Legal Insightsfrom Injury Florida Law Firm

How Dangerous Are Truck Accidents?

Getting involved with an accident with a pick-up truck or other commercial truck can be devastating. Just the size of the truck can cause…

What is PIP Coverage and What Does It Pay?

Personal Injury Protection, or PIP coverage, is insurance required by law in Florida of every vehicle owner and driver on the road. The…

Protect Yourself From Pedestrian Accidents

Everyone is at some time a pedestrian. Pedestrians are especially vulnerable to injuries since they are not protected by a motor vehicle or…

Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents           

If you sustain injuries as the result of a slip, trip or fall accident on someone else’s property due to the negligence of the property…

Distracted Driving Causes Accidents

Seems like it should go without saying that drivers need to pay attention to the road, rather than to allow themselves to be distracted on…

What If The Other Driver Has No Bodily Injury Coverage?

When you are injured in an accident involving any kind of motor vehicle, it is usually the at-fault driver’s carrier that is responsible…

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…

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…

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…

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…

5 Things You Should Never Do Behind The Wheel (Besides Texting)

Driving is one of the most dangerous things that we do on a daily basis, and most of us don’t fully realize it. Even if we take basic…

Teaching Your Kids To Never Text And Drive

In the era of smartphones, texting is often more popular than talking on the phone, especially with young people. And while neither is safe…

Differentiating Between Worker’s Compensation And Personal Injury Cases

Generally speaking, a person who is injured has the right to seek compensation, and the person who caused the injury is responsible for…

Helping A Family Member Who Is Losing Their Vision

As people get older, they sometimes notice changes in our eyesight, short-term memory, and other faculties that they took for granted when…

Premature Births Can Be Caused By Medical Malpractice: Here’s What To Do

The birth of a healthy child is a time of celebration, and doctors will go to great lengths to ensure that the delivery goes as smoothly as…

What To Do If Your Child Is Injured During Sports

No matter how much you may want to, you can't watch your child twenty-four hours a day. Even the best parents have children who get hurt.…

What To Do If A Loved One Has Suffered A Life-Altering Injury

If one of your loved ones has suffered a life-altering injury, you may both feel helpless and unable to cope. You may find yourself in a…

How To Ask For A Second Opinion To Avoid A Misdiagnosis

If you've been given a serious medical diagnosis, you know it can be difficult to process. You may seem to feel every emotion at once, or…

3 Signs You Should Ask For A Second Opinion When Receiving A Medical Diagnosis

Despite the years of training and education required for a medical degree, doctors are still human, and they still make mistakes. This can…

Can You Sue If You’re Injured Due to a Recalled Product?

Recalls of defective or dangerous products are commonplace, and seem to be on the rise. Some companies have been forced to stop selling a…

What is Medical Malpractice

Being a doctor comes with a great deal of responsibility. As the patient, you’re trusting the doctor with your health and, in some cases,…