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How Long You Have to File an Injury Claim in Florida
How Long You Have to File an Injury Claim in Florida

After an accident, your life is irrevocably changed. Personal injury claims allow the injured to seek compensation from negligent people and insurance companies who are more interested in their bottom line than doing what is right. While a claim can never truly undo the harm ...

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  • How Long You Have to File an Injury Claim in Florida

    After an accident, your life is irrevocably changed. Personal injury claims allow the injured to seek compensation from negligent people and insurance ...

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  • Florida Sees Massive 20-Year Drop in Violent Crime

    According to figures from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, violent crimes like murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault have been ...

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  • What Leads to a Prescription Drug Charge in Florida?

    Given common prescription practices, it’s not unusual for someone to end up with a relatively large collection of opioids and other highly scheduled ...

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  • Could a Police Misconduct Civil Claim Affect My Criminal Case?

    In defense cases where our clients were the victims of police brutality , false arrest , corruption, racial profiling , or other forms of police ...

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  • Grand Theft vs. Petit Theft in Florida: Understanding the Difference

    Theft itself is defined in § 812.014 of the Florida Statutes as knowingly obtaining or using another’s property, with the intent of depriving the ...

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  • What Is Felony Embezzlement in Florida?

    Embezzlement is a white collar crime and a form of theft where someone uses a position of trust or authority to steal property for which they’ve been ...

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