Florida Bill HR 1927

“Fairness” in Class Action Litigation Act: Fair for Whom?

posted on Friday, August 7th, 2015 and is filed under Legislation

Work with Tampa’s Experienced Class Action Litigation Attorneys! Imagine that you purchase a wonderful new product – an energy drink or a new kitchen tool, for example. You consume or use the product but all does not go well. The...

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Florida has parasailing accidents

Parasailing Accidents

posted on Wednesday, July 15th, 2015 and is filed under Negligence, Personal Injury

Work with experienced Tampa personal injury attorneys! Parasailing is one of the most popular attractions along Florida’s coastline. You pay your money, take a ride in a boat, strap yourself into a harness – possibly with a friend lashed to...

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medical malpractice

The Truth About Medical Malpractice

posted on Saturday, July 11th, 2015 and is filed under Medical Malpractice

Most of us agree that qualified doctors fill an important place in our society. They take care of us when we’re sick, they may save our lives when we are at death’s door, and they help minor and major injuries...

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Young people using social media on a beach

Social Media and the Law: are my Facebook Posts Discoverable?

posted on Thursday, July 9th, 2015 and is filed under Litigation Tactics, Working with your attorney

Let the Tampa litigation attorneys help you understand your privacy rights! Like most Americans, you probably share a large portion of your life online. You take a trip to the lake and snap a few pictures of yourself soaking up...

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Suing a cruise line for cruise ship injuries

What Should I do if I’m Injured on a Cruise Ship?

posted on Tuesday, July 7th, 2015 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

The cruise ship industry presents itself as the ultimate in vacations. Your “hotel” is a floating party, with mountains of food and endless entertainment, and in case that isn’t enough, you have regular opportunities to disembark and see different parts...

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Suing a cruise line for cruise ship injuries

Why are Trial Lawyers so Important?

posted on Thursday, July 2nd, 2015 and is filed under Litigation Tactics, Negligence, Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Most trial lawyers representing plaintiffs in civil cases work on a contingency- fee basis – meaning they don’t get paid anything unless and until they collect an award for their clients. This can translate into heavy risks for the attorneys...

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Florida pain and suffering lawsuit

How do I Prove my Pain and Suffering?

posted on Tuesday, June 30th, 2015 and is filed under Personal Injury, Working with your attorney

Consult an experienced Tampa personal injury attorney TODAY! Imagine that you are walking by a construction site when you hear a loud noise. You turn around in time to see a large piece of equipment hurtling toward you, out of...

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Amusement park injuries Florida lawsuit

What if I am Injured at an Amusement Park?

posted on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015 and is filed under Personal Injury

Contact the Tampa Premises Liability Attorneys TODAY! Of the thousands of people who flock to Florida’s amusement parks each year, very few will be injured on a ride. For those who are, however, a dream vacation or fun outing with...

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Scary lawyer, dirty legal tricks vs ethical rules

No Dirty Tricks: How the Florida Bar’s Ethics Rules Shape the Ideal Lawyer

posted on Thursday, June 18th, 2015 and is filed under Legal Malpractice, Working with your attorney

Work with the Wagner McLaughlin attorneys who understand and implement the Florida Bar Ethics Rules. When some litigants describe their ideal lawyer, they picture a “bulldog” attorney who will fight a no-holds-barred, guerrilla-type campaign designed to flatten the other party...

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sovereign immunity- can I still sue a government agency?

Does Sovereign Immunity Prevent me From Suing a Government Agency or Employee for Negligence?

posted on Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 and is filed under Negligence, Uncategorized

It used to be that citizens in Florida were barred from suing the state or any of its agencies or subdivisions. Until the mid-1970’s, if you were injured or damaged in any way by negligent governmental action, you could not...

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