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05/31

How to Make a Diminished Value Claim in Florida

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

When a vehicle has been in a car accident, it has a blot on its record. You might expect the car to have future problems it may not have if it hadn’t been in a crash. The questions and uncertainty that come with a crash history reduce the overall market value of the vehicle. After …

05/31

Do I Have to Pay Taxes on My Injury Settlement?

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

It’s a big relief when you reach an acceptable settlement on your injury claim. The settlement is a welcome relief for your mounting bills and your suffering. Even though it’s time to celebrate the result in your case, there are important things to think about to make sure that your rights are p...

05/31

Liability in a Florida Uber or Lyft Car Accident

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are more popular than ever. Although they are a convenient way of getting around or making money, there are liability concerns after an accident. Drivers and passengers alike need to know how legal liability works in a Florida Uber or Lyft accident. There are...

05/29

Florida to Decide Legality of Red Light Cameras

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

Whether you love them or hate them, Florida’s red-light cameras remain controversial. Red light cameras sit at intersections. They have motion detectors to determine when a driver may be running a red light. The camera takes a still photo of the vehicle’s license plate and a photo of the driver....

05/29

Accidents and Animals: Pet Hit and Run Laws

Posted by: Jack G. Bernstein, ESQ.

To most people, a pet is another member of the family. They do everything that they can to keep their pet safe and happy. It’s reasonable to expect others to be careful to keep pets safe, too. Unfortunately, tragedies with pets and vehicles are all too common. Too many families lose a loved one wh...