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Hiring An Attorney For Workers’ Comp

Workers’ compensation is specifically for people to get compensated for work-related injuries. While many claimants may represent themselves, they are also able to hire an attorney for a major claim. If there is a significant amount of money at stake, we highly recommend hiring a lawyer, because it will help you get the best possible… View Article

Home Insurance Claim Payments And How They Work

Most insurance policies cover four main items: Emergency repairs, primary repairs, loss of use, and personal property damage. These four types of coverage may be independently paid or bundled in one payment. In the case that the damage to your home required emergency repairs or rendered it uninhabitable (known as loss of use), you may… View Article

Personal Injury Attorney After A Motorcycle Accident

There are many reasons why motorcycle riding is so popular in the state of Florida: scenic views, the exhilarating thrill of the open road, easy parking, and speeding through traffic-clogged lanes. Unfortunately, the same reasons that make motorcycle riding so fun and thrilling are also what make it such a dangerous sport. Florida has one… View Article

What Happens In A Florida Cruise Ship Slip and Fall Accident

One of the most common ways passengers and crew members are injured on cruise ships are slip and fall accidents. There are many ways they can occur; an open deck, in a restaurant, by the pool, in bathrooms… Some common reasons for slip and falls on cruise ships include slippery deck surfaces, spilled substances, and… View Article

What To Know About Florida Dog Bite Laws

While dogs can be the most loyal companions, trusted friends, and lovable pets, there are times where they can cause accidents that have severe consequences. If an unexpected injury occurs, it is essential for potential plaintiffs to have a full understanding of their rights under Florida law. In this article, we will discuss liability for… View Article

Tips For Driving During Heavy Rains

Rainy season in Central Florida means a lot of heavy precipitation. Similar to how navigating other types of weather like snow and ice is an essential skill for drivers who live in colder climates, driving carefully in severe thunderstorms is a skill that is absolutely critical for Floridian motorists. As a Florida car accident law… View Article

Process Of Bankruptcy

If you’ve evaluated all the pros and cons of bankruptcy and decided to move forwards, you are headed towards a long and complex process. While Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy processes are different, below we discuss some general steps to give you an idea of the basic process.  General Bankruptcy Steps Here are some… View Article

Needing Personal Injury Protection (PIP) In Florida

Florida is what’s known as a “no-fault” state, which means that all drivers are required to have “Personal Injury Protection,” or PIP insurance. PIP is a kind of no-fault auto insurance that ensures injured drivers a certain amount of medical coverage. Accident victims in a no-fault state don’t have to establish fault for immediate compensation… View Article

Having To Co-Parent While Still Living Together

Divorce is complicated, and in some instances you may have to live in the same house while going through the divorce process. This can be especially tricky if you have children still living with you or younger children you need to parent. Read on to learn more about some tips on co-parenting while living together… View Article

Safety Tips If You Encounter A Wrong-Way Driver In Orlando

Any motorist cruising down the highway will probably feel extremely anxious and panicked if they spot two headlights zooming toward you in the same lane of traffic. Although this is luckily a rare situation to be in, AAA still reports some unfortunate trends on car accidents involving wrong-way driving. The number of fatal wrong-way auto… View Article