Auto Accident Damages – Florida’s Comparative Fault Law

In Florida, if you have been injured in an automobile accident, bicycle accident, motorcycle accident,by a dangerous product, or in virtually any other negligence action, your damages will be reduced by your own percentage of fault. This is called “comparative fault,” and is set forth in Florida Statutes. The concept of comparative fault is fairly… 
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Florida Dog Bite Injuries – When is the Owner Liable

Each state has it’s own dog bite laws. Today’s blog will address the topic as to whether or not a Florida dog owner is automatically liable for injuries to others as a result of a dog bite. Although my primary area of practice is to represent persons due to injuries from automobile accidents, I have… 
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Auto Accident Claims: Re-injuring a “Bad Back”

A common issue that arises in automobile accident claims is a new client that has been injured in an automobile accident, but also has a history of similar injuries or complaints in the past.  This raises a general question:  If someone with a preexisting history of treatment for a spinal injury is in an automobile… 
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