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How Do Insurance Claims Work in Florida?
POSTED ON April 20, 2024

Insurance claims handle the bulk of all personal injury compensation in Florida. Without these claims, negligent drivers, property owners, and many more would be subject to crippling financial liability, and the court systems would become clogged with disputes.  Ultimately, most personal injury claims are based…

What Is the Collateral Source Rule in Florida?
POSTED ON April 15, 2024

The collateral source rule in Florida is a longstanding legal guideline that impacts many personal injury insurance claims. Its existence demonstrates that Florida injury compensation law values injury victims’ right to maximum compensation. Essentially, the rule protects injury claimants' damages from being reduced in certain…

In Florida, Is a Non-Compete Agreement Enforceable?
POSTED ON March 25, 2024

In the competitive world of business, companies may turn to a variety of methods to obtain an advantage over competitors, including preventing their employees from leaving and going to work for those competitors. This is the primary purpose of a non-compete agreement.   By restricting the…

Concussions & Vision Problems After a Car Accident
POSTED ON March 20, 2024

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identifies motor vehicle accidents as a common cause of traumatic brain injuries, including concussions. Not every car crash results in a concussion, but it can be difficult to know if you sustained one because the symptoms of a…

How to Spot Nursing Home Red Flags
POSTED ON February 15, 2024

Nursing home abuse and neglect are notoriously difficult to identify. Nursing home residents often suffer from physical or cognitive issues that limit their ability to report abuse or neglect. As a result, nursing home cases often rely on observations by visitors and whistleblowers. Nursing Home…