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Broward Judge’s Biased Remarks Disqualify Him from Wrongful Death Case, Appeals Court Rules

By The Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Should a trial judge be disqualified from presiding over a personal injury case if he expresses an opinion on a relevant legal issue during a pretrial hearing? On April 8, a Florida appeals court answered that question in ruling that a Broward County judge demonstrated bias in a wrongful death case brought against the… Read More »

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Were You Injured in a Swimming Pool Accident? Learn More About Your Legal Rights

By The Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Backyard and commercial swimming pools are a common sight across the Sunshine State. This is no surprise as Florida offers some of the country’s best conditions for swimming. While swimming can obviously be both fun and refreshing, it is also important to recognize the inherent risks that come with being in and around a… Read More »

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Florida Wrongful Death Claims: Four Frequently Asked Questions

By The Pawlowski//Mastrilli Law Group |

Losing a loved one in an accident is gut wrenching. Things are made all the more painful if you learn that the accident could have easily been prevented. In these situations, the Florida Wrongful Death Act provides a legal option for close family members of the victim. While no legal action can make up… Read More »

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