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Archive for December 2014

In Personal Injury Litigation, what is a tort?

Oh, the terms you see and hear when dealing with the legal system.  There’s “Juris prudence” or “pro se” and let’s not forget “ex parte”.  The legal system does seem to have its own language.  A word that is commonly used is “tort”.  Some terms or words can be figured Continue Reading...

Is Defamation of Character a Personal Injury?

There are obvious personal injuries; broken bones, burns, dislocations, mental changes due to a head injury but what about defamation of character? First, we need to know the definition of “defamation of character”. “Defamation of character” is described as a false statement about someone, either written or spoken, that has Continue Reading...

Ridiculous Personal Injury Claims

Filing a personal injury claim is necessary to ensure financial stability after an incident that affects earning potential and medical bills.  There are, however, many who use the system to try and get rich quick.  These baseless claims cost money and clog the court systems.  Here are some of these Continue Reading...

Types of personal injury accidents

Personal injury accidents are exactly what is says; injuries to your body.  The most common cause of a personal injury is from car accidents, falls, accidents in the home and at work, assaults and product defects.  These accidents cause injuries that range from the very minor, lacerations, to the severe, Continue Reading...

What is personal injury protection?

Personal injury protection is an extension of your auto insurance.  It was originally made to give injured drivers or others in the car, immediate coverage for medical expenses up to $10,000.  This would reduce the wait time if a court had to determine fault.  Florida is among nine other states Continue Reading...

Personal Injury Settlements

Getting injured can be costly.  Not only do you have medical bills to pay, but you might be out of work due to the injury.  No work equals no pay and now all your other bills are getting behind.  When the injury is something you caused, there’s not much you Continue Reading...