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 →

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 ( 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 →

SEEK TREATMENT IMMEDIATLY Most importantly you want to begin immediately treating with a doctor.  All accident cases are medically driven. Additionally your Florida PIP (Personal Injury Protection) Insurance requires that you treat within 14 days… Continue Reading →

According to the Pasco County Sheriff’s office, a Tampa Bay area Sheriff’s Deputy, Darren Hill was seriously injured in a head on crash involving a pickup truck early New Year’s day. The Deputy was able… Continue Reading →

On the morning of October 4, 2013, there was an accident between a school bus bringing special needs children to school and a car at an intersection in Clearwater.  According to witnesses, the driver of… Continue Reading →