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Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | October 28 2019 | Personal Injury

Factors that Determine Dog Bite Liability

Dog owners have a duty to control their pets. Therefore, when a dog attacks or bites someone else, the responsibility falls upon the owner. However, there are a few factors that determine dog bite liability that must be thoroughly examined before our lawyers can file a lawsuit on your behalf. Contact us today to schedule…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | October 21 2019 | Personal Injury

3 Tips for Florida Personal Injury Claims

The law varies from state to state, and tort law is no different. If someone’s reckless actions have caused you harm, you are eligible to file a personal injury claim in order to recover financial compensation. Contact our office to schedule a free consultation. In the meantime, read about these 3 tips for Florida personal…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | October 14 2019 | Pedestrian Accidents

What Do I Do After a Pedestrian Accident?

We recently had a client come in who had been struck by a car while walking. He wanted to know, “What do I do after a pedestrian accident?” Your ability to receive full compensation will depend on if you take all the proper steps following your accident. It is important to protect your rights after…

Posted By Salter, Healy, Rivera & Heptner | October 7 2019 | Personal Injury

4 Facts About Florida Personal Injury Compensation

Were you or a loved one seriously injured in an accident in Florida? You may be eligible for compensation. Here are 4 facts about Florida personal injury compensation that will give you a better understanding of your situation. You Can Receive Compensation Even if You Were At-Fault Florida allows for you to receive compensation even…

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