The Davies Law Firm, LLC

Bill Aims to Protect Victims of Trucking Accidents

In September 2013, Jacob Landis was in the last 200 miles of his 10,000-mile charity ride from Annapolis, Maryland to Miami, Florida, to raise money for cochlear implants for those who could not afford them…more

| Personal Injury

Sorting Out a Pile-Up of Cars

When we think of car accidents, we typically picture a single car running off the road or two drivers colliding with each other at an intersection. In accident situations like these, legal processes and interactions with…more

| Personal Injury

Medical Malpractice: Proving Your Case

Just because your medical procedure did not go as planned and your recovery was longer than anticipated, this does not mean your doctor committed medical malpractice. In order to prevail in a medical malpractice case, you will…more

| Professional Malpractice

Prescription Drug Errors: When Medical Care Becomes Dangerous

Health care providers are people we trust to solve our medical problems and to always put our best interest first. We have confidence that our doctors, nurses and pharmacists will provide the medications we need, often without…more

| Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice

Getting Into A Car Accident Out Of State

Florida is a vacation destination for many American and foreign travelers. During spring break, the state is practically bursting at the seams. As a result, traffic increases ? and when traffic increases, accidents increase. …more

| Personal Injury

What Does No-Fault Auto Insurance Law Mean for You?

Florida is one of only twelve no-fault states. What exactly does this mean? The State of Florida requires all drivers to carry $10,000 of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage. As such, if you are in an auto accident,…more

| Personal Injury, Insurance

Choosing Insurance Coverage In Florida

Drivers in Florida always seem so carefree. The wind is in their hair, the convertible top is down and the sun is shining. Entertaining thoughts that something could go wrong is the furthest thing from their minds. However,…more

| Personal Injury, Insurance

If I Am Injured As A Pedestrian, Who Is At Fault?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, on average, a pedestrian is killed in a traffic collision every 113 minutes and injured every eight minutes. In addition, pedestrians are often injured in…more

| Personal Injury

Been in a Car Accident? Stay off Social Media

If you’ve been in a car accident, the temptation to blog, tweet or post about your injuries might be strong. But what a lot of victims don’t know is that social media can damage their case, if they are planning to pursue…more

| Personal Injury

What to Do When Your Loved One Dies in a Car Accident

In 2011, there were 2,214 fatal car accidents in Florida, resulting in 2,400 deaths. In Orange County alone, 129 people died in car accidents in 2011. If your loved one has died as a result of a car accident, you may be…more

| Civil Remedies, Personal Injury

Florida PIP Reform — Constitutional or Unconstitutional?

Sweeping reforms to Florida’s no-fault auto insurance laws are currently under dispute in the courts. As lawyers and state officials fight over the constitutionality of the reforms, Florida drivers are left worrying about the…more

| Constitutional Law, Insurance

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