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At the end of a trial, a jury may sometimes decide to award a plaintiff “punitive damages.” An award of punitive damages can often be higher than what are referred to as compensatory damages, which are geared at compensating someone for the actual loss suffered. However, punitive damages are not awarded in every case,… Read More »
Drunk drivers cause car accidents that kill thousands of people annually nationwide. Drunk driving accidents also cause serious injuries to others who end up needing expensive long term medical care. A person who gets injured in a car accident caused by a drunk driver, and whose injuries can be classified as serious injuries under… Read More »
Florida drivers are expected to seek compensation from their own insurance companies in the event of a car accident, regardless of which driver is at fault in causing the accident. There are exceptions to this rule, for example, when the driver suffers permanent injuries, or has medical bills that exceed a certain amount. If… Read More »
Can A Failure To Follow A Law Limit My Compensation For An Injury Sustained In A Florida Motorcycle Accident?
Motorcycle riders often face more dangers than other road users. Not every driver knows how to take precautions when sharing the road with motorcyclists and this can lead to accidents in which motorcycle riders are seriously injured or killed. Sometimes however, accidents can be caused by the actions of the riders, and if the… Read More »
Motorcycle insurance is optional for anyone 21 and older and wearing a helmet. Anyone 21 or older may ride a motorcycle without a helmet if they are covered by an insurance policy providing for at least $10,000.00 in medical benefits for injuries incurred in a crash. So, you think to yourself either 1) I… Read More »
Not every car accident results in visible injuries. It is possible for a person who is involved in a car accident to leave the scene of the accident feeling no pain and experiencing no symptoms, only to feel the effects of the accident hours or even days later. While in some cases the delay… Read More »
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