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Why Do Florida Personal Injury Clients Need Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyers?

For Personal Injury lawyers, Board Certification is a mark of excellence in a professional career. Patients would never trust a doctor who lacks Board Certification with their care. The same should be said for legal representation. The problem is, many people aren't aware that lawyers can even be Board Certified. This lack of publicly available knowledge is unfathomable to the country's top lawyers. This very important distinction is what separates "paper pushers" from the true "case winners". Lack of a Board Certification distinction can be what's standing between clients and the maximum amount of compensation they deserve....

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Wrongful Death & Florida Law: What Does it Mean For Personal Injury Cases?

Wrongful death form and stethoscope on a table.

Wrongful death is a tragic loss resulting from negligent or reckless actions of another. This loss results in lifelong hardship for those left behind. When a person is in good health, but passes suddenly due to the recklessness of another, it causes lifelong pain and suffering: financial and emotional. This Shaked Law Firm blog article covers answers to the following questions: How does wrongful death occur?What's necessary for a claim to proceed?What is the "standard of proof" in Personal Injury Law?Can these cases really have "successful" outcomes? A wrongful death takes its toll on surviving family There is a large financial burden after a...

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Amputations: How Do We Bridge Quality of Life Gaps?

In this Shaked Law Firm article, we explain what happens after a victim suffers injuries resulting in amputation.

When something as drastic as an amputation occurs after an accident, a victim may feel that their life has changed for the worst. They may also experience any number of setbacks physically. These setbacks are not linear, and can occur at any time during recovery. The impact of losing a limb can also occur mentally. Victims may feel at peace at one moment, but suffer horrific flashbacks to the accident or the operating room the next. This is the nature of what's known as "medical PTSD" and often occurs alongside amputation injuries. Learn more: What is Medical PTSD? In this Shaked Law Firm article,...

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