Personal Injury Archives

New E-Scooter Pilot Project in Tallahassee

Posted on : September 16, 2019 by Milles Law

The Tallahassee City Commission recently started a three month E-Scooter Pilot Project that could result in the operation of up to 1,000 e-scooters on the roads and sidewalks. City officials have until October 15, 2019 to decide whether the city … Continue reading

Insurance Bad Faith Claims in Tallahassee, Florida

Posted on : April 23, 2019 by Milles Law

A CNN investigation in 2007 reported that major car insurance companies, including State Farm and Allstate Insurance, were systematically denying and delaying valid claims from those alleging personal injury to increase profitability. Our Florida car accident law firm personally sees, … Continue reading

How to Lose a Personal Injury Settlement by Talking

Posted on : January 22, 2019 by Milles Law

Confidentiality provisions are frequently included in the settlement of a personal injury lawsuit, whether the claim involves wrongful death, medical malpractice, a slip and fall or other personal injury scenario. Often times, both parties wish to keep their business private. Therefore, … Continue reading

Can Judges and Attorneys Be Facebook Friends?

Posted on : November 21, 2018 by Milles Law

Social media has changed the way lawsuits are handled. Almost anyone can connect over Facebook, which means that social media relationships may lead to conflicts during a lawsuit. The Florida Supreme Court recently clarified how courts can handle social media … Continue reading

Is a Trampoline Park Really a Safe Place for Family Fun?

Posted on : August 14, 2018 by Milles Law

Trampoline parks are becoming increasingly popular here in Florida and across the nation. There’s something enticing and fun about bouncing up into the air as well as performing flips and tricks. However, this activity has a darker side that many … Continue reading

Personal Injury Claims: You Lie, You Lose

Posted on : August 6, 2016 by Milles Law

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 … Continue reading