What is the 14-Day Rule with Florida Car Accidents?

What is the 14 Day Rule?  As a Miami car accident lawyer, I have become very familiar with the 14 Day Rule. In Florida, if you do not seek medical treatment within 14 days of a car accident, your car insurance will not provide you with PIP coverage. PIP stands for Personal Injury Protection. Why…

I crashed into a car, am I automatically at fault in Florida?

As a Miami personal injury lawyer, I see lots and lots of car accident cases! The majority of these cases involve a rear end collision. Most people mistakenly believe that just because you hit someone,  you are automatically at fault. However, that is not always the case. In Florida, there is a rebuttable presumption of…

My Child Was Injured On A Playground, Do I Have A Case?

My child was injured on a playground. Do we have a case? The short answer is it depends. In order to have a case for injuries, there had to be some sort of negligence on the school or entity that built and/or maintains the playground. Playground injuries are very common. I recently settled a  large…

Should I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test During a DUI Stop?

A very common question that a lot of people wonder is, “if I’m stopped for a suspected DUI (driving under the influence), should I refuse the breathalyzer test?” This is a question that I myself had wondered about. What is the right thing to do? It is your right to refuse the breathalyzer test. People…