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Jason S. Turchin Esq.

Jason S. Turchin Esq.

Law Offices of Jason Turchin - Florida Personal Injury Lawyers
  • Personal Injury, Products Liability, Insurance Claims...
  • District of Columbia, Florida, New Jersey, New York
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Jason Turchin, Esq. is an attorney, author, media correspondent and entrepreneur who has handled more than 6,000 personal injury, accident, product liability, life insurance, and wrongful death claims.

Jason has appeared throughout the national and international news on various legal topics, including car accidents, wrongful death, product liability, Takata airbag shrapnel claims, exploding pressure cooker claims, life insurance, personal injury and more. Several major media outlets have turned to Jason for legal opinions or stories on his cases, including CBS Evening News, Wall Street Journal, Miami Herald, Bloomberg News, CBS Miami, Orlando Sentinel, Sun Sentinel, Telemundo, The New York Times and more.

His team of lawyers handle cases throughout the entire state of Florida. Many clients live out of Florida, but were hurt while visiting Florida. Our trained staff can assist clients no matter where they are located in Florida.

Practice Areas
  • Personal Injury
  • Products Liability
  • Insurance Claims
  • Maritime Law
  • Probate
Additional Practice Areas
  • Car Accidents
  • Crime Victim
  • Drug Injuries
  • Motor Vehicle Crashes
  • Premises Liability
  • Ship Injuries
  • Slip, Trip and Fall
  • Wrongful Death
  • Life Insurance Claims and Disputes
  • Pressure Cooker Injury Claims
  • Cruise Passenger Injury
  • Free Consultation
  • Contingent Fees
    Florida injury and insurance cases are handled on a contingency fee basis.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
District of Columbia
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New Jersey
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New York
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3rd Circuit
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4th Circuit
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5th Circuit
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11th Circuit
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Federal Circuit
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U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
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U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
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U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Jason Turchin, Esq.
University of Miami School of Law
Honors: member of the international legal honor society, Phi Delta Phi
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University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
B.A. | Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Rising Star
Super Lawyers
Lifetime Charter Member
Rue's Ratings Best Attorneys in America
AV Rated
Martindale Hubbell
A+ Rated
Better Business Bureau
Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum
Professional Associations
Florida State Bar
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American Trial Lawyers of America
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Dade County Trial Lawyers
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Broward County Bar Association
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New York State Bar Association
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National Crime Victim Bar Association
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Phi Delta Phi (Legal Honor Fraternity)
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Articles & Publications
Danger Behind the Wheel: The Takata Airbag Crisis and How to Fix Our Broken Auto Recall Process
Automotive Product Liability For Self-Driving Vehicles
Westlaw Journal
Speaking Engagements
Civil Options For Victims Of Crime, Orlando, FL
Victim Service Center of Central Florida
Jason Turchin, Esq. explored the various options for crime victims in the State of Florida, from restitution to the Florida Crime Victim Compensation Fund to pursing a civil claim on behalf of crime victims.
Websites & Blogs
Florida Personal Injury Attorney
Jason Turchin's Injury Website Profile
Jason Turchin, Esq. Main Website
Jason Turchin's Main Website Profile
Florida Personal Injury Lawyers
Florida Cruise Injury Lawyer
Florida Probate Lawyers
Florida Life Insurance Claim Lawyers
Personal Injury Attorney
Florida Injury Lawyer Blog
Legal Answers
8 Questions Answered

Q. Life insurance
A: You should check with the insurance company to see what their requirements are. Usually, the policy or application set forth what you need to do. They may have to list her as the insured, and could require her to sign something, but that's up to the insurance company.
Q. What's the difference between strict and regular liability for products liability cases?
A: Generally, Florida subscribes to strict liability for product liability cases. To give a fair answer, we may need to know more about the facts as to what concerns you or gives rise to the question here.
Q. I never received a recall notice in the mail and then was injured as a result of not fixing the issue with my car. Can I
A: Short answer is that it depends. Often, the recall notice does not impact whether they are responsible. Many states still allow you to bring a claim under product liability law and hold the manufacturer strictly liable. However, there are limitations as to when you can bring a claim, so you should contact an attorney as soon as possible to see if you can bring a claim.
Q. I dated a chiropractor that is treating a woman who is suing me for personal injury, is this a conflict of interest?
A: This may raise an issue of credibility for the doctor if the case ever went to trial. The doctor may be subject to cross examination if he/she was brought in to trial to testify against you. It does not mean the person is not hurt per se, as injuries could manifest weeks after the accident.
Q. Can new evidence be introduced at mediation or no?
A: If it is mediation, you may be able to still introduce additional evidence, since mediation is confidential and for purposes of settlement typically. As to whether you can actually use the evidence if the case proceeded to trial, it depends on the case, and the status of it. If you want the other side to have time to consider the evidence at mediation, consider whether it is best to let them see or know about it before so they can review it or whether it is best to bring it up at mediation.
Q. Can a uninsured motorcycle driver get a rental if they are not at fault but the other party is?
A: Yes it is possible. Oftentimes, if liability is not an issue, the adjuster for the at-fault party may authorize a rental and pay it directly. However, if the vehicle is totaled, they may either not pay you for a rental, or could authorize a short rental term while they are negotiating with you or until the check comes in. A lot depends on the adjuster. That being said, if they are at fault and won't give a rental, but you require a rental through the time they pay you for the full value of your property damage, then you may still be able to recover it afterwards. Just make sure to save your receipt, and try to document your attempts to resolve this with them. It may also depend on the type of coverage the at-fault vehicle has. A few unknowns for us here to fully answer the question. If you were hurt, many injury lawyers may help with the property damage issue as a courtesy and can handle the bodily injury claim on a contingency fee basis, waiving all fees and costs if there is no recovery.
Q. Great-grandmas estate sold for $136k in FL. 1:4 benef.; her son, grandson, me and my brother. How much will I receive?
A: We would need more information to know how much you would get. We don't know if there are creditors, attorneys' fees, costs, how the property was titled, what the estate documents if any say, etc. Once an asset is available to an estate, there is an order of payment we would need to look at to see what has to get paid, and what would be left to share among the beneficiaries. Sorry if I can't be more of a help, but it is too general of a question to know for sure without understanding all of the estate documents, status of the estate, creditor claims, fees, costs, etc.
Q. What's the statute of limitations for bringing a wrongful death suit in Florida?
A: I agree with my colleague. I would also add that the time may be limited further if the at-fault party is a federal or state government entity, which may also have pre-suit requirements. If the defendant is a cruise line, the statute of limitations may only be 1 year. It is definitely best to get help as soon as possible who can investigate the claims.
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Contact & Map
Jason Turchin, Esq.
Ft Lauderdale (Main Office)
2883 Executive Park Dr
Weston, FL 33331
Toll-Free: (888) 998-4284
Telephone: (954) 515-5000
Fax: (954) 659-1380
Jason Turchin, Esq.
Orlando, FL
7380 W Sand Lake Rd
Orlando, FL 32819
Telephone: (407) 792-0265
Jason Turchin, Esq.
Miami, FL
9100 S Dadeland Blvd
Miami, FL 33156
Telephone: (305) 407-1760
Jason Turchin, Esq.
Key West, FL
422 Fleming St
Key West, FL 33040
Telephone: (305) 731-2244