Florida personal injury law's primary aim is to compensate people who have suffered injuries as a result of negligence on the part of someone else. Personal injuries may vary widely and may involve everything from serious injuries that could leave a person with permanent damage or disabled or even basic bumps and bruises.
Driving on the Florida roads is always a risk. From distracted drivers on their phones to ones driving while intoxicated, it is imperative to be vigilant and alert when driving. However, despite a driver’s best efforts, accidents are a common occurrence.
PIP is often referred to as "no-fault" coverage as there is no legal liability in an event, and there should be no insurance premium penalty for the plaintiff. However, if the coverage is beyond PIP limits and someone can be held accountable for the accident, their liability insurance may cover the extra costs.
Your home is arguably one of the biggest investments you’ve ever made. Unfortunately, Florida is prone to natural disasters such as hurricanes and flooding which reinforces the importance of having a homeowners’ insurance policy to protect your property and your belongings.
Patients rely on their doctor's expertise and place their faith in them to help them manage and recover from any health issues they may be facing. Unfortunately, you may find yourself under the care of a negligent physician or medical professional either in a hospital or in the emergency room.
As an Expert Witness, James Piccolino has worked extensively with other law firms requiring another pair of trained eyes to meticulously examine important legal documents. James Piccolino will assemble case files following a thorough documentation review which is then submitted back to clients.