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Help! The Judge in My Case Doesn’t Seem Impartial!

By Stephen M. Barbas |

When judges don’t rule in people’s favor, many victims (litigants) tend to think that the judge must be biased or prejudiced (by prejudiced, we mean prejudiced towards or against one side of a lawsuit or another). Crazy theories can arise about why the judge doesn’t like a party in an injury lawsuit. Parties to… Read More »

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Your Employer May Be Able to Take Inconsistent Positions in Denying You Benefits

By Stephen M. Barbas |

A recent case decided by a Florida appellate court threatens to make it easier for employers to deny their employees workers’ compensation benefits when the employer denies that the injury is covered by workers’ compensation at all. The case has to do with workers’ compensation immunity, and the ability of a worker to sue… Read More »

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