When an at-fault driver’s insurer and attorney tried to assign an accident victim’s pain and suffering to pre-existing conditions, KL stepped in to take control.
Doctors in Florida must have car insurance, yet not required to carry malpractice insurance. Here’s what we do to hold negligible medical providers accountable despite insurance.
A loved one’s death is tragic, and nothing can replace that person. When you lose someone due to someone else’s negligence, here’s the right way to pursue a wrongful death claim.
Slip and fall lawsuits are often necessary to hold a negligent property owner accountable. Here’s what is needed for a successful slip and fall claim.
A faulty product injury case often requires our network of expert witnesses, medical evidence, and a thorough understanding of Florida negligence law.
If you signed a liability waiver in Florida, there may be a way to proceed with a personal injury claim by proving that the liability waiver is unenforceable or invalid.
Unlike broken bones, traumatic brain injuries from accidents are not visible nor easily treatable. Here are two types of damages we pursue for brain injury case victims.
COVID-19 is pushing many Florida drivers to reduce their insurance coverage. This now puts certain groups of Florida drivers at a significant financial risk.
Before you head out on the highway looking for adventure, we’re offering a free auto policy review to make sure you and your family are properly protected.
KL Injury Attorneys weighs both sides of the argument for and against blanlet immunity for healthcare providers. Do these protections go too far?