According to the American Cancer Society, there will be over 1.7 million new cancer cases diagnosed this year in the United States alone—and over 600,000 cancer deaths across the country. By detecting cancer early, clinicians stand a much better chance of treating it successfully. However, the initial warning signs of […]
According to Florida statute 768.19, when a person’s death is caused by a wrongful act of negligence, it is considered a wrongful death. Thankfully, surviving family members have the ability to file a wrongful death claim—which can provide resources to help lessen their financial burden. “Wrongful death claims are some […]
Surgery is a serious medical procedure that can save or end lives. Of course, pain and discomfort are expected after a major surgery, but there’s always a chance of human error as well. If your surgeon made a mistake during your operation and caused significant damage, you could be entitled […]
Florida is one of only 12 no-fault insurance states in the United States. What exactly does this mean? In a no-fault insurance state, your car insurance coverage pays for your medical treatment or other out-of-pocket expenses up to policy limits—regardless of who was at fault. “It’s entirely possible to file […]
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