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July 2018 Archives

Hurt? Look for a bilingual attorney to help

With any personal injury, part of the claim has to be good communication. When you file a claim, it has to be understandable in the insurance agency's preferred language. Even in Florida, there are agencies that prefer claims made in English over Spanish. Some have translators and workers who speak both languages, but the burden is still on you to make sure your claim is clear.

Possible defenses to a medical malpractice claim

Medical malpractice is a serious accusation that can be made by anyone who has stepped foot in your office, has consulted with you or who has received treatment from you in Florida. You can be as careful as possible when talking to or caring for a patient and that patient could still make a medical malpractice claim against you. Here are some possible defenses to medical malpractice if you ever face such an accusation.

Delayed onset of pain is real and troublesome

Any type of accident can cause you to suffer an injury or pain. It could be a car accident, a motorcycle accident, a workplace accident, an accident at home or an accident at school. It doesn't matter the type of accident that happened. All that matters is the severity of the accident when it comes to looking at your injuries and subsequent pain. One type of pain, delayed onset of pain, is a real issue.

Tips for legally breaking an employment contract

Almost every job in Florida and through the country is considered employment at will. This means that both the employer and the employee can terminate the terms of employment at any time, often without warning, and will be free of any legal repercussions. Now, there are situations where the employer must give some sort of reason for termination and it must not be discriminatory. Here's how you can legally break an employment contract.

Looking at the role of the construction manager

No matter where you look, you are bound to find something being built, renovated or torn down. This is the world of construction, and it is always moving in Miami and the rest of Florida. The industry is so important that there is a position at every construction firm known as the construction manager. Not many people really understand the role of the construction manager, even if they have hired a construction company.

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