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An Overview of Medical Malpractice During Child Birth

There is a distinction between a complication and negligence. Pregnancy itself is fraught with natural complications which are unavoidable, but negligence involves a breach in the standard of care by the medical professionals who’ve been trusted to provide a...

How to Pursue a Claim for Bed Bugs Against a Hotel?

Have you been a victim of bed bugs? Are you an attorney looking to maximize the value of your client’s bed bug claim against a hotel? Do you want to receive just compensation for the trauma of hotel bed bugs? Knowing who to sue and how to file a claim is half...

What If Whiplash Happens Days After Your Car Accident?

Whiplash is a common injury after a car accident, but many whiplash victims have no idea they have whiplash until at least the next day after the crash.  Because whiplash injuries may take some time to “set in” after a crash, these injuries often go...

Can You File a Lawsuit in Florida if You Are Not a U.S. Citizen?

Florida, especially the Miami area, has a huge, celebrated immigrant population.  Many of the people living in Florida are permanent residents, immigrants, tourists, international students, and other non-U.S.-citizens.  If you faced a serious injury in an...

Can You Still Sue if You Signed a Liability Waiver in Florida?

Today more than ever, many of the things we do require the use of a contract. Everything from participating in a marathon and rock climbing to playing sports requires signing a contract. In most of these contracts, there are liability waiver clauses all participants...

The History of Florida’s No Helmet Law for Motorcycles

Florida law does not require riders over the age of 21 to wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle, but only if they follow other insurance requirements. This law was passed in 2000 under much controversy. Miami motorcycle accident lawyer Prosper Shaked discusses the...