Medical Malpractice Law Update Medical Malpractice Law Update: The Florida Supreme Court has determined that the statutory caps on noneconomic damages in medical malpractice cases (F.S. 766.118) violates the Equal Protection Clause of the Florida Constitution. The Court went on and found that the statutory caps on noneconomic damages under that statute failed the rational […]
Personal Injury Posts
Below are all of the posts on the site related to Personal Injury.
How the Courts Work for Personal Injury Cases I was surprised at a recent social gathering of non-attorneys, just how many people were confused about the structure of our Court system. Confusion about the difference between criminal cases and civil cases. My goal in this post is to explain how the State courts work for […]
Know Your Law Firm The Florida Bar, over the last several years, has relaxed the rules governing advertising and many people are taken in by the personality they see on the television or the advertisement. It is important, if and when you need to call an attorney, that you perform some investigation into the attorney, […]
Taking Pictures is a Snap Part 2 After an accident, when taking pictures, be sure to take them from a variety of angles and different lighting. This will ensure that all of the evidence appears on one or more of the photographs. Automobiles should have pictures showing the entire car, then focus in on the […]
FLORIDA’S LEMON LAWS There are many misconceptions regarding Florida’s Lemon Laws, also known as The Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act, which are governed by Chapter 681 of the Florida Statutes. In accordance with Chapter 681, the first thing to remember is your vehicle must be purchased new from the dealership. Additionally, during the first 24 […]