Fraudulent Slip and Fall in Florida

Second District Court of Appeal Overturns Trial Court Ruling in Controversial Personal Injury Case

JULY 21, 2016: Being a personal injury lawyer that represents those hurt in car accidents in Florida, proving that the plaintiff sustained a permanent injury from the crash is extremely important to maximize their recovery.  In other words, without presenting expert testimony identifying permanency of injuries from the accident, virtually the only element of damages available are for medical expenses and lost wages.  A damage award including pain and suffering in the past and the future is unavailable to any person that has not successfully presented evidence establishing that the accident has caused a permanent injury. Recently, the issue surrounding permanency of

Medical Treatment Within 14 Days of the Car Accident Will Preserve Your $10,000 PIP

SEPTEMBER 27, 2015: It goes without question that every state requires automobile insurance for vehicle owners.  However, each state has its own requirements as to the terms and provisions for coverage provided to drivers.  As a Miami car accident lawyer, helping those recover benefits and settlement proceeds stemming from personal injury is a top priority.  Specifically, it is incredibly important to be knowledgeable of Florida Statute, 627.736, which is commonly referred to as the “PIP Statute.” For those paying monthly premiums to car insurance companies, Personal Injury Protection Coverage (PIP) is required for all policies written by adjusters.  PIP coverage affords a

Aventura Accident Lawyer Blog: What am I supposed to do following a car accident or slip and fall injury?

DECEMBER 2, 2013: For the person injured in an accident in Florida, the one job he or she has is to obtain medical treatment immediately and continuously.  Being a personal injury attorney in Aventura, the one and only job I give to my clients when they come into my office is to keep up with their treatment and therapy.  The sure fire way to diminish your claim is to have significant gaps in treatment. In Florida, even though a person is injured in a car accident or slip and fall, and the other party is clearly at fault, inconsistent treatment can extremely