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Wrongful Death and Survival Action

What is the Difference Between Wrongful Death and Survival Action in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Wrongful death is a situation when someone dies as a direct result of negligent or intentional actions on behalf of another individual or entity. These are complex cases that can be difficult to deal with for families who are already grieving and trying to cope with their loss. The most significant distinction here is… Read More »

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Wrongful Death

What Constitutes Wrongful Death in FL and Why Hiring a Lawyer is Essential to Your Settlement 

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Wrongful death accidents happen more frequently than many people realize. When someone dies as a result of the misconduct of another, their estate or next of kin may be able to file a lawsuit for wrongful death in FL.

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What Is Considered Wrongful Death in Florida After a Car Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

The emotional grief after suffering the devastating loss of a loved one is enough to occupy someone’s mind for a long time. To add, it creates a whirlwind of legal issues for the survivors and beneficiaries—it seems as though when your world has come to a halt, the legal proceedings have just begun. Not… Read More »

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Who's Fault

Can You Recover Money if You Were At Fault in a Florida Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

This article addresses a common question amongst personal injury. Many people that were recently injured in a car accident where they were at fault also incur expenses that their insurance may not approve in a claim. That is why many people at fault in an accident where they were injured still wonder if they… Read More »

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Where Can Florida Injury Lawyers Get Qualified Leads Instantly?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

If you’re an attorney in the state of Florida, then you’re going to want to read this! My firm, Rosen Injury Law has been getting a lot of calls for cases that are outside of our practice area. Cases like landlord-tenant law, will and trusts, criminal defense, labor and employment, and even real estate transactions. Our… Read More »

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Car Accident

What Shouldn’t You Do if You’ve Been Injured in a Florida Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

These are two things that you should not do if you’ve been injured in an accident, and the first is to give a statement to the other person’s insurance company. The other person’s insurance company that was involved in the accident is not there to protect you, but they’re there to protect and defend… Read More »

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What Questions Should I Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer Before Hiring Them in Florida?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

When selecting a law firm to represent you it’s important to make sure they are qualified to handle your case. The law firm you choose should have experience handling your type of case and should be able to work closely with you to ensure the greatest outcome. Below, Rosen Injury Law attorney, Alex Litowsky,… 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 Constitues a Florida Wrongful Death Suit When Involving a Baby Left in a Hot Car?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

A Florida family brought a wrongful death suit against Ewing’s Love and Hope Preschool daycare and daycare co-owner Darryl Ewing for child neglect regarding 4-month-old Brooklyn Blount, who was found unconscious in a hot vehicle and died shortly thereafter. In May 2019, Brooklyn was inadvertently left in a daycare van, just outside the daycare… Read More »

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