There are no limits on the damages you can recover in a car or truck wreck case. However, the judge in each case will instruct the jurors to be reasonable in determining damages. Watch John Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain.
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Most attorneys in Florida will charge clients on a contingent fee basis for legal representation in your auto accident case. Watch Todd Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain what that means for you.
The jury determines damages for auto accident cases involving 18-wheelers or semi-trucks after being given instructions by the judge in the case. Watch John Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, to learn what kind of damages you may receive compensation for if you have been injured.
Like other personal injury cases, witnesses play a key role in medical malpractice cases. Watch Geoffrey Schosheim, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain why.
The amount of compensation that you will receive for your case depends on the extent of your injuries. At the beginning of your case, the insurance company will offer a certain amount to settle your case. A jury that hears your case may give you an entirely different amount. Watch Todd Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain the difference.
There are several ways that you may be able to pay your medical bills after you've been injured in an accident. Watch John Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain each way.
In the five-year period between 2008 and 2012, 49 people drowned inside their own vehicles in Florida. The next closest state is Texas, with 18 drownings in car accidents. A study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimated the number of drownings in Florida car accidents averages about 57 each year. Sadly, Palm Beach County sees more automobile drownings than any other county.
You likely have the right to bring a legal action against the driver of the vehicle that hit you or your loved one. Watch Eric Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain what your claim might be based on.
Under Florida law, you do have a right to bring a lawsuit against the responsible parties if you were injured in a bicycle accident. Watch John Romano, attorney at Romano Law Group, explain your options.