What is a Compulsory Medical Examination & How Can It Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

Under Florida law, a defendant in a personal injury case has the right to request that the injured party undergo what is called a compulsory medical examination (CME). Sometimes these examinations are referred to as “independent” medical examinations, although they are not necessarily independent. CMEs are requested for the purpose of verifying the plaintiff’s injuries [...]

Garrison Keillor’s Cruise Remains on Hold with No Refund and No Rescheduled Date

The cruise ship owned by Prairie Grand, LLC, a company founded by famed radio personality, Garrison Keillor, has been docked and on hold since the start of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic began. The vessel, the Veendam, was set to sail with 1,350 passengers for the Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale on March 18. However, Keillor’s company [...]

Cancelled Cruise? Why you should take the refund and not the credit.

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak intensifies, travelers are finding out that their cruise vacations are being cancelled. However, rather than offering refunds for these cancellations, cruise companies are hoping that travelers will choose the option of a bonus credit as an incentive for booking a future cruise. While the possibility of receiving a bonus credit [...]
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