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Posted By Legal Team | June 25 2024 | Personal Injury

What are the Elements of Negligence?

When an individual, company, government entity, or any other third party causes harm to someone else, victims are often able to recover compensation for their losses by filing an injury claim. However, injury victims have to prove that the alleged negligent party did indeed cause the injury, and doing this involves establishing four separate elements…

Posted By Legal Team | June 12 2024 | Motorcycle Accidents

What are Florida’s Motorcycle Helmet Laws?

Just about everybody has an opinion on whether or not there should be a motorcycle helmet law in Florida. Indeed, there actually is a motorcycle helmet law in the state, but it only applies to those who are younger than 21 years of age. Here, we want to review what the Florida motorcycle helmet law…

Posted By Legal Team | May 13 2024 | Premises Liability

Airbnb Injuries: Who is Liable?

Airbnb provides great options for those who need somewhere to stay for a night or two. However, what happens if you or someone you care about sustains an injury on an Airbnb property? Individuals who sustain injuries on an Airbnb property may be able to recover compensation for their losses, but determining who is liable…

Posted By Legal Team | April 10 2024 | Bicycle Accidents

Do I Need a Lawyer For a Bicycle Accident Claim?

Having a lawyer after a Florida bicycle accident occurs can significantly reduce your stress level as you work to recover compensation for your losses. Even though an attorney is not absolutely necessary for an injury victim to recover compensation, these claims can become complicated quickly, particularly when insurance carriers and legal teams get involved. An…

Posted By Legal Team | March 12 2024 | Car Accidents

How To Get a Copy of Your Florida Car Accident Report

After sustaining injuries or property damage in a Florida car accident, you are going to need the car accident report. Insurance carriers will need the accident report before they begin to process a claim, and you need the report for your personal records, particularly if you have to file a lawsuit to recover additional compensation….

Posted By Legal Team | February 14 2024 | Personal Injury

How to Prove Negligent Security

Property owners, operators, and managers all owe a duty of care to those who have a right to be at a specific location. Their duty of care applies not only to ensuring the premises are properly maintained and free from known hazards but also to ensuring adequate security is present. Individuals who sustain injuries due…

Posted By Legal Team | February 6 2024 | Personal Injury

Do I Need a Lawyer After Suffering a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Traumatic brain injuries can lead to significant medical expenses and, in some cases, long-term disabilities. Individuals who sustain brain injuries caused by the negligent actions of another party are often able to recover compensation, but these types of insurance claims or personal injury lawsuits are complex. A traumatic brain injury lawyer can help you through…

Posted By Legal Team | January 18 2024 | Florida News, Motorcycle Accidents

Florida’s Motorcycle, Moped & Scooter Laws

Operating a moped, scooter, or motorcycle in Florida requires the rider to understand state laws specific to each vehicle. The requirements for these three vehicles are not all the same, so we encourage you to perform a deeper dive into your specific vehicle type before hitting the roadway. Here, our St. Petersburg motorcycle accident attorneys…

Posted By Legal Team | January 13 2024 | Bicycle Accidents, Personal Injury

Liability in Florida Bicycle Accidents

After a bicycle accident occurs in Florida, it is essential to determine liability so that any injury or property damage victim can recover compensation for their losses. However, determining liability can be challenging, and there could be multiple parties responsible for the incident. Understanding the issues behind determining fault in a bicycle accident can be…

Posted By Legal Team | December 14 2023 | Bicycle Accidents

Florida Bike Lanes & Right of Way Laws

In most situations, bicycles are considered vehicles in the state of Florida. Bicyclists usually have the same rights and responsibilities as other motorists under state law, with the exception of on certain highways and interstates. However, we do want to review laws pertaining specifically to bike lanes and the right of way for bicyclists. Florida…

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