Personal Injury

Can I File a Personal Injury Claim for PTSD After an Accident?

These are hazardous times. Anyone could be abruptly and seriously injured by a negligent driver, by using a defective consumer product, or because of a property owner’s negligence. If you are a victim in any of these scenarios, arrange at once to speak with a Miami personal injury attorney. A personal injury case is usually… read more

How is Compensation Determined in a Personal Injury Case?

An injury caused by someone else’s negligence can happen to anyone. You could be hurt in a traffic crash, slip on a slick floor at a supermarket, sustain a dog bite, or suffer an injury in a swimming pool accident. If it happens to you, speak at once to a Miami personal injury attorney. What… read more

Lipcon & Lipcon Announces New Office Location

At Lipcon & Lipcon, we are dedicated to serving our personal injury clients in the Miami area. To that end, we’ve recently expanded to a second location, making it easier for you to reach out to us if you need to speak to a Miami personal injury attorney. If you’ll keep reading, we’ll offer directions… read more

Difference Between Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Claims in Florida

If you’ve been injured, it may be hard for you to determine whether you can file a personal injury or workers’ compensation claim.  The reason these two claims are often confused is because they share several similarities. Workers’ compensation and personal injury claims are both related to injuries. However, the laws regarding these two claims… read more

Filing A Personal Injury Case in Florida

If you have been injured due to the negligent acts of another party, you have the right to file a personal injury claim with the help of an experienced Miami Personal Injury Attorney. If you are in this situation, there are several things you need to know about the process of filing a personal injury… read more

THE MOST COMMON TYPES OF PERSONAL INJURIES SUFFERED BY CONSTRUCTION WORKERS (AND HOW TO BE COMPENSATED)

Twenty-one percent of those who died in job-related accidents in the U.S. in 2017 were construction workers. Scores of construction workers also suffer severe or disabling injuries. If you are injured at a construction site, speak at once with a Miami construction accident attorney. We rely on construction workers, but it’s a hazardous way to… read more

HOW LONG SHOULD I EXPECT MY MIAMI PERSONAL INJURY LAWSUIT TO TAKE (BEFORE I RECEIVE MY SETTLEMENT)?

Anyone can be suddenly injured in a traffic crash, a slip-and-fall incident, or a number of other accident scenarios. If you are injured in south Florida because another party was negligent, let an experienced Miami personal injury lawyer review your case and explain your rights. Exactly what are your rights if you’re an injured victim… read more

CAN VIDEO EVIDENCE HELP YOU WIN YOUR INJURY LAWSUIT? (HERE’S WHY VIDEO CAN BE IMPORTANT)

Here in south Florida, if another person accidentally and negligently injures you in traffic or in any other setting, and if the incident is captured on video, can that video be used by your personal injury attorney in Miami help you acquire compensation for medical bills and other losses with a personal injury claim? If… read more

How To Earn Compensation For Your Missed Work After An Injury

It can happen to anyone. You’re accidentally injured because someone else was negligent – another driver, for example, or a negligent property owner – and you’re out of work for weeks, months, or even longer. What is your recourse? Can a Miami car accident lawyer help? Your bills won’t stop coming in if you’re injured,… read more

What To Do If You’re Injured And Your Job Doesn’t Have Workers’ Comp Insurance

Workers’ compensation is insurance that an employer carries to provide benefits to employees who are injured in accidents on the job – without regard to fault. Florida requires all employers (with very few exceptions) to carry workers’ compensation coverage for their employees. This is something our Miami slip and fall lawyers know very well. Workers’… read more