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Monthly Archives: September 2023

Slip and Fall Accidents

When Should I Consult a Lawyer for a Slip and Fall Injury?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

One second, you were walking through a grocery store, taking a stroll outdoors, or maneuvering through a parking lot; the next, you slipped and fell on the floor. Slip and fall injuries can happen anywhere and can lead to life-altering injuries. You may be able to pursue financial compensation if you were injured in… Read More »

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Burn Injury

Can I File a Lawsuit for Compensation After a Burn Injury?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Everyone learns about fire safety from a young age. Unfortunately, that doesn’t stop burn injuries from happening. While all burns are devastating events, they range widely in terms of severity, liability, and opportunities for compensation.  Whether your burn injury came from an accident, a hot stove, a defective product, or an explosion, you may… Read More »

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Car Accident

Can I Claim Damages if My Car Accident Was Partly My Fault?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

When people consider making car accident claims, they usually think of one party as being entirely guilty and the other as being entirely innocent. Unfortunately, car accident liability is rarely this cut and dry. When two (or more) parties are partially to blame for an accident, seeking compensation becomes complicated — but not impossible. … Read More »

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Proving Liability After a Florida Motorcycle Crash Isn’t Easy

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Florida is uniquely prone to motorcycle crash and is among the states with the highest amount of motorcycle collisions. Proving Liability After a Florida Motorcycle Crash Unfortunately, proving liability for a motorcycle accident case is challenging. Many insurance companies and courts have unfair biases toward motorcyclists, seeing them as risk-takers. That doesn’t mean this… Read More »

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