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Miami Motorcycle Accident Attorney Providing Legal Representation for Motorcycle Accidents

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Do you need a Miami Motorcycle Accident Attorney? In 2018, there were 4,985 motorcycle fatalities nationwide.1 In 2019 in Florida alone, there were 550 motorcycle fatalities out of a total of 8,895 accidents.2 These statistics do not include the more than 7,000 injuries sustained in non-fatal motorcycle accidents in the same year in Florida as reported by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. In many instances involving motorcycle accidents, legal representation is sought. The types of cases that may result due to such accidents can involve a wide spectrum of issues from insurance claims to wrongful deaths. Expert...

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Statutes of Limitations in Florida

Statutes of Limitations in Florida

Time is an important factor when it comes to Statutes of Limitations in Florida and legal cases. Unfortunately, it can become a pressing issue. While trying to gather information and coordinate legal findings quickly can be difficult to do while grieving, caring for injuries, adjusting to a new way of living, or any combination of these challenges, it is essential to do in order to achieve justice and secure maximum allowable compensation in lawsuits. An important aspect of law that relates directly to being able to take legal action in the majority of potential and provable law cases is the statute of...

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Boating Accidents: A Look At Florida Maritime Law

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Boating accidents can fall under Maritime law, also referred to as Admiralty law, is that which governs businesses providing services that involve being in or on the water. In Florida, the “water” is specifically defined as navigable waters, as per Florida Statute 768.191. According to the Department of Transportation2, Florida’s navigable waters include: Atlantic Intracoastal WaterwayGulf Intracoastal WaterwayHarbors, Bays, and BayousInlets and PassesCanals and ChannelsRivers and Creeks Types of Boating Accidents Under Florida Maritime Law Any personal injury or death resulting from activities provided in or on navigable waters by a company or entity falls under the regulatory requirements of Florida Maritime law....

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Hospital Medical Malpractice Negligence And Legal Liability

Hospital Medical Malpractice Negligence

Hospital Medical malpractice negligence is generally synonymous with the thought of wrongdoing on behalf of a doctor or other medical professional. In actuality, however, there are numerous points of potential liability to consider in hospital medical malpractice negligence cases. Medical care can go awry at any point from admission forward in a hospital. In fact, a hospital may be liable in more situations than you realize. These can include scenarios involving not only doctors, but employees. And in a number of cases, the doctors are not the employees. Doctors: Employees or Independent Contractors?When hospital doctors who are employees provide improper treatment...

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Legal Representation By Expert Automobile Accident Attorneys

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 “Should we look into automobile accident attorneys?” It’s a question often asked after an automobile accident. The answer is generally “Yes.” There are a number of important reasons why, including those involving professional legal assessment, liability, insurance issues, and fair compensation. Whether or not you are at fault, legal representation by an experienced Miami automobile accident attorney can offer substantial benefits.  To begin with, professional legal assessment of an accident often brings to light legal considerations that can affect a case, but are not obvious to the general public. For example, in many cases more than one party involved in an automobile...

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Problematic Payouts In First Party Insurance Claims

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First party insurance claims are those claims placed by a policyholder. The insurance company is considered the second party; any additional claimant is considered the third party. An example of a first party insurance claim would be a case in which a homeowner has storm damage and makes a claim with his or her homeowner’s insurance company. In accordance with the policy’s coverage and exclusions, the insurance company generally has a legal responsibility to provide fair compensation within a reasonable amount of time without undue burden on the homeowner.  In some cases, insurance companies are less than adept at providing a...

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