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After this past election season in which Republicans made Louisiana's high car insurance rates a pressing campaign issue, the GOP is expecting efforts to try to limit damages awarded in car wreck lawsuits to be front and center in the 2020 legislative session....read more
A Bend, Oregon hospital is being sued for $26.5 million by the family of a Jacksonville, Florida woman who died while receiving care there back in 2017. Thirty-two-year-old Casey Gwenyth Galusha-Beck died from septic shock following a breast infection. The lawsuit,...read more
South Florida has no shortage of personal injury lawsuits. With any area that has a high population, this should be expected. We here at Inserra Law Firm show the most common types of personal injury claims that are made in South Florida. You may be surprised at the...read more
A Georgia jury reached a verdict in The Walking Dead stuntman John Bernecker’s wrongful death trial, awarding his estate $8.6 million in civil damages. In the process, AMC Networks was found not to be liable or negligent in Bernecker’s death. The jury did, however,...read more
Uber just-released their U.S. Safety Report, and it sets forth in some detail its number of fatal accidents. The good news is that the overall rate per mile is about half the national average. The problem is, that the report makes some strange choices as far as what...read more
One aspect of wrongful death suits that is not as prevalent as others are burn injuries and deaths. This case recently reported, is becoming a little more common as a Florida man died in a burning Tesla. Tesla owner Omar Awan was driving his dream car when he lost...read more
More and more tobacco wrongful death suits are popping up. Now another one in Florida has had a judgment. A Florida jury has awarded a gay man more than $157 million in a wrongful death lawsuit after his husband died from lung cancer caused by smoking cigarettes, in...read more
The common thought is that if a person goes into a store and slips and falls and gets hurt, the store is automatically responsible for the injury. Unfortunately, the laws in Florida regarding slip and falls do not follow that common thought. A person who slips and...read more
Many people believe that if they become injured in a store because of a wet floor or another dangerous condition that the store is automatically liable for the injury and must immediately begin paying for medical bills. Much of the time, when a person becomes injured...read more
This is a very important question (Can I sue car rental company) when it comes to liability regarding car rentals, car rental companies, and insurance and whether the renter has insurance. To illustrate, the state of Florida maintains top status as a worldwide tourist...read more
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