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  • 12 Dec. 2016

    Can I File a Lawsuit If the Accident Was Partly My Fault?

    Posted By Darrigo, Diaz & Jimenez

    Determining fault is one of the most difficult aspects of any accident claim. However, it is also the most important. Determining who was at fault for an accident, and to what degree, is rarely straightforward – even in cases that seem “black and white.” For example, let’s say that Driver A was making a left-hand turn when Driver B, who was driving 30 mph above the speed ...
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  • 8 Dec. 2016

    How Long Do I Have to File a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

    Posted By Darrigo, Diaz & Jimenez

    Deadlines for Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Florida In Florida, all personal injury lawsuits must be filed before the statute of limitations expires. The statute of limitations refers to the amount of time you have from the date of your injury to file a claim. If you fail to do so before the clock runs out in your case, you will be barred from recovering any level of compensation. For this ...
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  • 18 Nov. 2016

    Bitten By a Dog in Florida? Here's What You Need to Know

    Posted By Darrigo, Diaz & Jimenez

    About “Strict Liability” in Florida Dog Bite Cases Florida’s dog bite statute, Section 767.04, states that a dog owner is strictly liable for the actions of their pet. More specifically, they are liable for injuries if their dog bites another person who is on public property or lawfully in a private place. So what does “strict liability” mean according to the law? ...
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  • 8 Nov. 2016

    Study Ranks Florida Highway as Most Dangerous Interstate in America

    Posted By Darrigo, Diaz & Jimenez

    An analysis of interstate fatalities between 2010 and 2015 by Everquote has revealed that Interstate 4 is the most dangerous road in the country. The study analyzed raw data gathered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The analysis revealed that there was an average of 1.41 fatalities per mile during the last six years along the 132-mile stretch of highway. Experts ...
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  • 10 Oct. 2016

    Do I Have a Right to Refuse a DUI Test in Florida?

    Posted By Darrigo, Diaz & Jimenez

    Do you have a right to refuse a test for DUI if the officer asks you? The short answer is technically yes, but refusal may not be in your best interests. Here’s why: Florida is an implied consent state, which means that drivers are automatically assumed to give their consent for blood, breath, or urine tests for DUI. If a driver is lawfully arrested by an officer who has probable cause to ...
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