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Tag Archives: Fort Lauderdale Auto Accident Attorneys

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The Statute of Limitations for Filing a Car Accident Claim in Florida

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Florida is a no-fault auto insurance state, which means that in most cases, car accident victims are required to go through their own insurers when seeking compensation for accident-related losses regardless of who was actually at fault for the accident. There are, however, certain situations when injured parties are permitted to file lawsuits against… Read More »

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Steps to Take After an Uber Accident in Florida

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Companies that offer ride sharing services, such as Uber and Lyft, have made affordable transportation easier than ever to obtain. While these companies often take great care when hiring drivers, accidents involving Uber drivers and their passengers continue to occur at an alarming rate. Holding the at-fault party accountable in these types of accidents… Read More »

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Most Dangerous Types of Car Accidents

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Any car accident can result in serious injuries. Even seemingly minor fender benders, for instance, could leave an injured passenger suffering from debilitating neck and back trauma. It is true, however, that certain types of accidents are known for causing particularly severe injuries. Victims of head-on collisions, for example, are much more likely to… Read More »

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Important Laws to Keep in Mind When Filing a Car Accident Claim in Florida

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Florida has a number of unique laws on the books that come into play when filing a lawsuit based on a car accident. For instance, unlike many states, Florida applies a no fault theory to car accident claims. While this does not necessarily mean that at-fault drivers will not be held accountable for their… Read More »

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The Basics of a Florida Car Accident Claim

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In Florida, like other states, car accident victims can collect compensation from the negligent or reckless parties who caused their injuries. However, Florida’s no-fault insurance laws can make this process more complicated, so if you were injured in a car accident, it is critical for you to contact an experienced car accident lawyer who… Read More »

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Defective Roadway Design and Maintenance

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Although most car accidents are the result of driver error or manufacturer negligence, many crashes occur because of problems with roadway design or construction mistakes. Both state and federal regulations require highway design engineers to follow certain standards when planning roads. Unfortunately, city governments and contractors do not always comply with these standards, which… Read More »

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Who Is Responsible for Injuries Sustained in an Accident Caused by the Driver of a Stolen Car?

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In negligence cases, it is relatively common for more than one party to be held responsible for a victim’s injuries. For instance, if an employee is driving a company car when she causes an accident, both she and the employer can be sued in court. This ability to hold a third party accountable for… Read More »

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Accidents Caused by Drugged Drivers

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Although DUIs are usually associated with driving under the influence of alcohol, the reality is that Florida law actually recognizes a separate offense for driving under the influence of drugs (DUID). Drivers who injure someone else because they were driving while intoxicated face serious criminal penalties, but may also be required to compensate the… Read More »

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Head-on Collisions

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Head-on car crashes occur when the front portions of two vehicles collide, which usually happens after one car crosses the center of the road and crashes into a vehicle traveling in the opposite direction. Head-on car crashes are some of the most dangerous and deadly types of auto accidents and are especially tragic because… Read More »

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The Dangers of Commercial Truck Brake Failure

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According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), as many as 29 percent of all commercial truck accidents are caused by brake failure. While brake failure is always dangerous, it is especially deadly when one or more of the vehicles involved in a crash is a commercial truck. This is because these types… Read More »

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