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Jose Antonio Negroni

Fort Lauderdale Personal Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Should I sue the store for faulty building upkeep based on my child was struck across the head. Part of the ceiling fell?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Burton A. Padove
    2. Christopher Matthew Kennedy
    3. Stephen Laurence Hoffman
    4. Joseph Paul Giamanco
    5. David B Pittman
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    10 lawyer answers

    I definitely think you should seek legal counsel for this matter. Serious head injuries can sometimes be hard to identify until it is too late. Retaining an attorney now can help you protecting your daughter's rights in case her condition becomes worse.

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  2. Do I need an attorney?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. David B Pittman
    2. Fareesh S. Sarangi
    3. Jason Bradley Pearl
    4. Jose Antonio Negroni
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
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    6 lawyer answers

    If you received no injury, then you likely won't need an attorney. The insurance carrier for Home Depot should be the one to repair the damage to your vehicle.

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  3. Slander

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Jose Antonio Negroni
    2. Evan Seifert
    3. Andrew Armour Magwood
    3 lawyer answers

    Remember that the truth is always a defense for the person who allegedly commited slander. This means that if what they said has any truth to it ("Johnny is a gambler" and Johnny really is a gambler), then that person will likely prevail in a case such as this. You need to make 100% sure that was was said was untrue and in addition it caused damage to your reputation to even consider bringing a slander suit forth. Good luck.

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  4. Is it possible that my wife could get sued just because the vehicle was in her name and she was not in vehicle

    Answered about 4 years ago.

    1. Jose Antonio Negroni
    2. Patrick St George Cousins
    3. Earl Kenneth Mallory
    4. Joseph A Blaszkow
    4 lawyer answers

    In Florida the owner of the vehicle can be held responsible for a crash, even if she is not in the vehicle. If you or your wife received a letter from an attorney, you need to forward that information to your insurance company immediately. They will handle it from there. Should a lawsuit happen, it is very likely that your wife will be named. Your wife's insurance company will defend her up to the limits of liability she carried on that car. Anything beyond that is her responsibility and she...

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  5. When a cop is going to a traffic stop to back up another officer dose he have to have his lights on while going thru a red light

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Jose Antonio Negroni
    2. Dennis Michael Phillips
    3. Angelo Marino Jr.
    4. Joel J. Ewusiak
    4 lawyer answers

    Police officers have to follow the safety rules of the road as much as anyone else. Just because they are responding to a call does not mean they don't have to watch for other drivers. If you were hit by a police officer, you may have the ability to make a claim for your injuries. Feel free to contact my law firm to discuss this further as there are different rules when dealing with these types of accidents. Good luck to you. Jose Negroni Negroni Law Group 954-321-6115

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  6. Why does lawyer (haven't signed) insist I go to "his" clinic, which I do not like. Can't I choose a doctor, use my health insu?

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Earl Kenneth Mallory
    2. Jose Antonio Negroni
    2 lawyer answers

    No lawyer can require you to go to his or her doctor. They can recommend one if you wish, but you are by no means required to go to their doctor. You are the patient, and it is your body that was hurt, so you are the one best suited to select your physician of choice. This is true especially considering that you have health insurance. Be careful signing up with any lawyer that obligates you to do anything. Remember, you are the boss of your file and your claim, and your lawyer is working for...

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  7. I was at a red light in south florida and somebody just rammed my back we both have insurance do i get money for my injuries

    Answered about 5 years ago.

    1. Earl Kenneth Mallory
    2. Jose Antonio Negroni
    3. Alan James Brinkmeier
    3 lawyer answers

    You need to talk to your lawyer about what types of injuries you have and the circumstances surrounding your case. Every case is different, so it is impossible to give you a specific answer. The typical rule of thumb is that your level of compensation is linked to your level of injuries. However, there are many variables that can affect this, and only your lawyer and you know those details, so you should request an in-person meeting with him/her to discuss this in detail. Good luck.

  8. Work injury combined with auto accident injury

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Jason Garrett Epstein
    2. Okorie Okorocha
    3. Jose Antonio Negroni
    3 lawyer answers

    This is a very common situation when you have multiple parties involved. They usually like to point the finger at each other. You quite possibly have two separate claims here. The first is a worker's compensation claim and the second is a negligence claim for the auto accident. Some lawyers do both types of cases, but sometimes you may end up having to hire two separate lawyers. Regardless, it really sounds like you need to hire a lawyer to go over all of the facts surrounding your possible...

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  9. Personal Injury

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Neil J. Lehto
    2. Alexander Floyd Ransom
    3. Jose Antonio Negroni
    4. Ruth Alane Mattson
    4 lawyer answers

    The answer to this question depends on several things. First, how did the kid get hurt? Was he being supervised by his dad? Do you own or rent? Remember that in our country, you can pretty much sue for whatever amount you want. However, that does not mean you will necessarily get that amount. Just becasue they are suing you for $25k, doesn't mean they'll get it.

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  10. Trip and slip

    Answered about 6 years ago.

    1. Jason Garrett Epstein
    2. Lawrence Neil Rogak
    3. Jose Antonio Negroni
    3 lawyer answers

    The exact location of the root that caused your fall is absolutely critical. You must document whether this root was in an area where people are expected to walk. If so, you may have the possibility of a claim. Remember that these problems are often corrected or modified, so quick documentation of it is critical. Another thing that will definitely help you is an independent witness. If you have one that can honestly testify that you tripped on this root and that this root was in an area where...

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