Catastrophic Impairment

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So Much for A Contingency Plan: Can the Florida Legislature Abrogate an Attorney’s Contingency Fee in Tort Claims Against the...

Like many states, Florida has only partially waived its sovereign immunity by statute. Thus, a plaintiff’s recovery against the state is generally limited to no more than $200,000 per incident. This statutory cap, however,...more

Catastrophic Injuries and Your Potential for Financial Recovery

A catastrophic injury is a severe injury to the spine, spinal cord, brain, or skull. It can also include the loss of a limb, severe burns, or a severely damaged organ. These injuries can happen as a result of a number of...more

Fund management expenses in catastrophic personal injuries cases – awards on top of awards?

The costs of managing awards of damages for catastrophic personal injury claims comprise one of the most significant heads of damage that a plaintiff is awarded. These costs often make up around 20% of the total award. ...more

‘The dictates of justice’ – the key to seperate

The Supreme Court of New South Wales in Walsh v Walget Shire Council [2013] NSWSC 1434 recently rejected an application of a defendant to have a separate liability and quantum hearing in a catastrophic injury case. The...more

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