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Are Settlements Considered a Public Record?
POSTED ON July 20, 2023

According to a study by the U.S. Justice Department, only 3% of personal injury cases reach trial, with the vast majority settling. You will find similar statistics for business litigation and criminal prosecutions. A settlement is a resolution that the parties agree upon. In a…

How Much Does a Vehicle Depreciate After an Accident?
POSTED ON July 10, 2023

Depreciation is a term used by accountants to describe the loss in value of an asset. To calculate depreciation, you take the value at one point and subtract the value at a later point. Vehicles are notorious for depreciating quickly. You have probably read that…

Why Cell Phone Records May Need to Be Subpoenaed After an Accident
POSTED ON June 20, 2023

When you’re involved in a collision, a personal injury attorney can help prove the other driver’s fault. Doing so often involves the gathering and use of several key pieces of evidence, which may include cell phone records.  What Is a Subpoena? A subpoena is an…

How Many Drinks Are “Over the Limit” in Florida?
POSTED ON June 10, 2023

When you’re out having drinks, it can be easy to lose yourself and quickly go over the limit, but knowing what the limit even is and how many drinks you can have before you get there depends on several factors.  DUI Laws in Florida Before…

Can You Go to Jail for Speeding in Florida?
POSTED ON May 20, 2023

Florida's law enforcement officials write hundreds of thousands of speeding tickets across the state each year. Some tickets are noncriminal traffic infractions, such as running a stop sign, using the HOV lane without a second person in the vehicle, or driving less than 30 miles…