Monthly Archives: August 2014
Your signature on an insurance settlement offer closes out your claim. You cannot re-open it later if you discover you have damages that exceed the settlement amount. Many insurers try to convince claimants to take advantage of a quick settlement so they can avoid paying higher damages later. This practice often represents one type of… Read More »
Do I Automatically Lose All Rights to Sue for Medical Malpractice Once the Statute of Limitations Runs Out?
In many cases, such as when you suffer injury immediately following a medical treatment, the law holds you to the two-year statute of limitations. However, many injuries reveal themselves long after treatment. An experienced medical malpractice lawyer in Tampa must conduct extensive research and investigation to determine the true length of time you have to… Read More »