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    What is Colossus and how do Insurance Companies use it?

    When you submit a claim to an insurance company, whether it is from a slip and fall or an auto accident or any other personal injury claim, the insurance company receives all of your documentation relating to your injuries and they have to evaluate it. Most people assume that the adjusters themselve…Read More

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    Suing a Moving Company for Damage to Property in Florida

    Moving can be a monumental task. Relocating from one area to another and moving into a new house can be a very exciting but stressful time. Oftentimes, to help eliminate some of the stress, homeowners will hire movers who will pack up the items in your home and transport them to your new destination…Read More

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    How Auto Accident Settlement Negotiations Work in Florida

    It’s been months now, and you just found out that you have an offer on the table from the insurance company to try to resolve your auto accident claim. You probably have many questions. How much of that settlement do you get? What is deducted? Where does the money go? How much does my attorney get…Read More

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    Dog Bites: What you need to know if you get bit in Florida.

    Were you bitten by a dog and do you have mounting medical bills from it? If so, you may be wondering where you go from here, and who can be held responsible for your injuries. Obviously, the dog himself does not have insurance, so who compensates you? That answer and more will be answered in this bl…Read More

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    Common Slip and Fall Defenses by Insurance Companies

    If you've slipped and fell at an establishment and you are pursuing a case, it is likely that the company or business has an insurance policy in place to cover such mishaps. This insurance company is responsible for defending the company and potentially giving you an offer to settle your claim. Know…Read More

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    Being Evicted in Florida: What You Need To Know!

    If you rent an apartment in Florida, you know that you have certain obligations and duties to your landlord. One of the most obvious, is to pay rent on time. There are others, such as agreeing not to allow illegal activities to take place on the property and not staying beyond your lease period. In …Read More

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    What debts can be levied against your property in Florida?

    In Florida, the debt collection laws allow certain creditors to collect money from individuals if the creditor is awarded a judgment in court. If the court finds that you owe someone money, you will have a judgment entered against you and the creditor will be able to pursue you for that judgment, ty…Read More