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2 Answers | Asked in Car Accidents and Insurance Defense for Florida on
Q: Can a person sue my insurance in a accident if no one was at fault
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Josh Corriveau answered on Feb 27, 2020

Yes. In some cases liability is disputed (i.e., how the accident happened). If the other driver claims the accident was your fault or you did not comply with the rules of the road, the other driver may sue for damages. In Florida, you may also be a percentage at fault. For instance, a jury may find... Read more »

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3 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Florida on
Q: I was assaulted on jet blue by a passenger. I need a negligent security attorney
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Josh Corriveau answered on Feb 25, 2020

Additional information is necessary to determine whether you have a viable claim. I would encourage you to reach out to a personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Most, like my firm, will provide free consultations at no cost. Feel free to give me a call at 321-710-5293. You will speak... Read more »

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6 Answers | Asked in Personal Injury for Florida on
Q: My neighbors dog got out from across the street came across and took a chunk out of my arm. Can I do anything?

They have no insurance

Josh Corriveau
Josh Corriveau answered on Feb 22, 2020

Yes, your neighbor would be at fault for the dog bite. If your neighbor has homeowner's insurance, it may provide insurance coverage for you for this incident. Additional information is necessary as it relates to your injury to fully determine your legal options and whether it is worth it to... Read more »

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1 Answer | Asked in Contracts and Animal / Dog Law for Florida on
Q: Do I have a legal case?

I purchased a German Shephard puppy in Feb 2018. The breeder has a one year health guarantee. At six months of age he was diagnosed with EPI, according to my vet it is hereditary. I told the breeder about the diagnosis, and she did not believe it, so she had me get him tested at one of her Vets.... Read more »

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Josh Corriveau answered on Jan 12, 2019

It really depends. Additional information is needed. For instance, is everything in writing? Sometimes issues like this can be resolved by an attorney sending a demand letter and without litigation.

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