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Florida Supreme Court Issues Key Decision in Uninsured Motorist Bad Faith Case

Prior to the Florida Supreme Court’s opinion in Fridman v. Safeco Ins. Co. of Illinois, No. SC13-1607, 2016 WL 743258 (Fla. Feb. 25, 2016), there was widespread uncertainty and confusion in the area of first party bad faith law. That led to multiple erroneous decisions in state trial courts, appellate courts and Federal trial courts… Read More »

How to Win A Social Security Disability Claim

Losing your ability to work and support your family due to an illness, medical condition, or serious injury can leave you feeling depressed, useless, overwhelmed and powerless.  The inability to provide for yourself or your family is frightening. The Social Security Disability process can be complicated and confusing when filing an initial application or appealing… Read More »

Types Of Medical Conditions that May Qualify You For Social Security Benefits

To be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you must have a significant impairment or combination of impairments that prevent you from gainful employment and have lasted or are expected to last at least one year or to result in death. Proving your disability under Social Security guidelines requires you to present convincing medical… Read More »

Which Types Of Social Security Disability Benefits Can I Receive?

Qualifying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) can be difficult, but once you do, it is important to understand what you may be eligible to receive to maximize your benefits. If you are disabled and have worked in covered employment long enough, you may receive disability benefits. The amount you receive is based on your… Read More »

The Holidays Are a Dangerous Time for Florida Drivers & Pedestrians

Sharing the roads with cars, trucks, motorcycles and buses is a dangerous game for pedestrians, who are unprotected from speeding vehicles. Whether crossing the street, jogging in a bike lane or playing in a driveway, pedestrians are at risk. While people exposed to traffic always face some risk of injury, the number of car accidents… Read More »

Is a Property Owner or Business Liable For My Injuries Caused by a Slip and Fall or Trip and Fall Accident?

Falls occur all the time because of uneven or improperly built stairs, steps with no handrails, uneven leading edges of sidewalks, leaking air conditioning vents, leaking water lines from refrigerators and freezers, freshly mopped floors and spills in commercial stores or restaurants. If you slip or trip and fall because of circumstances like these, you… Read More »

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents often result in serious injuries to the motorcycle driver and passenger. The rider and passenger are basically unprotected from a hard spill and resulting crush injuries following a crash with a motor vehicle. Common injuries include fractures and other damage to the rider’s neck, back, shoulders, arms, hips, legs, knees and ankles. Although… Read More »

Florida Auto Insurance that Benefits Accident Victims

There are three basic types of motor vehicle insurance to benefit auto accident victims: 1. Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage 2. Bodily Injury (BI) coverage 3. Uninsured or Underinsured (UM) coverage Personal Injury Protection (PIP): Florida law requires all Florida insurance policyholders to have PIP coverage to pay 80% of an injured victim’s medical bills… Read More »

What Happens At An SSD Appeal Hearing?

When you have worked long enough in qualifying jobs, you may expect Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits to be available for you if you ever need them. However, applicants are denied at a high rate, and you may have to go through several levels of appeals before you get the benefits you deserve.   A disability… Read More »

Types Of Disabilities That Qualify You For Social Security Benefits

To be eligible for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, you must have a significant impairment or combination of impairments that prevent you from gainful activity and have lasted or are expected to last at least one year or to result in death. Proving your disability under Social Security guidelines requires you to present convincing medical… Read More »

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