Sagi Shaked, Esq., Recognized as Board-Certified Advocate
May 6, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Sagi Shaked, Esq., has a long history of exemplary legal service. Since 2007, he has operated his own law firm and has successfully represented thousands of clients in a variety of personal injury matters. He has also received many awards and distinctions, including recognition as a board-certified advocate by the Florida Bar Association. Early...Read more
4 Common Causes of Boating Accidents in Florida
April 12, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Florida leads the country in boating accidents. With 679 recreational boating accidents – according to a 2020 report – Florida has more than twice as many accidents as the second-place state, California. Once you include commercial boats, Florida reported 836 boat accidents in 2020. These accidents killed 79 people and injured 534. The Florida...Read more
Is Covid Affecting Cruise Ships in Miami, FL?
February 22, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Many people were thrilled when cruise ships set sail again from Miami. The COVID-19 pandemic had shut down the cruise ship industry. With cruise ships back in business, people could again enjoy the open seas and exotic locations. In December 2021, Florida hit the highest level of COVID cases since the pandemic began. Unfortunately,...Read more
3 Elements of Standing to Sue
February 10, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
In Florida, you cannot file a lawsuit simply because you don't like a law. A group of law students, for example, cannot file a lawsuit simply to resolve a legal question that intrigues them. A court would dismiss such a lawsuit due to a lack of legal standing to sue. Florida’s requirement for legal...Read more
How Much Does a Miami Injury Lawyer Cost?
January 27, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Have you been injured in an accident in Miami, FL? There is a good chance you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills and related losses. How you go about pursuing compensation will depend upon the nature of your accident. For example, suppose you have been injured in a car accident...Read more
What Does Bar Stand for in the Bar Exam or the Bar Association?
January 6, 2022 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
While there are many differing opinions regarding where the word "bar" comes from, the common consensus is that the word derives from the wall that divided European courtrooms. This layout continues today in courtrooms across the United States. A bar or a rail separates the courtroom section that is open to the public from...Read more
4 Reasons Why a Miami Personal Injury Lawyer Will Not Take Your Case
November 11, 2021 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Have you been injured in Miami? Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to recover compensation for your medical bills and other losses. You can often pursue compensation by filing an insurance claim or lawsuit. However, it may not always be clear whether you have grounds to seek compensation. This is one of...Read more
What to Wear to a Miami Court
October 31, 2021 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
When you need to make an appearance in a Miami courtroom, you must prepare your attire appropriately. Many courtrooms have a dress code, and if you break that code, you could be held in contempt of court. Courtroom dress code rules apply whether you are attending court in person or through your computer via...Read more
Highest Paid Types of Lawyers: Must Read
September 27, 2021 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
Lawyers have a reputation for making a lot of money. But lawyer salaries can vary by tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars, depending on a lawyer’s location, practice area, experience, and firm choice. The median salary for all lawyers in 2020 was about $127,000. The range of salaries for attorneys runs from an...Read more
What is the Difference Between Lawyers and Attorneys?
September 23, 2021 | Sagi Shaked | Personal Injury
The terms “lawyer” and “attorney” have the same meaning in the US. They both refer to someone who practices law. The technical term for someone admitted to the Florida Bar is “attorney at law” or “counselor at law.” But most lawyers don’t use these terms. Instead, they favor the more recognizable terms “lawyer” or...Read more