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A Brief Introduction to Florida Tort Law For Negligence

July 23, 2021
Joseph Discepola

Tort is a legal term that refers to a personal injury caused by a civil violation. So if a party causes you an injury, you can take civil action against them. Tort law aims to provide compensation to the victim who has endured an injury, undue loss, or suffering caused...

3 Misconceptions About Personal Injury Claims

July 20, 2021
Joseph Discepola

Personal injury cases arise when a person gets injured in any kind of accident due to someone else’s carelessness (negligence). The most common types of personal injury cases include motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence, premises liability (slip/trip and fall), and product liability. An experienced personal injury lawyer would be...

Frequently Asked Questions About Nursing Home Negligence & Violation of Residents’ Rights

June 9, 2021
Joseph Discepola

Nursing home neglect is a tragic but not uncommon issue in the United States. It happens when seniors do not get the proper care and suffer physical or mental health problems as a result. The problem can occur anywhere and can take many shapes. What makes this particularly disturbing is that...

How To Choose The Right Personal Injury Lawyer

June 4, 2021
Joseph Discepola

If you’ve been hurt due to someone else’s careless action and want to file a compensation claim, it is essential to find the right personal injury lawyer to represent you. While different situations could lead to a valid personal injury claim, an injury doesn’t automatically result in legal liability. A lawyer helps...

$357K awarded to family of 92-year-old man who died after nursing home fall

September 30, 2020
Joseph Discepola

A Wilton Manors nursing home must pay $356,700 to the family of a 92-year-old man who fell and injured his head but was not taken to the hospital, an arbitration panel has ordered. Calvin Gorsuch, 92, of Pompano Beach, had Alzheimer’s disease and a history of falls and had been admitted to...