What are types of pain and suffering damages you can recover in a Florida slip and fall lawsuit?

| November 25, 2015

Last Update: 1/18/18 In this video, Alan Sackrin answers a question that he has been asked many times before by clients and visitors to this site. If you have questions after watching the video, Alan is available to talk with you now and answer your questions free of charge: Q: What are types of pain and […]

How Do You Recover Emotional Distress Damages in Florida?

| October 20, 2015

Last Update: 2/9/18 People are hurt in accidents every day here in South Florida, and lots of those injuries require medical care. Things like broken arms or legs, or more serious harm like concussions, TBIs (traumatic brain injuries), or spinal cord injuries are caused by every day occurrences like car crashes and slip and falls. […]

What is Pain and Suffering under Florida Law?

| September 29, 2014

Last Update: 2/4/18 This in-depth article discusses the most common issues with an injury victim’s pain and suffering claim resulting from a negligent act occurring anywhere in the State of Florida, regardless if the injury is from a slip and fall, a defective product, medical malpractice, a car crash, or a work related accident caused […]

Pain and Suffering Claims Now and In The Future – Do You Have a Case for Pain and Suffering Damages?

| March 20, 2014

Last Update: 01/25/16 No matter how you have been injured — a slip and fall; a car crash; an on the job accident; a defective product; etc. — the reality is most every person who is hurt and injured will experience pain, sometimes severe pain, as well as physical and mental suffering from the moment […]

Money Damages Awarded by Florida Juries in Personal Injury Cases: Jury Instructions Established by Florida Supreme Court to Help Jury Calculate Money Amounts for Injury Damages

| September 10, 2013

Last Update: 7/13/17 When someone is seriously injured and a lawsuit is filed to recover compensation for those injuries, one of many Florida personal injury laws will apply to the case. Substantive laws (negligence, premises liability, negligent security, etc.) and procedural laws govern how the case moves from filing to the moment when the jury […]