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Thinking About Committing a Hit and Run? Think Again!

Posted in Hit And Run Car Accident,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on April 28, 2018

As tempting as it might seem to escape liability for a collision, it is never in anyone’s best interests to hit someone and run. Hit-and-run is a serious crime in Florida that can come with life-changing repercussions. Leaving the scene of an accident without fulfilling one’s duties to the other party could result in dire… read more

Is Not Wearing a Helmet While Riding a Bike Negligent?

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Bicycle Accident,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on April 27, 2018

As the victim of a bicycle or motorcycle accident in Florida, your helmet wearing or lack thereof could become a point of discussion during a personal injury insurance claim or lawsuit. Florida’s helmet laws and comparative fault statute could end in at least partial liability for damages on the biker’s shoulders – even if another… read more

The Legally Binding Truth of Oral Contracts

Posted in News on April 26, 2018

Holding someone to his or her word could be within your legal rights in Florida. According to state laws, an oral or verbal agreement could be legally binding in certain circumstances. Even if you have no written contract with a business or individual, the person saying you’re in business with one another could be enough… read more

Florida Pushes New Texting While Driving Law

Posted in Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on April 8, 2018

Too many Floridians take the privilege of driving for granted and do not recognize the responsibilities that come with getting behind the wheel. Texting and driving is one of the deadliest forms of distracted driving on the roadway, yet the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates at least 660,000 drivers use their cell phones… read more

Living in a No-Fault State Like Florida and What It Really Means

Posted in Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on April 7, 2018

Florida is just one of 12 states that follow no-fault insurance laws. These rather unpopular laws mandate that car accident victims must seek damage recovery through their own insurers regardless of who was at fault for the crash. It also makes it difficult to bring a lawsuit against an at-fault driver for bodily injury or… read more

Vital Symptoms of a Concussion Following a Devastating Injury

Posted in Personal Injury on April 6, 2018

A concussion is a mild form of traumatic brain injury (TBI). When a bump or blow to the head causes the brain to strike the inside of the skull, a concussion can occur. Concussions are the most common type of TBI, accounting for 30% of all injury deaths in the U.S. A concussed brain does… read more

Researchers Find a Group of Bicycle Crashes in Florida

Posted in Bicycle Accident,News on April 5, 2018

Bicycling is more than just a hobby for Floridians – it’s a way of life. With more cyclists and cyclist fatalities than any other state in the U.S., it’s clear that Florida bikers are not a minority on the roadways. Unfortunately, more bicyclists mean more opportunities for collisions. From 1975 to 2012, Florida saw the… read more

5 Important Questions to Ask Your Lawyer in Florida

Posted in Personal Injury on April 5, 2018

Car accident claims in Florida can be complex and require shrewd litigation. When choosing which lawyer is best to represent you, ask certain questions during your free consultation. The questions you ask and how the attorney answers them can give you a clearer picture of what to expect from working with the firm, as well… read more

Distracted Driving or Distracted Walking? Which Is More Dangerous?

Posted in Car Accident Law,News,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on April 3, 2018

The rise of cell phone use around the globe hasn’t only contributed to distracted driving. It’s also caused an increase in distracted pedestrians. Distracted pedestrians are such an issue in some places that cities have installed sidewalk traffic lights to catch the attention of people looking down at their phones before they step into oncoming… read more

I Crashed My Car in Fort Lauderdale: How Long Will It Take to Settle My Case?

Posted in News on April 2, 2018

The timeline for a car accident settlement in Fort Lauderdale depends on the specifics of the case. Totaled vehicles, catastrophic injuries, or wrongful death could all require more litigation time,for example, just as a minor fender bender could require less. Some car accident settlements must wait for ongoing criminal cases against the at-fault drivers to… read more