Legal Insightsfrom Injury Florida Law Firm

Injured In A Boating Accident?

In the state of Florida, being involved in a boating accident is much more common than one would think. Being out of the water in a…

Construction Industry Work Accidents

Accidents on construction sites are more common than you might think.  In light of the nature of construction work, a lot of construction…

Can Dependents Of Disabled People Also Receive Benefits?

If you have children or a spouse who needs you for support, you want to provide for them with everything you have. This is difficult,…

Can Social Media Impact My SSDI Claim?

Social media impacts many parts of our lives. It is a wonderful way to share with the world who we are and what we’re doing with our lives.…

Can My Long-Term Disability Benefits Be Canceled?

If you have been approved for long-term disability benefits, you are likely counting on that income to make it through every month. The…

Preventing On-the-Job Heat Injuries During the Florida Summer

Florida summers can be brutal. This summer, temperatures in Tampa have stayed in the high 80s to mid-90s and they won’t let up for another…

Lump Sum vs. Structured Settlements

Once you win your personal injury lawsuit, it feels like the battle is over. You’ve sought and received justice for your damages and are on…

Will My Personal Injury Settlement Be Taxed?

If you’re in the process of filing a personal injury lawsuit or have recently won your settlement, you may have a lot of questions about…

When You Should And Shouldn’t Settle Out of Court

If you are the victim in a personal injury case, you likely want to seek justice for the physical or emotional damage inflicted upon you.…

Is My Doctor Guilty? Factors That Constitute Medical Negligence

A trip to the hospital or lengthy care with a physician can be very stressful on you and your family. When you are in a doctor’s care you…

Personal Injury Law and Consent For Medical Treatment

If you’ve ever faced a serious injury, you know that hospitals and doctor’s offices are not easy places to find information. When you are…

Do You Know Your Worker’s Compensation Rights in Florida?

Worker’s compensation is a tricky subject in most workplaces. More often than not your immediate supervisor will not know everything you…

Can You File For Worker’s Compensation For Stress-Related Illness?

Work is a source of stress and frustration for many. But, what draws the line between normal work stress and debilitating stress? For those…

Too Scared of the Boss To File For Workers Comp? Here’s Why You Should

There are many stigmas and false warnings surrounding worker’s compensation claims. You may believe that filing a claim will make you seem…

Medicare vs. Worker’s Compensation Insurance: Who Pays My Bills?

Medicare is a life-saving program that helps millions of Americans receive health care coverage for an affordable price. Those 65 and older…

Can I Choose My Own Doctor And Pharmacy If I File For Workers Comp?

Getting injured or contracting an illness while at work is a terrible ordeal. You likely have to take time off work -- losing your regular…

How Lawyers Calculate Average Weekly Wage In A Worker’s Compensation Case

If you’ve been injured on the job and can’t return to work, you will likely need something to get you by until you are well. If you have a…

4 Documents A Family Needs To File A Death Claim

Just like the law allows a survivor of an accident to seek compensation for his or her injuries, it also allows members of the family to…

4 Tips For Budgeting On Disability Income

While the disability benefit programs offered by Social Security have changed countless lives for the better, it hasn’t made them all easy.…

Can I Receive Workers’ Comp If I Work From Home?

No matter what you do for a living, people will envy you if you do it from home. From the perspective of someone whose job requires…

Does Investment Income Affect My SSDI Application?

When you apply for disability benefits through Social Security and you’re approved, certain life circumstances will determine whether you…

Can I Receive Disability Benefits For Obesity?

A common source of confusion for people applying for Social Security disability is the way that disability is defined by Social Security,…

Can I Afford An Attorney For My Disability Application And Hearing?

When you first apply for Social Security disability, you’ll want to prepare for a series of long waiting periods, which can be quite…

What Is an ABLE Savings Account?

For people receiving disability benefits through Social Security, money is often tight. Paradoxically, though, earning more money can…

How Your New Car’s “Black Box” Can Affect Your Personal Injury Case

When you hear the term “black box,” you might not know what it does, but you probably know what it is. It’s that seemingly indestructible…

Are Drunk And Distracted Driving Accidents Legally Different Than Regular Accidents?

With the recent crackdown on texting while driving in Florida, the dangers of distracted driving have gained renewed attention. Until…

What To Do If You’re In An Accident With No Health Insurance

Few things in life are more stressful than getting into an accident, especially one that leaves you with serious injuries. But if you don’t…

Car Accidents Peak In The Summertime: Here’s How You Can Avoid Them 

In Florida and most other states, summertime is a highly anticipated season. Unfortunately, this is also the time of year when car…

Click It Or Ticket: 4 Reasons Why Everyone In Your Car Needs To Use Their Seatbelt

Despite advances in technology that have made driving safer than ever, wearing a seatbelt is still the most important thing you can do to…

Who Is An Insurance Adjuster And How Do They Affect My Personal Injury Case?

For some types of accident, a person who sustains injuries can’t just file a lawsuit and can be done with it. For example, Florida’s…

What Is A “Catastrophic” Injury?

Personal injury law hinges on the idea that when you hurt someone, that person is entitled to some form of compensation. This doesn’t mean…

What Defines “Distracted Driving” In Florida?

As of July 1st, texting while driving is a “primary offense” in the State of Florida. This means that drivers can now be pulled over and…