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Category Archives: Civil Litigation

Car Accident Attorney Tampa: does the gap in my treatment affect my case?

Many Car Accident Attorneys Tampa are asked about this question, when their clients fail to properly rehabilitate or treat with their physicians and miss appointments. This occurs in one or two ways–a client may fail to follow through with the treatment recommendations of their physicians, such as, failing to seek an MRI/EKG/EEG, or a client […]

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Tampa Car Wreck Attorney: Why did the insurance company make a quick offer on my case?

Any Tampa Car Wreck Attorney attorney will tell you that insurance companies will do anything possible to pay as little as possible in car accident cases. Frankly, insurance companies make quick settlement offers, like they probably did in your case, to avoid the injured from getting an attorney and getting the money you deserve and […]

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Tampa Divorce Attorneys: Tea Leoni, David Duchovny End 17-Year Marriage

“The X-Files” star David Duchovny and “Deep Impact” actress Tea Leoni wed in 1997. The 17 years that followed weren’t always easy. By all appearances, the two stood by each other during tough times. They separated and reconciled twice, but eventually, there was no more work they could do to save their marriage. Earlier this […]

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Tampa Car Accident Attorneys: Why contact my insurance company?

Many Tampa car accident attorneys face tons of questions from their client about why their car insurance company must be involved. Many Clients would prefer only contacting the at-fault driver’s insurance company because of fears that their own insurance company will raise rates on their own automobile insurance. Contacting your own insurance company is for […]

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Why do I have to treat within fourteen days of my Tampa car accident?

Tampa car accident attorneys are often asked about the meaning of the new 14 day window for treating after a car accident. There are essentially two reasons for this time frame. One being a legal issue, while the other issue is a tactical issue. First, the Florida Legislature passed a new law that became effective […]

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What is the rule of sequestration?

Tampa trial attorneys will routinely request the court “invoke the Rule” prior to a jury or non-jury trial beginning.  The rule of sequestration is more commonly known, ensures that witnesses do not discuss the facts of their cases and/or their testimony with other witnesses prior to their testimony at trial.  The rule of sequestration is applicable in all sorts […]

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Tampa Trial Attorneys: What are interrogatories?

Tampa trial attorneys are often asked, “what are interrogatories?” They are a form of written discovery that can be used in Florida civil and family law cases.  Ultimately, they are most commonly used in civil and family law cases just due to the nature of the cases.  Interrogatories are a cheaper, quicker discovery tool for […]

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Tampa Personal Injury Attorney: What happens during mediation?

Tampa Personal Injury Attorneys are constantly asked about what their clients can expect during mediation.  Regardless of the case, whether it is a car accident, slip and fall or family law case, the overwhelming majority of Tampa Bay Area judges will require mediation before the matter can go to trial.  There are three major points […]

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What is a deposition?

A deposition is a tool of discovery for Tampa trial attorneys to use during litigation. During a deposition, a deponent (the person being asked the questions) is placed under oath by the court reporter, or a notary if they’re appearing via telephone.  During the deposition, an attorney will ask the deponent multiple questions concerning the […]

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What is a deposition?

A deposition is one of many discovery tools available to attorneys in the court system.  They involve a deponent being asked questions concerning the case under oath by an attorney.  Exhibits can be used during the deposition and questions asked specifically concerning same.    The deponent’s attorney is permitted to make objections in very limited circumstances. […]

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