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  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/30/2014

Unless you have a family member who is an experienced personal injury attorney, or perhaps a close friend who handles these cases, or unless you have retained a good accident lawyer in the past who did a good job for you, it is difficult to know who to hire to represent you in your own serious injury case. The phone…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/15/2014

The Florida Supreme Court has just overturned a 2003 law that imposed arbitrary limits on damages for pain and suffering in wrongful death claims. In that case, the Plaintiffs argued that Florida's limits on damages for non-economic harm violated the rights of victims of negligence to equal protection under the law, access to courts, and separation of powers under the…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/15/2014

Everyone knows that in California you must have liability insurance in order to drive or register a car. The important feature of liability insurance is that in the event of a car crash that causes someone else bodily injury or property damage, it provides financial protection to pay for the other person's injuries and damages. The minimum allowed coverage in…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/11/2014

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recently issued a recall on the following items. If you own one,, contact the manufacturer or the store where you purchased the item to arrange for a return, replacement or refund. MARCH 11, 2014 Therapedic of New England Recalls Mattresses Therapedic of New England Recalls Mattresses Due to Violation of Federal Mattress Flammability Standard;…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/04/2014

Accidents between cars and bicycles are all too common. In any contest between a car and a bicycle, the car always wins. One issue that arises often is the insuranc company's claim that the cyclist was riding in the wrong direction on the sidewalk or crosswalk. Is this a proper argument and defense to an injury claim from a bicyclist?…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 03/03/2014

Agreements to keep bodily injury settlements are common when one of the parties to the settlement does not want the terms or the facts of a settlement to be disclosed publically. Usually the request for confidentiality is made by a business or a medical professional that does not want news of a settlement, where they pay damages, to be made…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 02/19/2014

Recent insurance company schemes include a return to an old ploy of sending a claims representative to the home of an accident victim within days of a collision, waiving dollars in front of them. They promise the victims and their families that in exchange for a signature on a release form, they'll get a few hundred dollars right now and…Read More

  • By: John Rosenberg
  • Published: 01/30/2011

Occasionally, I meet with a prospective client in my office, and he or she is obviously torn about pursing a claim for their injuries and damages. On one hand, they are obviously injured and suffering from injuries received in an incident that was caused by another person. On the other hand, they don’t want to be seen as one of…Read More

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