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Rain is the Biggest Threat for Car Accidents in Florida

By John Piccin |

The dusting of snow that hit some areas of northern Florida in early January 2018 created quite a stir, with some cities seeing white flakes for the first time in nearly 30 years. The buzz carried throughout various social media platforms, as well: The Tampa Bay Times reported on the #SnowInFlorida hashtag that had… Read More »

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Recovering for a Child’s Car Accident Injuries: Options for Florida Parents

By John Piccin |

It is a parent’s worst nightmare when your child is injured in a car accident, so you would do everything you can to make things right after the incident. Still, as medical bills add up, and you watch your little one endure pain and suffering, you may be wondering about your options to recover… Read More »

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Injured in a Car Accident Caused by Ice or Snow? Here’s What You Need to Know About How Liability is Determined

By John Piccin |

As much of the United States recently experienced a bout of extreme cold and many of us here in Florida have been experiencing unusual weather conditions (such as ice on the roadways) it seems like a good time to talk about the manner in which liability is determined when someone is injured in a… Read More »

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FAQs about Wrongful Death Claims in Florida

By John Piccin |

Considering filing a wrongful death claim in Florida? If so you likely have a lot of questions, but don’t worry, some frequently asked questions about wrongful death claims in Florida have been answered below for your convenience and a local wrongful death lawyer will be able to answer any additional questions that you may… Read More »

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Personal Injury Lawsuits and the Eggshell Skull Rule

By John Piccin |

When one person negligently or carelessly injures someone else, personal injury law generally dictates that the person who caused the harm is responsible for compensating the injured party for the losses sustained. For instance, if a bike repairman negligently forgot to tighten the screws on a child’s bike, and as a result, the bike… Read More »

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Who Can Be Sued in a Florida Medical Malpractice Case?

By John Piccin |

When an individual is injured due to a doctor’s negligence, his gut reaction may be to pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctor who harmed him. However, it is important to realize that there may be additional parties who are at fault as well and, consequently, should also be named in a subsequent… Read More »

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Personal Injury Law & Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress Claims in FL

By John Piccin |

When an individual who was physically injured due to the negligence of another files a personal injury lawsuit to recoup his losses, it is common for him to list emotional harm damages as part of his claim. However, if the plaintiff was not physically impacted by the defendant but still wishes to sue for… Read More »

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Med Mal Claims Based on Diagnostic Errors

By John Piccin |

Medical malpractice law in the United States primarily exists in order to compensate patients who suffer harm due to a medical professional’s negligent care. Medical malpractice (or “med mal”) claims are relatively common in the United States and can be founded on a variety of different types of medical negligence, however, many med mal… Read More »

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Drunk Drivers and Car Accident Liability in Florida

By John Piccin |

Are drunk drivers always at fault when involved in a car accident? You may be surprised to learn that the answer is no. A drunk driver who is involved in a car accident is not automatically considered to be at fault simply by virtue of their being intoxicated. In fact, if you get into… Read More »

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Fraternity & Sorority Related Injuries – Who’s Liable?

By John Piccin |

Tragedy struck recently at Florida State University when a 20-year-old Pi Kappa Phi pledge was found unresponsive the morning after a fraternity-sponsored event, reports CNN. The cause of the civil engineering major’s death is not yet known but the Tallahassee Police Department has stated that their preliminary investigation suggests that alcohol may have been… Read More »

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