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Bicycle Accidents

Florida “the Sunshine State” abounds in bicycles. Partially due to our great weather and also for health/ecological reasons many Floridians use bicycles as a primary source of transportation – they bike to work and also for fun. Bicycling has become...

Proving Intentional Infliction

Intentional infliction of emotional or mental distress is a mental reaction, such as anguish, grief or fright, to another person’s actions that entails recoverable damages.  To prove a claim for intentional emotional distress, a plaintiff must show three elements: 1)...

Recorded Statements

When you are contacted by the insurance company, be on your guard.  The claim representative or insurance investigator will salivate at the idea that you are unrepresented.  He or she may try to take a written or tape-recorded statement from you but it is crucial you...

Loss of Consortium

Loss of Consortium is an additional element of damages in a personal injury claim.  It involves damages suffered by your spouse.  Your spouse is entitled to be compensated for the reasonable value of the services that you can no longer perform.  Your spouse is also...

Medical Negligence

The Role of America’s Civil Justice System in Protecting Patients’ Rights Preventable medical errors kill and seriously injure hundreds of thousands of Americans every year. Any discussion of medical negligence that does not involve preventable medical errors ignores...