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What To Expect In A Personal Injury Deposition

What to Expect in a Personal Injury Deposition

Most personal injury cases involve depositions. Because most of these types of cases are settled before they make it to trial, it may be the only time that you are questioned by the counsel from the other side. Having to participate in a deposition may be daunting, causing some nervousness, especially when you don’t know what to expect. The following outlines what normally happens in personal injury depositions.
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Can Parents File A Personal Injury Lawsuit On Behalf Of Their Child

Can Parents File a Personal Injury Lawsuit on Behalf of Their Child

When a child is injured due to a car accident or negligence on someone else’s part, it can be a tricky situation to settle or litigate because they are not yet 18 years of age. These cases require an attorney who is knowledgeable about the special procedural requirements in cases that involve children. Minors in Florida cannot pursue their own personal injury claims because they are not of the legal age to do so.
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Drivers Must Take Adverse Weather Conditions Into Account Says Boca Car Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

Drivers Must Take Adverse Weather Conditions into Account Says Boca Car Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

The end of summer and beginning of fall are prime time for hurricanes in Florida. With wind and rain, flooding, and hazardous road conditions, it’s sometimes best to stay off of the roadways completely. Of course, that isn’t always possible. But, when drivers must be on the road when adverse weather conditions exist, it’s important to take those conditions into account says Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne.
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What If My Child Is Injured at a Friend’s House?

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare — getting a phone call informing you that your child has been injured in an accident. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), unintentional injury is the leading cause of death and serious injury among children between birth and age 19. Each year, over 12,000 children die due to accidental injuries, and more than 9.2 million are seen in emergency rooms for non-fatal injuries.
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