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Employer’s Liability for Work-Related Car Accidents in Florida

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If you are reading our blog, you probably know what happens when you are involved in a car crash in your personal vehicle. But what happens when you get injured in a car accident while working and driving a company vehicle? If you are driving a company car as part of your job duties… Read More »

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How to Seek a Property Damage Claim When a Car Accident Didn’t Result in Injuries?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Most insurance claims after car accidents are made by those who sustained an injury in the crash. When someone is injured by another person or entity because of their negligence, they can file a personal injury claim to seek compensation for their injury. In Florida, you do not even have to prove that the… Read More »

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Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Give a Recorded Statement to Your Insurance Company

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Following a car crash or another accident in which you were injured in Miami, you will most likely be contacted by your insurance company. The insurer will ask you to give them a recorded statement to discuss what happened to you and how your injury occurred. Giving a Recorded Statement is a Mistake Giving… Read More »

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4 Elements of Negligence in Florida’s Personal Injury Law

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If you have been injured because of someone else’s fault and think that you only need to prove that the other party was negligent to recover damages, you are wrong. Under Florida’s personal injury law, there are four elements of negligence that must be established in order to obtain compensation for your injuries. For… Read More »

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How to Prove Negligent Security Measures and Recover Damages from a Property Owner in Florida?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

If you were injured due to someone else’s criminal act, suing the person who committed the crime for damages may not be the best option for most victims. This may be true regardless of whether the criminal who caused your injury was found and arrested or not. Another problem that you may encounter when… Read More »

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Do You Need an Expert Witness to Testify in Your Personal Injury Case?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

Each personal injury case is unique, and fault may not be immediately clear after you get injured. For this reason, you may need an expert witness to testify in your personal injury case. However, when the other party’s fault is clear, and they or their lawyer is not trying to put the blame on… Read More »

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Exceptions to Florida’s Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

When it comes to filing a personal injury claim in Florida, timing is everything. You lose your right to file a lawsuit if you fail to initiate the legal process within the applicable time limit. In Florida, the statute of limitations for negligence-based personal injury claims is four years. However, just because the statute… Read More »

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Do You Need a Product Liability Attorney for Your Asbestos Exposure Lawsuit?

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

For decades, thousands of companies and manufacturers ignored warning signs of mesothelioma and exposed millions of Americans to asbestos. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure, you need to understand your legal rights and need someone who will protect your rights and fight for the compensation… Read More »

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Traffic Deaths More Common After Shifting to Daylight Saving Time, a Study Suggests

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

A new study suggests that traffic deaths are more common in the U.S. immediately following the shift to Daylight Saving Time. But why does setting our clocks forward one hour cause more fatal traffic accidents in the country? Traffic fatalities are more likely to occur in Florida and across the U.S. after clocks spring… Read More »

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8 Most Dangerous Jobs in Florida Based on the Number of Occupational Deaths

By Pita Weber & Del Prado |

While anyone, even an office worker, can get injured at work, the risk of injury is substantially higher for certain jobs. On-the-job accidents include slip and falls, electrocution, exposure to dangerous chemicals and substances, falls from heights, injuries caused by defective or malfunctioned products, assault, physical violence, and many more. A recent investigation by… Read More »

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