Common Assertions About Wrongful Death Lawsuits: Are They Fact Or Fiction?
19 February 2016
If you're considering filing a wrongful death lawsuit, you're sure to get a lot of feedback and so-called advice from well-meaning friends and family members. However, not all of the common assertions about wrongful death lawsuits are true. Here's a look at some common ones. You might be surprised which are fact and which are fiction.
You have to file your lawsuit promptly because there's a statute of limitations: FACT
Considering A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit? Who Should You Name As Defendant?
3 February 2016
If you've recently been injured or made ill through a medical professional's negligence, you may already be considering your legal options -- including filing a malpractice lawsuit. However, even if you have a clear set of facts pointing toward liability, affixing blame on the wrong person (or entity) can cause your case to be dismissed; and depending upon the amount of time that has elapsed since your injury, you may be prevented from refiling against the correct person.
Crystal Ball Crime Prevention: What You Need To Know About Florida's Tangled Premises Liability Law
22 January 2016
Have you been injured on someone else's residential or commercial property in Florida, due to a crime being committed there? You may be able to sue the owner of the premises for personal injury under Florida's premises liability law. However, when you bring the case to court, you will likely discover that the actual law essentially requires the owners of the premises to be fortune tellers, and the way each judge assesses a property owner's psychic abilities is quite subjective.
What Should You Know About Collecting A Personal Injury Judgment After A Car Wreck?
22 December 2015
If you've recently won a personal injury lawsuit against someone who injured you in a car wreck, you may be relieved to finally have vindication against the person who caused your physical and emotional pain. However, in many cases your legal battle may have only just begun. Read on to learn more about the steps you'll need to take to collect on your judgment, as well as what you can do if faced with a recalcitrant defendant.