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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florida auto accident comparative negligence

So What is Comparative Negligence, Anyway?

posted on Wednesday, June 10th, 2015 and is filed under Personal Injury

Contact a Tampa personal injury litigation attorney today! When more than one person is at fault in an accident, Florida, along with only twelve other states, holds to a doctrine of comparative negligence, which apportions a party’s share of the...

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It's not personal for your Florida insurance adjuster: It's business

Personal Injury & the Insurance Adjuster

posted on Monday, May 11th, 2015 and is filed under Uncategorized

Our legal experience with insurance adjusters can help your case! Contact us TODAY! One of the realities you have to face quickly after you are involved in an accident is that the insurance company often won’t agree with you on...

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Wagner McLaughlin's ACTL fellows

American College of Trial Lawyers

posted on Monday, May 4th, 2015 and is filed under About Wagner McLaughlin, Litigation Tactics

ACTL Fellows: Alan Wagner, John McLaughlin, and Bill Wagner The American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), the most selective group of trial lawyers in North America, was founded in 1950 with the goal to improve the practice of civil and criminal...

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Florida injured tourist personal injury lawyer

The Injured International Tourist

posted on Friday, May 1st, 2015 and is filed under Uncategorized

Work with the experienced International Tourist Claim lawyers! The Florida sunshine attracts tourists from all over the world. These travelers come to enjoy beaches, local attractions, and some time having fun with their families and friends away from home. When...

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Consider carefully Florida offers of judgement

Offers of Judgment

posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2015 and is filed under Litigation Tactics, Personal Injury, Working with your attorney

  Florida law allows parties in a lawsuit to make Offers of Judgment in advance of trial, which can have a significant impact on the case. It is important to know how Offers of Judgment operate so that you can...

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Florida bad faith lawsuits: Insurance companies aren't always on your side.

Understanding Insurance Company Bad-Faith Doctrine

posted on Monday, April 27th, 2015 and is filed under Insurance Companies, Personal Injury

Work with Tampa’s “Bad Faith” insurance attorneys! Florida law requires insurance companies to act in “good faith” toward their policyholders  by promptly investigating insurance claims, settling claims at or below the policy limits whenever possible, and protecting policyholders from judgments...

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