In Landers v. State Farm Fla. Ins. Co., 234 So.3d 856 (Fla. 5th DCA 2018), Florida’s appellate judges on the Fifth District Court of Appeal separately addressed the issue of: Whether an insured under any given policy must wait until after completing the appraisal process provided for in that policy, before the insured can file […]
Personal Injury Posts
Below are all of the posts on the site related to Personal Injury.
Getting to Know the Essence of Personal Injury Law There are a whole lot of definitions about the personal injury on the internet. A number of them might sound so technical and hard to comprehend. To make it easier for you, here are the basic details regarding personal injury; exactly what it is, its causes, […]
Bicycle accidents may be preventable if you understand the rules of the road. Even when all precautions and laws are obeyed, a bicyclist is still at risk of an accident. Bicycle accidents can be rather severe, and you should know your rights so you can be protected under the law if you are involved in […]
What is Concert of Action? Art often imitates real life. Driving across town, just the other day, i witnessed an example of that. It could have ended in a terrible tragedy, but on that day we were all fortunate. The experience was a great illustration of the tort law Concert of Action and how it […]
Moving Personal Injury Case form State Court to Federal Court It is well established that removal statutes are to be strictly construed against removal. Shamrock Oil & Gas Corp. vs. Sheets, 313 U.S. 100 (1941); Burns v. Windsor Ins., Co., 31 F.3d 1092, 1094 (11th Cir.1994)(“[R] removal statutes are construed narrowly; [when the parties dispute […]