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What should I tell the doctor? | Stuart Injury Lawyers Donaldson & Weston

After speaking with many doctors about this exact issue, we feel it's very important to tell the doctors a full history of whatever your symptoms are...

What should I bring to my meeting with my attorney? | Stuart Personal Injury Lawyers

At this point you've been involved in an accident and it's time to hire an attorney. You've called one and you're meeting is scheduled. What should...

What is no-fault insurance? | Stuart Injury Lawyers Donaldson & Weston

We get this question all the time in my office, "What is no-fault insurance?" Or "I'm sure I have no-fault insurance." Or "I know the other driver had...

What is negligence? | Stuart Personal Injury Lawyers Donaldson & Weston

What is negligence? Negligence can be described from law school as a duty, a breach, causation, and damages. All four of those elements are required...

What is my case worth? | Stuart Injury Lawyers Donaldson & Weston

As an attorney we get this question all the time, what is my case worth? Basically, if you are an injured party your case value is compiled of six...

What is ‘No-Fault’ insurance? | Stuart Personal Injury Lawyers

In the state of Florida, no fault insurance, PIP insurance or personal injury protection insurance are all synonymous for the same thing. They cover...

What if I do not have medical insurance and am concerned about my medical expenses?

If you've been involved in an auto accident in the State of Florida and you do not have medical insurance, the good news is that the Florida no-fault...

The insurance adjuster asked me to record a statement. Should I do that?

If an insurance adjuster asks you to take a recorded statement, the first question I would have is: Whose insurance adjuster is this? If it's your own...

How is it decided in Florida what a person’s future earnings would have been?

In the state of Florida, it can be somewhat difficult to decide what a person's future earnings might have been or could have been. However, this is...

A year ago I was hurt in an accident, but I now need surgery and the insurance company has closed their file. Can I sue?

Absolutely. You do have the right to sue even if an insurance company has closed their file. Certain insurance companies have different policies. Some...

Will I have to testify in court?

Will I have to testify in court? | Donaldson & Weston | Dante Weston | Fighting For You | We Represent People Just Like You. Not Big Businesses....