Monthly Archives: April 2023
So, what is comparative fault? It’s a legal term used to determine who is responsible for the damages caused in an accident. Florida used to follow a pure comparative fault system, which meant that damages would be awarded according to the percentage of fault each party had in the incident, regardless of how small… Read More »
Florida law specifies no limit as to how much you can sue for a car accident. Some claims have a small value, such as $10,000 to $15,000, while others can command settlements and awards in the seven- and eight figures. Though juries can award large amounts in extreme cases, certain legal and financial considerations… Read More »
Unsurprisingly, personal injury cases account for a high proportion of Florida civil litigation. An individual can file a personal injury case when harmed by the negligence or intentional action of another person, business, or government agency. The most prevalent examples include auto accidents, slips and falls, medical malpractice, and defective products.