Slip and Fall Lawsuits vs. Trip and Fall Lawsuits
When it comes to personal injury lawsuits, understanding the distinction between slip and fall cases and trip and fall cases is crucial. As experienced slip and fall lawyers in Tampa, Vanguard Attorneys are committed to providing comprehensive legal guidance and representation. In this article, we will delve into the differences between slip and fall lawsuits… read more
What Is Evidence in a Personal Injury Case?
The foundation of any legal claim is evidence: facts or information that indicates whether a belief or claim is true. In a personal injury case, evidence is necessary to support an injured victim’s claim against an accused party. It is the support needed to prove that were it not for the other party’s negligence, the… read more
What Is A Personal Injury Settlement Agreement?
Most personal injury cases end in settlement agreements. These are legally binding contracts that resolve a case out of court. If a settlement agreement is reached, the victim releases the other party from all further liability for the injury in exchange for a monetary sum. Learn more about personal injury settlement agreements to determine how… read more
What Is Legal Discovery?
Any personal injury case that goes to trial has many other steps before it ever sees the inside of a courtroom. The work to build a case begins well before the first day of court. Legal discovery is one of the most important pretrial phases. It is the period of time when both parties have… read more
What Is a Right Hook Accident?
A right hook accident is a type of bicycle accident that occurs when a cyclist is riding to the right of a motor vehicle and the motorist turns right, not allowing the bicyclist enough time or space to avoid a collision. These accidents can be deadly for bicyclists, who may crash into the motor vehicle… read more
How Insurance Companies Devalue or Deny Valid Dog Bite Claims
Florida’s strict liability dog bite law states that a dog owner will be held liable (financially responsible) for damages suffered by persons bitten, even if the owner was not negligent. As a dog bite injury victim, you do not have to prove that the pet owner knew or reasonably should have known about the dog’s… read more