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Property Relationships in Premises Liability Cases

by on Wednesday, April 23, 2014  —  Blog, Premises Liability

In Florida, personal injury cases that involve premises liability can be complicated. This is due to the fact that Florida law states that premises liability negligence depends on the relationship of the injured person to the property.… Continue Reading →

What is Comparative Negligence?

by on Wednesday, April 16, 2014  —  Blog, Car Accidents, Personal Injury

Florida is a “Pure Comparative” negligence state. Florida Statute Section 768.81(3) Apportionment of Damages states, “in a negligence action, the court shall enter judgment against each party liable on the basis of such party’s percentage… Continue Reading →

A serious accident occurred last Wednesday which left the family of a 4-year-old girl grieving the loss of their child. As reported on Tampa Bay Online and on WESH-TV (http://www.roonte.com/www/one-person-dead-11-children-hurt-when-car-smashes-into-florida-day-care) a Dodge Durango crashed into… Continue Reading →

The demand is a letter to an insurance company adjuster, accompanied by all supporting documents, summarizing the basis for a personal injury claim.  After you have determined the insurance coverages available and obtained all medical… Continue Reading →

Last weekend, it was reported in the Tampa Bay Times (http://preps.tampabay.com/news/briefs/florida-briefs-atv-crash-kills-one-in-central-florida/2172581) that 2 men: one at age 22 and one at age 23, were speeding on an ATV in the Tampa Bay/Central Florida area when… Continue Reading →

An auto accident that occurred in the very early hours of the morning involved 4 young people – all of whom died at the scene of the accident and all of whom were not wearing… Continue Reading →