mar

Common Work Injuries


Every year, common work injuries prevent employees from clocking their normal hours. The U.S. Bureau of Labor reports that there are over a million work-related injuries or illnesses each year. That’s nearly one injury for every hundred full-time workers.

Common work injuries are most often due to overexertion or a slip and fall. These accidents are usually fairly mild, but the corresponding injuries can keep workers out of the workplace for days, weeks, or months. This has a negative impact on businesses, their employees, and their employees’ livelihoods.

02 Oct

Fact vs. Fiction About Personal Injury Law


When injured in an accident, many people are unsure of just what to do. You may hear warnings from well-intentioned friends or family warning you against contacting a lawyer for advice. This is often because people are simply misinformed about the truth when it comes to personal injury law.

Below we separate the facts from the fiction about three main topics people tend to get wrong.