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Post-Injury Statements to Insurance Companies

Post-Injury Statements to Insurance Companies

Post-Injury Statements to Insurance Companies Post-injury statements to insurance companies can be stressful.  This article will help you understand how these statements are conducted and the common mistakes made by injury victims. What Is A Post-Injury Statement Whether you have been injured in a car accident, slip and fall, animal injury, or otherwise, get ready for the phone calls.  Various people who you have never met are going to call.  They are calling you on behalf of the insurance companies.  What do they want?  They want information.  They want to know how the injury happened, who witnessed it, whether you were hurt and...

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Time is Running Out – Florida’s Statute of Limitations

Florida's Statute of Limitations

FLORIDA'S STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS Injuries can occur in a number of ways.  However, they all have something in common – a time limitations on bringing your claim in court.  Florida’s statute of limitations is found at Florida Statute 95.11.  This statute outlines the time limitations which apply to wrongful death, car accident and other injury and non-injury claims.  Failure to bring an action within the appropriate limitations period risks being unable to bring the claim at all. Some of the most common statutes of limitations are as follows: Statute Type of Case Limitation 95.11(1) Recorded Judgment 20 Years 95.11(2)(b) Breach of Written Contract 5 Years 95.11(3)(a) Negligence 4 Years 95.11(3)(k) Breach of Unwritten Contract 4 Years 95.11(4)(b) Medical Malpractice 2 Years 95.11(4)(c) Wages...

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Florida’s Dog Bite Law

Dog Bite Injury Lawyer

Dog bite injuries can be very serious.  Often, they can result in: Severe cuts or lacerations; Bite marks; Severe scarring; Broken bones; Ligament damage; Arm, shoulder, leg or knee injuries; Traumatic brain injury (TBI); and/or Emotional trauma Florida law provides several theories of recovery against the owners of dogs who bite a victim.  The theories are 1) Strict Liability; 2) Negligence; 3) Negligence Per Se; and 4) Intentional Tort.  Each theory of liability requires its own unique set of facts and each has its own ramifications on a dog bite victim's claim. Strict Liability – Florida Statute 767.04. Florida Statute imposes strict liability...

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