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What Is a Personal Injury Lawyer and What Do They Do in Florida?

What Is a Personal Injury Lawyer and What Do They Do in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

If you have suffered injuries due to someone else’s negligence, understanding your legal options is crucial. Knowing “What Is a Personal Injury Lawyer?” and how they can assist you is essential in these situations. Our experienced personal injury attorneys are here to guide you through the complex legal process and fight for your right… Read More »

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Florida Barefoot Driving Laws

Is Driving Barefoot Illegal in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In the heart of the Sunshine State, where the climate is as inviting as the laid-back, beach-centric lifestyle, a frequently asked question bubbles up among both residents and visitors: Is it illegal to drive barefoot in Florida?

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How Do Civil Jury Trials Work in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

If you’re a victim of personal injury who has filed a lawsuit which is going to trial, you may find it stressful because you don’t know what to expect or what the outcome will be. And you’re not alone, there are still many practicing attorneys out there who are nervous whenever the prospect of… Read More »

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Medical Malpractice - Rosen Injjury

How Do You Know If You Were the Victim of Florida Medical Malpractice?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Having trust in medical professionals is incredibly important when it comes to your wellbeing in times of health emergencies. When we get sick, and you have no background in medicine, your doctor is who you turn to in your time of need. And although doctors usually operate with the highest degree of care when… Read More »

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What is Considered Negligent Hiring in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Negligent hiring occurs when an employer fails to use reasonable care and due diligence when hiring an employee. A claim of negligent hiring usually arises when that employee then injures another while in the course of their employment. Employers have a duty to conduct a reasonable background investigation to ensure their employee is qualified… Read More »

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Can You Sue for Personal Injury Damages During Florida Hurricanes?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Often during hurricanes, there is damage that a person sustains that is more than just property damage. People may sustain physical injuries during hurricanes that may be someone else’s fault. Say perhaps you are a renter, and your landlord failed to maintain your property in a reasonably safe condition. That failure to maintain the… Read More »

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How can Bodycam Footage Help You Win Your Accident Case in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In this article, Fort Lauderdale car accident attorneys, Eric Rosen, and Alex Litowsky give us insight on why Bodycam footage is such an important piece of evidence for your attorney to obtain if you’ve been injured in an accident. Some of the major cases Rosen Injury Law handles include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and… Read More »

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Crash Report

Should I Get An Accident Report After an Accident in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

The answer I tell my clients with few exceptions is, “Yes, you should get a crash report if you’ve been involved in a car accident.” Whether that crash report is filled out by a police officer or a community service aid, it’s going to have additional information that’s going to assist an attorney who… Read More »

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Negligence

What is Considered Negligence in a Florida Personal Injury Lawsuit?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

This is a quick lesson on injury law 101. The question is, what is negligence, and how can someone recover money damages as a result of being injured by someone else’s negligence? Negligence is composed of four elements, duty, breach, causation, and damages. Duty looks at whether someone has to use reasonable care under… Read More »

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What Are the Best Tips for Accident Attorneys Taking Depositions on Zoom?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In this short video, Fort Lauderdale Accident Attorney, Eric Rosen, shares the latest technology tips when taking depositions on Zoom or other remote video conferencing.

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