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Car Accidents

If you have been injured in a car accident due to the fault of someone else, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other compensation. Let me use my more than a decade of experience representing national car insurance carriers to get you the compensation that you are entitled to. Contact me to review your legal options. In Florida, there is a two-year statute of limitations from the date of the accident to bring a legal action, so it is important engage counsel promptly. Contact me to review your legal options.
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Wrongful Death

Unexpectedly loosing someone you love due to another’s negligence is heart breaking. While no legal action can bring your loved one back, obtaining justice can assist with ensuring the surviving family members are cared for and the wrongdoer is held accountable. In Florida, there is a two-year statute of limitations from the date of the death to bring a legal action, so it is important engage counsel promptly. Contact me to review your legal options.
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Products Liability

When we purchase a product or good, we have an expectation that the product will be safe to use or provide necessary safety warnings. Sometimes products, however, have a manufacturer’s defect or fail to disclose the safe way to use a product. Compensation may be available to you if you have been injured due to a product defect. Contact me to review your legal options.
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Premise Liability/Negligent Security

In Florida, property owners have a duty to maintain and keep their property safe. This duty includes warning a visitor of known dangers on the property and protecting against slip and fall accidents and dog bites. Lawfully maintaining a property also includes providing the necessary security measures to keep other’s safe. All residential and commercial property owners are subject to this legal responsibility. Compensation may be available to you if you have been injured due to another’s failure to legally maintain their property or warn of known property dangers. Contact me to review your legal options.
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Equestrian Liability

Generally, an equine activity sponsor, professional, or person, including a corporation or partnership, will not be liable for an injury or death of a participant resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities. Florida law, however, allows for five exceptions to this general rule. Under any of these exceptions the equine sponsor, professional, or person will be liable if they:

 

  1. provide the equipment or tack, and knew or should have known that the equipment or tack was faulty, and it was so faulty as to be totally or partially responsible for the injury;
  2. provide the equine and failed to make reasonable and prudent efforts to determine the ability of the participant to engage safely in the equine activity, or to determine the ability of the participant to safely manage the particular equine based on the participant’s representation of his or her ability;
  3. own, lease, rent, has authorized use of, or is otherwise in lawful possession and control of the land or facilities upon which the participant was injured, and the injury was due totally or in part, to a dangerous latent condition which was known to the equine activity sponsor, equine professional, or person and failed to post warning signs;
  4. commit an act or omission that a reasonably prudent person would not have done or omitted under the same or similar circumstances or that constitutes willful or wanton disregard for the safety of the participant, which act or omission was a proximate cause of the injury; or
  5. intentionally injures the participant.

Compensation may be available to you if your injuries are a result of at least one of the five exceptions permitted under Florida law. Contact me to review your legal options.