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What Are Punitive Damages In A Personal Injury Case?

What Are Punitive Damages in a Personal Injury Case?

When you suffer an injury that is a result of the negligence of another person or entity, you may be entitled to recover specific types of damages in the form of financial compensation. There are different types of damages, and there are different guidelines that are followed for each when they are awarded to someone in a personal injury lawsuit. Punitive damages are not always sought by personal injury lawyers or awarded, but in some cases, they may be deemed appropriate.
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Can An Insurance Company Determine Fault When The Police Say No One Was To Blame?

Can an Insurance Company Determine Fault when the Police Say No One Was to Blame?

Determining fault is at the heart of any car accident that involves injuries and property damage. It’s typically the first question that is asked after a vehicle collision. The answer that is determined can have a dramatic effect on the parties involved in the accident, including whose insurance will cover damages and repairs, and whether there is someone who is subject to citations, fines, or even criminal liability.
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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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