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What Is Negligence?

Posted in Personal Injury on November 30, 2020

Basically, negligence is the failure to use reasonable care. It is a concept in personal injury claims that is used to figure out who should pay for damages that were caused. However, it is a complex legal idea that should be analyzed by your attorney when determining who is at fault and who should pay… read more

Should I Talk to My Own Insurance Company After a Crash?

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on November 22, 2020

No. You shouldn’t talk to any insurance company before consulting with a car accident lawyer. Every insurance company has a goal of paying you as little as possible. Even if you make a claim under your own collision or uninsured motorist policy, they may try to offer you less than you deserve. Attorney David I…. read more

5 Questions the Trucking Insurance Company Will Ask After a Truck Accident

Posted in Truck Accident on November 11, 2020

If you are in a trucking accident, the insurance company will likely contact you quickly. They will ask you many questions, some of which can harm your case if not answered properly. You should always talk to a personal injury attorney before answering questions from the trucking insurance company. With more than 30 years of… read more

Questions the Trucking Insurance Company Will Ask After a Truck Accident

Posted in Insurance Law,Truck Accident on October 31, 2020

Immediately after a truck accident, the trucker’s insurance company will jump into action. In fact, they often have a rapid response team that will show up to the scene of the accident, sometimes before the police arrive. They will ask you a lot of questions, and you must navigate them carefully. Before you talk to… read more

Who Should I Call After a Car Accident?

Posted in Car Accidents on October 30, 2020

The moments after a car accident can be confusing. You may be injured and unsure of what to do right away. Read below to find out a few immediate calls that you should make. 1. Call 911 The first call you make after a car accident should be to 911. This will get a police… read more

What Information Do I Need to Give My Doctors After a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents on October 22, 2020

When you have a car accident, you will likely need both emergency treatment and ongoing medical care. All of your doctors will ask many of the same questions, and you will have to give them a lot of information about your crash. Read below to learn more. If you are in a car wreck, you… read more

What Does a Police Officer Do At the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident?

Posted in Car Accidents on October 11, 2020

One of the first things you should do after a car accident is call 911. Emergency dispatch will send one or more police officers to the scene of your wreck as well as any other emergency responders that you need. When they arrive, police officers will immediately get to work. Read below to learn more… read more

Third Parties That May Be Responsible for Work Injuries in Florida

Posted in Work Injuries on October 2, 2020

If you were injured on the job, you may be able to sue a third party (not your employer) for your injuries. Oftentimes, injuries at work have causes that can be attributed to companies or people other than your employer. In those situations, a third party work injury lawsuit may help you recover the money… read more

How to Protect Your Child in a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents on September 30, 2020

As a parent you do everything you can to protect your child, and that includes taking safety precautions in the car. There are steps you can take to protect your child if you are in a car accident. Read below to learn more. If you or your child are in a car accident, David I…. read more

Fatal Motorcycle Accidents in Florida

Posted in Motorcycle Accident,Wrongful Death on September 21, 2020

In 2019, there were 534 motorcycle fatalities in Florida. So far, in 2020, there have been 341. Many of those could have been prevented by the negligent driver who didn’t take proper precautions to avoid a wreck with a bike. If your loved one has been involved in a fatal motorcycle accident, we know you… read more