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When a loved one dies in an accident, it is natural for us to search for the underlying causes. And if there is reason to believe that another person is responsible for the death, it is only natural to seek justice. However, whereas a murder case, in which a criminal deliberately seeks to kill another...
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Wrongful death lawsuits seek to hold those responsible for the victim’s death accountable for the victim’s family’s loss. If the other party agrees to a settlement, a trial can be avoided. In a settlement, both parties will most likely agree on a monetary amount in court. The lawsuit may be dismissed if the settlement sum...
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When a family loses a loved one due to the carelessness of another person or business, the tragedy is significantly exacerbated. Even though no amount of money can ever replace a lost family member, Florida law does provide you to file a wrongful death claim in order to collect damages for the loss of your...
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In Florida, car accidents are still the most common cause of personal injury claims. Each year, nearly 200,000 car accidents are projected to occur in Florida, with more than 500 occurring every day. Unfortunately, this statistic includes Uber and Lyft drivers. Ridesharing is a common mode of transportation, particularly in densely populated locations like Miami-Dade...
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In wrongful death cases, choosing the right counsel is crucial. The right attorney can make or break your case. You need an attorney who is experienced, knowledgeable, well-organized, and passionate about your case. It takes time to choose the right counsel, but finding the right attorney with whom you can work effectively is valuable to...
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A wrongful death action is a civil action in which the plaintiff holds the defendant accountable for causing the death of another person, either by failing to prevent it or by purposeful action. While wrongful death is not a crime, it may involve a crime that directly or indirectly results in a person’s death. However,...
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