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Recent Blog Posts


Recovering Damages After a Hit-and-Run Accident

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Hit-and-run collisions are a common occurrence in Florida, where thousands of tourists and new residents are drawn each year by the state’s balmy weather and many attractions. In fact, the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) Administration estimates that as many as 25 percent of all crashes in Florida involve a hit-and-run driver…. Read More »


When is an Injury Considered Catastrophic?

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Even injuries that seem relatively minor can have a significant impact on a person’s life. For instance, a broken bone can cause pain for weeks or even months after an accident, while also leaving the injured party unable to perform certain daily tasks or fulfill his or her job duties. Catastrophic injuries, however, tend… Read More »


Injuries Caused by Road Defects

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Most car accidents can be attributed to reckless or negligent drivers whose failure to safely operate their vehicles causes collisions. However, a surprising number of accidents are not the result of a driver’s negligence, but of defects in the road itself. Fortunately, it is still possible for those who are injured in these types… Read More »


What is the Impact Rule?

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Most people are familiar with the general principle of personal injury claims, which is to compensate those who suffer injuries as a result of another person’s negligence for their losses. While in many cases, this means that accident victims can only recover damages compensating them for their physical injuries, in others it can also… Read More »


What Causes Semi-Truck Accidents?

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We’ve all driven by a collision that involved a semi-truck and been horrified at the amount of resulting damage. Few, however, are aware of just how common these types of accidents are. For instance, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) estimates that of the nearly 475,000 crashes involving large trucks that occurred in… Read More »


Recovering Damages for Psychological Injuries

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The physical consequences of another person’s negligence can be devastating for unsuspecting victims. For instance, a property owner’s failure to keep her premises clean and safe could lead to a slip and fall accident, resulting in serious and debilitating injuries. What many people don’t realize, however, is that accidents based on another person’s negligence… Read More »


Statute of Limitations for Defective Medication Claims

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Companies that manufacture medications are legally required to use reasonable care when testing and marketing their products. While many companies use great care to fulfill these legal responsibilities, some do not, which can leave consumers at risk of serious injury. Fortunately, consumers who are injured after taking defective medications can recover damages compensating them… Read More »


Distraction-Related Pedestrian Accidents

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Pedestrian accidents, like any other type of accident, occur for a variety of different reasons, many of which involve driver or pedestrian distraction. Determining whether this type of distraction played a role can have a significant impact when it comes to recovering damages, so if you were involved in a car accident in Florida… Read More »


Determining Who is Liable for a Chain Reaction Accident

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Multi-vehicle accidents have a number of different causes, but chain reaction collisions are perhaps the most common. These accidents occur when there are three or more vehicles in a row, the first of which is involved in a collision, which causes the next car to collide with the first vehicle, and so on. Because… Read More »


Determining Damages in Your Personal Injury Claim

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Sustaining serious injuries in an accident can have far reaching consequences for the injured parties and their families. For instance, particularly traumatic injuries are often difficult, painful, and expensive to treat, and could still leave a person struggling with disability for months or even years after an accident, while also trying to stay on… Read More »

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