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Non-Florida Personal Representative Risks

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Florida-domiciled residents should not consider appointing a non-Florida personal representative of their estate. It’s generally best to appoint someone executor who lives in Florida.  Being a personal representative means spending a lot of time in Florida. This includes collecting, accounting for, and distributing the assets. It can include working with local appraisers. The  executor… Read More »

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Overview of The Fundamentals of Florida Auto Insurance

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Florida is a no-fault car accident state. No-fault insurance pays some of your medical bills, lost wages and property damage. No-fault insurance pays the insured – regardless of who caused the accident. Liability insurance pays the victim of the accident only if the insured caused the accident. Liability insurance covers pain and suffering and… Read More »

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How Much Is My Car Accident Case Worth?

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Each Florida car accident is unique. The value of accident claims differs from case to case. Still, there are common factors that judges, juries, and insurance companies use to decide your car accident case worth. Your car accident case worth includes economic losses Medical expenses. There are two parts to your medical expense claim…. Read More »

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5 Personal Representative Duties

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People making a will should select a personal representative they can trust. They should choose someone who is responsible. An executor should be able to work with an attorney. The executor  should understand how to work with legal documents. Understanding the value of money counts.  Good estate planning requires considering these key personal representative… Read More »

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What Happens If I Cant Afford Treatment After An Accident?

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How Do I Pay for Injuries Following a Car Accident? Most car accident victims seek immediate treatment at a local emergency room. Victims often seek treatment from their own general physicians. Depending on the nature of their injury, our Florida car injury lawyers work with the following doctors to help you get healthy: Orthopedists… Read More »

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Can You be Held Responsible For the Negligence of Your Employee?

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Can I hold an Employer responsible under the Vicarious Liability Doctrine? When an accident occurs, parties are often concerned with property damage, medical bills, and insurance companies. However, a question that needs to be considered is whether someone else can be responsible for the negligence that occurred? What is Vicarious Liability? Vicarious Liability is… Read More »

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Do multiple accidents and prior injuries effect my lawsuit?

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Do Pre-Existing Injuries and Multiple Accidents Affect My Lawsuit? Insurance companies will assert every defense possible to try to defeat your claim. They will try every trick to reduce the amount they have to pay you. One common strategy is to assert that you were injured prior to the present car accident. The insurance… Read More »

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Can I still File a Personal Injury Lawsuit If I am Partially At Fault?

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What Happens If You Are Partially At Fault for Your Lawsuit? We often see clients who are negligently injured stress because they were partially at fault for their injuries. Under Florida Law, it’s okay to be partially at fault for your lawsuit. However, these laws vary from state to state. Contributory Negligence States In… Read More »

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How Much Does My Car Insurance Go Up If I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

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Will My Insurance Rates Go Up if I File a Personal Injury Lawsuit? First, it is important to understand that Florida car owners have different types of insurance. Our Florida car accident attorneys understand the main types. It’s important to know which type of insurance you have before you are involved in an accident…. Read More »

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Can I sue Multiple People in the Same Suit in Florida?

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Is it possible to sue multiple people in the same lawsuit? People are often confused if it is possible when multiple people they acted negligently. The answer is yes. Florida has operated since 2006 under a theory that is called Pure Several Liability. This law and legal theories allows a plaintiff to sue multiple people and… Read More »

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