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  • What is the Average Case Value of a Wrongful Death Case?
    What is the Average Case Value of a Wrongful Death Case?

    In a 100-case sample taken from jury verdict research across the State of Florida (Fig. 1), statistical analyses from this sample showed that wrongful death cases averaged a total case value of ...

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  • Hazing Injuries/Death Can Lead to a Lawsuit for Wrongful Death and Personal Injury
    Hazing Injuries/Death Can Lead to a Lawsuit for Wrongful Death and Personal Injury

    When a fraternity, sorority, athletic, military, or an academic organization use hazing to initiate new members into their group, they often justify and defend the practice by arguing that it helps ...

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  • Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Florida
    Wrongful Death Lawsuits in Florida

    What is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit? A Wrongful Death Lawsuit is a civil lawsuit which is brought on behalf of a deceased loved one whose death was caused due to another person’s intentional, reckless, ...

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  • Surprising Facts About Wrongful Death Cases
    Surprising Facts About Wrongful Death Cases

    It is well-established throughout the nation that when a loved one dies prematurely because of the careless or negligent actions of another person, a wrongful death action may be brought on behalf of ...

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  • Truck Accidents In Florida
    Truck Accidents In Florida

    Unfortunately, truck accidents are a sadly common occurrence on the highways in and around northern Florida. To be sure, Interstate 10 gets shut down all too frequently because of accidents involving ...

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  • What Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Under Florida Law?
    What Is a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Under Florida Law?

    Simply put, a wrongful death occurs under Florida law if a person dies as a result of a wrongful act or negligence of another person. Unfortunately however, this is where Florida law becomes a lot ...

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