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Can You Sue for PTSD After a Car Accident?

Anyone who has ever been in an accident knows that there are many ways that a car crash can change your life. Even minor fender benders can ruin your day by making you late or having to find a reliable mechanic. However, for people who are in serious accidents, injuries can impact their health in …

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How to Sue for Emotional Distress

Emotional distress is an integral part of almost any tort claim. When you’re hurt in a car accident, slip and fall or even if you don’t suffer a physical injury, you may wonder how to go about suing for emotional distress. Mental harm is a very serious injury that can impact your health and well-being, …

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Florida Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Laws Miami Drivers Should Know

Even though Florida law requires all drivers to carry liability insurance, some people take to the roads without having the proper coverage. In fact, the Florida Insurance Council estimates that as many as 23 percent of drivers don’t have insurance. That means, if you’re in a car accident in Miami, the chances of the other …

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What Should I Do if I Was Involved in a Miami Boating Accident?

Taking the right steps after a boating accident can have a significant impact on your well-being. Quickly summoning help is crucial for boating accident injuries. There are also legal requirements for making reports to law enforcement. In addition, what you do after a boating accident may impact your legal claim and what you can recover …

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Should I File a Worker’s Compensation Or Personal Injury Claim?

Have you suffered an injury at work? You may already know that you can claim worker’s compensation. However, it may also be possible to file a personal injury claim in some cases. Should you file a worker’s comp claim or a personal injury claim? Can you file both? Our Miami personal injury attorneys explain. Whether …

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Can Miami Accident Victims Sue the Federal Government for Negligence?

According to the Congressional Research Service, there are more than 2 million federal employees in the United States. Just like anyone else, these employees may cause accidents. While they are doing their work for the federal government, they still have the capacity to act negligently. Their negligence may ultimately hurt people, and you or someone …

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If You Get Sick with COVID-19, Is Your Employer Liable?

During the COVID-19 crisis, jobs on the frontline can be hazardous. Whether you work in healthcare, law enforcement, a grocery store, in the food supply chain or elsewhere, your job is essential to all Americans. Unfortunately, your position may also put you at risk for COVID-19. If you get sick with COVID-19, you might wonder …

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Does COVID-19 Constitute a Personal Injury Claim?

COVID-19 is a serious health threat. Just like someone can be injured from a slip and fall accident, a person who contracts the virus may suffer severe, life-changing injuries. When you’re a victim of the Coronavirus, you might wonder if there is a way to claim financial compensation. Our Miami attorneys for Coronavirus cases explain …

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Suing for Nursing Home Neglect in Miami After COVID-19 Contraction

COVID-19 is a new problem facing the United States. However, nursing home neglect in Florida has been a serious problem for a long time. Anyone who lives in a nursing home in the State of Florida has a right to safety and a reasonable level of care. Reasonable care includes protection from viruses like COVID-19. …

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FAQs: Florida Workers’ Compensation Laws and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As Coronavirus wreaks havoc on our way of life, employees have to fear for their safety just by going to work. Many employees have no choice but to continue to work with the public as part of their day-to-day duties, including grocery workers, restaurant employees offering take-out business, emergency responders, healthcare workers, support workers and …

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