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What Types of Damages are Available in a Car Accident Case?
Published: January 7, 2021
Different Types of Damages In a Car Accident. After the initial questions about what medical treatment to seek and where to seek it, the first question our clients usually ask is this: what types of damages can I recover from the at-fault party in a car wreck? Like many legal issues, the answer depends on
Good Riddance 2020 – What’s on the Horizon for 2021?
Published: December 30, 2020
  Dumpster fire or you can call it what you will – some people just call it “2020.” I don’t think I need to explain to anyone how horrible this year has been from a productivity standpoint, not to mention the fact that we all have been basically fighting for our lives and well-being trying
What You Need to Know Before Choosing a Daycare in Florida.
Published: December 19, 2020
Our children are the most important thing in our lives, and we are programmed to protect them from harm as job number one. When both parents are employed full time there is often a struggle with the idea of locating and screening a good daycare. This can be a daunting task for parents and downright
What Is UM Coverage And Why Is It Important?
Published: December 18, 2020
It is a common situation for most personal injury attorneys in Florida. A client is seriously injured in a car accident, that was not their fault, and has significant ongoing problems and medical treatment. Perhaps they cannot work or carry on the activities of daily living. So they can sue the person that hit them
What is Tort Law?
Published: December 15, 2020
THE TORT LAW There are three broad areas that define the rights of private citizens’ dealings with each other. The First is Property Law This area of the law defines the rights of the people to own, use, and exclude others from using property—whether that be land (real property), things (personal property), or even ideas