Are Pedestrians Safe In Orlando?

Personal Injury | Apr 19, 2018 by Robert Horst

Pedestrians in Florida don’t have it easy. Cities like Orlando are overcrowded and lack adequate crosswalks, bike lanes, and sidewalks. A recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA)…

Birth Injuries – Who Can Be Sued?

Personal Injury | Mar 19, 2018 by Robert Horst
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If you’re expecting a child, congratulations. While it may not be a pleasant subject, parents need to know that if a child suffers a birth injury in Florida because of…

What Happens At A Car Accident Mediation?

Personal Injury | Jan 20, 2018 by Robert Horst
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If you are injured by a negligent driver in a traffic collision in the Orlando area, you are entitled under Florida law to compensation for your medical bills and lost wages.…

The Impact Of Social Media On Personal Injury Cases

Personal Injury | Dec 16, 2017 by Robert Horst
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In Florida, if you are injured accidentally because another person was negligent, in most cases, you are entitled to complete compensation for your medical treatment, lost wages, and all other…

Can You Sue A Theme Park For Injuries?

Personal Injury | Jul 20, 2017 by Robert Horst
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Amusement parks are beloved institutions in the United States. Established, permanent sites like Disney World, Universal, and SeaWorld attract more than 300 million visitors a year, according to the International…

Accidents At Water Park – Keeping Your Family Safe

Personal Injury | Jun 23, 2017 by Robert Horst
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Injuries at amusement parks may happen more often than we think. Deaths at amusement parks always attract the attention of the media, but there’s no established system for tracking amusement park…

What Are Nominal Damages?

Personal Injury | May 22, 2017 by Robert Horst
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In the state of Florida, if you are injured by someone else’s negligence in a traffic accident, at your place of work, on another person’s property, or in an incident…

Introduction To The “14 Day Rule”

Personal Injury | Apr 06, 2017 by Robert Horst
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In 2013, the Florida Legislature amended the No-Fault Act (Florida Statute 627.736) in an effort to curtail insurance fraud and reduce Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) insurance premiums. One particular change…

Five Factors Victims Of Drunk Driving Accidents Should Consider

Personal Injury | Mar 21, 2017 by Robert Horst
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While every motorist in the state of Florida already knows that driving under the influence is against the law, you may not know that if you are injured by an…

How Does A Subrogation Action Work?

Personal Injury | Feb 24, 2017 by Robert Horst
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In the state of Florida, when you sustain a personal injury because another person was negligent, you entitled by Florida law to full compensation for your injury-related medical expenses, lost…