Posted on: 09/23/2022
If you’ve been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, consulting with an injury lawyer should be your next move. You don’t have to cripple your finances and risk your well-being when you have the option to reach out to a professional.
While representing yourself might sound like a good idea on paper, the legal system is complex and all it takes is a small mistake to diminish your claim’s value. That’s why speaking with someone who has extensive knowledge of the law is so important. Here’s how you can prepare for a free consultation with an accident lawyer.
If you want to receive a good settlement offer, you need to prove liability and negligence. These two factors [...] read more
Posted on: 09/22/2022
When a car accident happens, it’s easy to get confused and accept part or all the fault for the wreck. Proving you’re not at fault is vital to proving you’re due compensation for your injuries.
The car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Casey D. Shomo P.A. will help you every step of the way, from the filing of your claim to the claiming of damages. Our team will help you prove you weren’t responsible for the accident and get your deserved outcome.
Florida’s No-Fault System
Because Florida is considered to be a no-fault state when it comes to car insurance, it is important to be aware of what this entails. [...] read more
Posted on: 08/12/2022
Medical malpractice happens, and when it does, it’s important to know what your options are. As victims of medical malpractice, you want justice for what has happened to you. Before you sue, however, you need to know whether state laws can hurt your claim.
Make sure you have the right information about the laws and what to expect if you feel you have a case. You don’t want your case impacted because of laws you didn't know about before. If you have any questions about Florida medical malpractice laws impacting your case, check out some laws you need to know before you take your case to court.
What Qualifies as a Medical Malpractice Case?
Florida’s Malpractice Act requires proof that you or a loved one received a lack of adequate care from a doctor or other medical professional. State la [...] read more
Posted on: 07/21/2022
Distractions not only take a driver’s eyes off the road but also their attention. They don’t realize what’s happening around them, and when they do, it’s too late to react or prevent a car crash.
This is why the law regards a distracted driver as a negligent one. If you’ve suffered personal or property damage in a crash caused by distractions, you can file a civil claim to have the liable party compensate your losses.
The most efficient way is for a car accident attorney to investigate the case. The team at The Law Offices of Casey D. Shomo can reconstruct the accident, determine the cause, and represent your interests to the insurance company.
5 Common Distractions Causing Car Accidents
According to the Center for Disease Control [...] read more
Posted on: 07/06/2022
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, More than 31,000 people lost their lives during the first nine months of 2021. This resulted in several car accident claims, one of which was a wrongful death claim.
A wrongful death claim is a lawsuit that enables surviving family members to seek justice on behalf of a loved one who died due to a negligent act. Apart from wrongful death claims, increased personal injury claims have also increased due to car accidents.
It is important to note that In 2019, there were more than six million passengers involved in tr [...] read more