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Monthly Archives: February 2021


How Is the Value of Pain and Suffering Calculated in Florida

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

After suffering a personal injury in Florida, you might qualify to receive different types of damages. You need to understand the different types of damages so that you know what you are owed. In most cases, people qualify for economic/special damages and non-economic/general damages. Examples of economic/special damages include lost wages and medical expenses…. Read More »

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Can I Sue a Florida Hotel for My Injury?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Florida hotels owe their clients more than just comfortable rooms. Hotel owners are expected to provide a safe space for guests. Any area or equipment that a hotel owns that guests are likely to use should be safe. Florida’s premises liability statute is the law that mandates property owners to keep their premises in… Read More »

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What Do I Do When the Other Driver Refuses To Share Their Insurance Information After a Florida Car Accident?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Although Florida is a “no-fault” state, there are times when a driver’s insurance policy cannot cover the expenses incurred after a car accident. If after a Florida car accident, your medical expenses exceed $10,000, or you suffer a severe injury, the at-fault driver’s insurance company should compensate you. You can never be prepared for… Read More »

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Personal Injury 101: When Should You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

A personal injury attorney is an attorney who can help you with personal injury cases. A personal injury is generally any injury that someone suffers due to another party’s negligence. People suffer personal injuries to their bodies, their minds, and even their emotions. Nonetheless, just because you were in an accident or your health… Read More »

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