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Collecting Compensation for Whiplash

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Many car accident victims suffer from whiplash, which occurs when the muscles and ligaments of the neck and upper back are strained after a forceful impact causes the head to jerk forward or backward. Although many cases of whiplash are minor and heal within a few weeks, others are much more serious and can… Read More »

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Reason For Travel Agency Car Crash Unknown

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A travel agency in Hialeah was the site of a recent auto accident, when the driver of a car crashed into the entrance of the business during the mid-morning hours. Damage to both the building and the driver was minimal, with the driver suffering only minor injuries and a window of the travel agency… Read More »

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Spinal Cord Injuries: How to Recover Damages in a Personal Injury Suit

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Spinal injuries can be life-changing — even deadly. Whether it’s caused by a fall, an auto accident or other incident, the result can alter one’s life course for years and decades to come, including those of family and friends. What’s more, the medical costs can be extremely high and persist for many years. Types… Read More »

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Florida and Hit & Runs

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According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, 2012 through 2014 saw a total of 235,666 hit and run crashes. In 2014 alone, one in four crashes involved a hit and run. Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach County saw 84,252 hit and run crashes, accounting for 40% of all hit and… Read More »

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