Credibility is everything in any lawsuit, but particularly a personal injury case.

In a recent court decision from July of 2016, a Florida District Court of Appeal dismissed a premises liability lawsuit against Lowe’s because the Plaintiff perpetrated a fraud on the Court by lying under oath that she had never suffered previous neck injuries, never been in a previous slip and fall accident or had never been in a previous motor vehicle accident — even though documents unequivocally showed that within the last 12 months that she had a previous fall injury, car accident injury and had medical care for a neck injury.

Our entire system of justice is premised on finding the truth and allowing people with legitimate claims to achieve a fair resolution. When any party lies, it is an affront to this system and there should be harsh consequences. It is alway best to be 100% truthful to the Court and your attorney about every aspect of your personal injury claim.

If you have faced personal injury due to an accident, let Milles Law help you receive your rightful compensation. Milles Law represents injured persons in serious personal injury and medical malpractice cases. We are always available to answer your questions. Your Rights. Your Lawyer.

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