Plan on writing a bad review? Here’s how not to get sued

For many, leaving a negative review is the only way to fight back when they’ve been treated poorly, received bad service or simply got ghosted by a company that took their money. But before you publish an angry review online that can be seen by thousands, if not more, consider taking the following steps to avoid legal repercussions, including walking …

What you need to know about settlements

If you’re contemplating filing a lawsuit with the goal of settling out of court, there are many things to keep in mind, including your attorney’s opinion. Trials are time-consuming, arduous and expensive. Cost of Litigation Many disputes are indeed settled outside of court to avoid the financial and emotional cost of a trial. Personal injury cases often have the highest settlement rates. …

10 Tips for Hiring the Right Attorney

Most people don’t look for an attorney until they have an emergency, and then they often settle for whoever they can find. Remember, when you hire a lawyer, it’s your responsibility to determine whether someone is qualified. Simply because someone has a law degree and is willing to discuss your case doesn’t mean they are competent to handle it. We’ve …

Five Common Mistakes Personal Injury Clients Make

Here are five mistakes you should never make if you want to receive the compensation you deserve from your personal injury claim. In fact, if you make these mistakes, you might not receive compensation at all. Waiting Too Long to File Florida’s statute of limitations only gives you up to four years from the date of the injury to file a …

What are the Common Types of Malpractice Lawsuits?

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What are the Common Types of Malpractice Lawsuits? When you suffer an injury at the hands of a physician, nurse, or care provider because of their negligence, you may have cause for a lawsuit. “Medical malpractice occurs when a health care professional or provider neglects to provide appropriate treatment, omits to take an appropriate action, or gives substandard treatment that …

What is Uninsured Motorist Coverage?

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage Don’t want to be stuck with hefty expenses for medical bills or car repair costs when a driver who doesn’t carry liability insurance hits you in Florida? Why not get uninsured motorist coverage? It protects you from uninsured drivers and technically covers everyone else on the street. What happens when an uninsured motorist hits you in Florida? …

Can Employers Require a COVID-19 Vaccine?

Can Employers Require a COVID-19 Vaccine? To ensure a safe, healthy and productive workforce, employers across the country are looking for ways to encourage their employees to receive COVID-19 vaccine. Workplace Vaccination Program Since COVID-19 vaccines are considered as EUA-approved (Emergency Use Authority) product, the employers are obligated to inform the employees of the following: Vaccination options and the right …

What to Do When Your Accident Claim Exceeds Insurance Limits in Florida

The unfortunate reality is that you usually can’t make an insurance company pay beyond its policy limit. But there are options available for you to recover the full amount of your accident claim. This article will guide you on what you can do when your claim exceeds your insurance coverage after a car accident in Florida. The first step in understanding how you can recover for your losses in an accident is to know how the no-fault insurance laws work in Florida. The second step is knowing what was damaged and who is responsible for the accident to determine …

Debunking Personal Injury Myths

You Can File at Any Time There’s an expiration date on filing a claim and pursuing compensation. Every state has its statute of limitations that dictate how long you have to file a personal injury case. Four years is the standard amount of time for pursuing a case. The sooner you file, the better your chances. Letting too much time …

Basic Legal Tips We Should All Follow

The following legal tips will help you in your personal and professional life. Beyond legal advice, these are basic rules we should all live by to create a secure environment for ourselves and the people we love. Prepare for the Unexpected Draw up a will. Buy the life insurance. Create a trust. You get the point. Plan ahead, even though …