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What to Do After a Bus Accident in Tampa

Posted January 20, 2024

A bus accident can be a chaotic and complicated type of collision. You may be one of many passengers involved in the crash or you might have been driving a different vehicle at the time. Either way, it can be difficult to recover the financial compensation you need for your medical bills and property repairs… read more

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Can I Recover Compensation for PTSD?

Posted December 27, 2023

PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, is an invisible consequence of getting involved in an accident. Unlike a physical injury, there may be no outward signs of PTSD. However, this does not make PTSD any less real to a victim. PTSD can result in medical care, lost wages and debilitating physical symptoms. In Florida, it is… read more

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What to Expect in a Florida Personal Injury Deposition

Posted October 2, 2023

This article provides an overview of the Florida deposition process. If you have specific questions regarding your case, feel free to call our Tampa personal injury attorneys at (813) 471-4444 for a free consultation. What is a Personal Injury Deposition? Florida’s deposition law gives both parties in a personal injury case a chance to gather… read more

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What is a Contingency Fee?

Posted September 19, 2023

When an accident victim seeks legal counsel from a personal injury lawyer in Tampa, he or she is often struggling with expensive hospital bills, future foreseeable medical costs, property damage and lost wages. The victim may not have the financial ability to pay attorney’s fees during this taxing time. To solve this issue, many personal… read more

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The Statute of Limitations in Florida Personal Injury Cases

Posted September 5, 2023

If you get injured in an accident in Florida, you may be eligible for financial compensation from the person or party at fault. However, a strict time limit applies to personal injury claims in Florida that, if broken, will bar an injured victim from seeking a monetary recovery. This law is called the statute of… read more

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Can I Fire My Personal Injury Lawyer?

Posted August 31, 2023

Yes, you can fire your personal injury lawyer. But, should you? In Florida, you can choose to fire a lawyer from your personal injury case at any time. Here’s a guide on when you should consider firing your personal injury lawyer and how to fire your lawyer if you decide it’s the right choice. When… read more

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