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  • To Err is Human...

    The day after Christmas, three people on their way home from a nightclub were killed when their car smashed through two fences and plunged into a lake near Fort Lauderdale. Only the driver escaped the sinking vehicle and, although the cause is still under investigation , witnesses reported that the car had been speeding prior to the crash. A tragedy for sure, perhaps even a preventable one – and ...
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  • Can I Still Sue If I Am Partially to Blame for an Accident?

    Although traffic accidents are extremely common, no one actually expects to be involved in one. When a crash happens, it can be difficult to be sure exactly what went wrong. Even if you think the accident was partly your fault, it’s a good idea not to say so at the scene. There are processes for figuring out fault, and it’s best for everyone if they are followed. The good news is that in Florida, ...
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  • Zika Outbreak Update

    We've got good news and bad news. The good news is that, in mid-November, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that they do not consider Zika to be a “public health emergency of international concern” anymore. While that's a relief on a global front, the bad news is that Zika virus is still very present in the Miami area, and WHO says that going forward, places like Miami that are seeing ...
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  • What is Subrogation?

    The law is full of cumbersome terms and complex principles that can seem intimidating to many people. Yet, these notions are at play in our daily lives, whether we realize it or not. Subrogation is one of those ideas that can be very useful to understand in the context of personal injury. The word “subrogation” means to stand in the place of another, particularly to substitute for another with ...
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