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Personal Injury Case: What You Should Know

If you or a loved one sustained injuries as a result of another party's negligence or malicious intent, you might be considering filing a personal injury claim. However, before you file a claim and pursue…

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Working Remotely with a Personal Injury Lawyer

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders, many businesses have begun working remotely, including law firms. Many individuals seeking compensation for personal injury or other cases still need to connect with attorneys.…

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How Special Damages Work in Personal Injury Cases

When seeking compensation in personal injury cases following an accident, victims injured in the accident may be able to recover a combination of general and special damages. While general damages pertain to the suffering that…

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Types of Property Insurance Claims

Tropical storms and hurricanes are hot topics of conversation throughout Florida and for good reason. Damage caused by the wind, rain, and high tide of storms during hurricane season may get the attention of the…

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Is Your Insurance Claim a First or Third-Party?

You stop for a red light and a truck suddenly slams into the rear of your car. The car has substantial damage, and you suffered serious injuries. Your doctors say you could have a permanent…

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Multi-Car Accident: Who is responsible and what happens after?

Road congestion has become as common to life in Florida as sunshine and sandy beaches, but the cars and other vehicles inevitably result in car accidents. According to preliminary data released by the Florida Department…

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A Spinal Cord Injury lawsuit can help address long lasting pain and suffering.

How Much Is A Spinal Cord Injury Lawsuit Worth?

The frequency of people suffering catastrophic spinal cord injuries may surprise you. For example, estimates of people living with spinal cord injuries in the United States range from 249,000 to as many as 363,000, with approximately 17,700…

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Senior driving laws means elderly motorists may be subject to different rules

Driving Rules For Seniors In Florida

The U.S. Census Bureau estimated that 52 million members of the baby-boom population reached 65 years of age or older and represented 16% of the population in 2018. If current estimates prove to be correct,…

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Aggressive driving can cause accidents and injuries

Can You Sue Someone For Aggressive Driving or Road Rage?

You might want to be careful when driving the streets and highways in Tampa to avoid an accident caused by aggressive driving. According to published reports, Tampa-St. Petersburg is one of three areas in Florida, making it…

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Is Florida a No Fault State, and What Does It Mean For Drivers?

If you get into a car crash, keep in mind that insurance regulations and policies can vary depending on which state a car accident occurred. Until you reach an “injury threshold”  in a no-fault car…

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Someone Else Was Driving My Car and Got Into An Accident – Now What?

Chances are that you have at one time or another allowed someone to borrow your car. You probably never gave any thought to the consequences of an accident and being held liable to pay damage…

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Poisoning Injury Cases & Prevention

More than 2 million people reported poison exposures by calling poison control centers located throughout the United States in 2018. Florida call centers alone handled 110,246 callers reporting poison exposures. The vast majority of poisonings reported nationwide, 76.7%,…

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Your Right To Compensation for Airbag Injuries

If you drive a car or other passenger vehicle made in 1999 or later, it probably has airbags to protect the vehicle's occupants in case of a collision. Accident data compiled by the federal government…

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Snowbird Driving: How To Avoid Some of the Worst Snowbird Habits

The term "snowbird" is used to describe people who escape the wintry northern weather to travel to sunny Florida. The southern migration begins as early as October and snowbird driving becomes more prevalent. It continues…

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Shoes, Floors and Other Factors to Consider in a Slip and Fall Case

If you have never tripped and fallen, consider yourself lucky. Slip-and-fall incidents occur more frequently than you might expect. According to the National Safety Council, falls represent one of the leading causes of accident-related deaths…

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