Year: 2017

What is the Average Case Value of My Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Case Worth in Orlando, Florida?

Suffering from a mild traumatic brain injury due to someone else’s negligence is emotionally and financially draining. To recover funds from the negligent party, you must often go through a legal process that is lengthy and thorough, and sometimes requires your appearance in front of a jury to prove your injuries and damages. Luckily, however, […]

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Comparative Negligence in Herniated Disc Cases

When determining the value of a personal injury case, a skilled trial lawyer looks at multiple factors that could affect the ultimate outcome of a jury trial. One such factor is what we refer to as “comparative negligence.” Florida courts recognize that more than one person or entity can be at fault for the same […]

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What is My Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Case Worth in Orlando, Florida?

When determining the value of a personal injury case, the type of injury the plaintiff suffered is one of the most important factors. Severe injuries are more likely to result in big verdicts. Minor injuries tend to result in minor verdicts or defense verdicts. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a severe injury, and juries in […]

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What is My Personal Injury Case Worth in Orlando, Florida?

As a personal injury attorney who meets hundreds of clients each year, one of the questions I most commonly hear from clients is, “What is my case worth?” The answer varies from case to case, and depends on several factors. These factors are so complex, most attorneys will defer answering this question until after a […]

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Vacation Safety: What Resorts Don’t Want You to Know

When you stay at a hotel or resort in Florida, the owners have a duty to use reasonable care to make sure that visitors are safe while on the property. This includes the usual concerns for public property, such as fire safety and avoiding unnecessary trip and fall hazards. But it also includes keeping guests […]

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15 Reasons Why You Don’t Have a Medical Malpractice Case

Medical errors and malpractice are the third leading cause of death in the United States. Not surprisingly, every year we receive thousands of phone calls and emails from people who are seeking advice about how to pick up the pieces from the damage caused by a medical professional’s negligence. Unfortunately, we have to turn down […]

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