Tag Archives: Ocala Personal Injury Attorney

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Don’t Believe the Myths About Florida Auto Accident Settlements

By John Piccin |

If you were hurt in an Ocala, FL car accident, you would typically file a claim with an insurance company to seek compensation for your losses. You can expect a call from the claims adjuster shortly thereafter, but the fast response time may not be motivated by a desire to serve your needs quickly…. Read More »

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What Ocala, FL Residents Need to Know About Theme Park Liability

By John Piccin |

It is no secret that Florida is the theme park capital of the world. Not only is Orlando the number one destination, but it is also home to several individual attractions that make USA Today’s Top 10 List. With Ocala being so close, many residents even have yearly passes to hit Disney World, Universal… Read More »

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Unanchored Furniture Puts Your Household at Risk

By John Piccin |

A recent article appearing in Consumer Reports (CR) revealed some shocking statistics on furniture tip-overs in the US, and parents of younger children should be especially concerned. Unanchored furniture causes severe injuries to one victim every 17 minutes nationwide. Children under six years old are the majority of victims. Unfortunately, the trend is getting… Read More »

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Several Florida Cities Listed as Most Dangerous for Pedestrians

By John Piccin |

Though motor vehicle collisions continue to top the list of accidental death in the US, shocking trends show that the frequency of pedestrian accidents is on the rise. In a recent report, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) released details about the number of pedestrian deaths and the percentage increase in accidents from 2014… 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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5 Key Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Personal Injury Attorney

By John Piccin |

Interested in filing a personal injury lawsuit after being injured due to someone else’s negligent or wrongful act? If so, you should seriously consider retaining the services of an experienced personal injury lawyer. While personal injury plaintiffs in Florida are legally permitted to represent themselves in court (often referred to as a “pro se”… Read More »

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Boating Accidents and Personal Injury Liability in Florida

By John Piccin |

Earlier this week a 52-year-old charter school principal was killed and his 4-year-old daughter was seriously injured when their personal watercraft collided with a 34-foot boat in Clearwater, Florida. ABC Action News reports that the accident took place just before 5:00 pm on Saturday and that the cause of the accident is still under… Read More »

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Nursing Home Negligence Alleged After Hurricane Irma

By John Piccin |

Over the past week the media has been heavily reporting on various instances of nursing home negligence that allegedly occurred in the wake of Hurricane Irma. One particularly egregious incident reportedly occurred in a Hollywood, Florida nursing home three days after Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida. According to the Miami Herald, eight elderly… Read More »

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Can I Afford to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer?

By John Piccin |

Pursuing a personal injury claim can be a daunting task for those who have been injured by someone else’s negligent or wrongful act. Recovering from severe injuries is often a slow and painful process and medical bills can pile up quickly. As a result, the prospect of filing a lawsuit on top of everything… Read More »

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Should I Accept a Personal Injury Settlement Offer?

By John Piccin |

Many personal injury plaintiffs (i.e. people who were injured due to someone else’s negligent or wrongful act and filed a lawsuit in order to recoup their losses) assume that their claims will ultimately be resolved in court. However, in reality only 4 to 5 percent of personal injury cases in the United States end… Read More »

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