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03/18

Delayed Diagnosis in a Personal Injury Case

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

Delayed diagnosis in a personal injury case is a form of medical malpractice. When you seek medical care, you have the right to competent care. If incompetent medical care results in a delayed diagnosis, you may have a valid legal claim. Delayed diagnosis is a serious type of legally actionable medi...

03/16

What Happens If My Car Insurance Lapses?

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

Despite the best of intentions, you may find yourself in a situation where your car insurance lapses. You might be facing changes in your personal circumstances and wondering if it’s worth it to keep your car insurance. You may be wondering, What happens if my car insurance lapses? Our Tampa car a...

03/16

How Do Contingency Fees Work?

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

How contingency fees work is an important part of any personal injury case. With a contingency fee, your attorney works on your behalf to win you the compensation that you deserve. You don’t pay any money upfront for their services. Then, the attorney accepts a portion of the settlement as their f...

03/16

To check a doctor for prior incidents of malpractice, you need to find the right websites that provide the information you need. Checking for previous incidents of malpractice is a critical part of ensuring that your doctor is qualified to provide treatment. Finding out if your doctor has a history ...

03/13

How to Collect Evidence After a Car Accident

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

How to collect evidence after a car accident can mean the difference between winning your case and no compensation at all. Evidence collection is a critical part of not only proving that you deserve compensation but proving how much you deserve for your case. When you’re hurt in a car accident, th...

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