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Recent Blog Posts


Proving that Your Crash was the Result of Distracted Driving

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Although most people know that distracted driving causes a significant number of car accidents every year, few are aware of how often they actually occur. For instance, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), distracted driving causes around one in five car crashes. This is also true for Florida, where the… Read More »


Intersection Accident Causes

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Although car accidents can pretty much happen anywhere and at any time, some of the most serious crashes occur in intersections. Commonly referred to as T-bone accidents, these types of collisions can have devastating consequences for the parties involved, as injuries tend to be particularly severe. Demonstrating fault in these types of cases can… Read More »


Assumption of Risk Claims

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Defendants can raise a number of different legal defenses on their behalf when they are accused of negligently causing someone else’s injuries. One of the most commonly asserted defenses, especially in cases involving sports injuries is the assumption of risk doctrine. Under this doctrine, plaintiffs cannot collect damages from the at-fault party if they… Read More »


PIP Law Reexamined by Florida Legislature

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A recently introduced statute that would repeal Florida’s longstanding no-fault insurance system has cleared another legislative hurdle, as the House’s version of the bill was recently approved and sent to the Senate. However, both the House and the Senate are sponsoring two different versions of the bill, which could complicate the issue, as the… Read More »


The Dangerous Instrumentality Doctrine

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Thousands of car accidents occur on Florida’s roads and highways every year. In many of these cases, the driver’s insurer will cover all injuries and financial losses caused by the accident. However, this coverage may not apply if the vehicle isn’t owned by the person who was driving at the time of the crash…. Read More »


Commercial Trucks and Rear-end Accidents

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The severity of injuries sustained in a rear-end car accident depends on the momentum created by the force of the collision. The momentum of a vehicle, in turn, depends on the weight of the vehicle or the speed at which it was traveling prior to the collision. For this reason, some of the worst… Read More »


Construction Zone Accidents

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Although we’ve all seen car accidents on the freeway, we are often left with no explanation as to their causes. Surprisingly, many of these accidents involve or occur in work zones. In fact, the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) announced that an estimated 96,626 car accidents take place in work zones every year. These collisions… Read More »


Filing a Wrongful Death Claim

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Losing a loved one is one of the worst experiences that a person can go through. This is especially true in cases when a person passes away in an avoidable accident caused by someone else’s negligence. Although the last thing on a grieving family member’s mind may be money, the reality is that the… Read More »


Unqualified Truck Drivers

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The commercial trucking industry is strictly regulated by both federal and state law. For example, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) prohibits drivers from working more than a certain amount of hours without a break and require trucking companies to conduct regular maintenance on their vehicles. While these are some of the most… Read More »


Filing Claims Against Multiple Defendants

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While some accidents involve only two parties, one of whom was at fault for causing injuries to the other party, it is also not uncommon for an accident to involve multiple defendants. Florida adheres to the legal theory of pure comparative fault, under which all parties to a suit have their fault assessed and… Read More »

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