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Common Injuries After a Motorcycle Accident

Posted in Motorcycle Accident on January 24, 2020

Generally, motorcycle crashes are not “accidents.” People accidentally misplace their car keys. They do not accidentally turn in front of motorcyclists and cause collisions. In fact, such driver error causes roughly 95 percent of all motorcycle wrecks. If this driver error involved negligence, which is usually the case, substantial compensation might be available. In vehicle-on-vehicle… read more

The Importance of Continuing Medical Care after a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents on January 11, 2020

Car crash injuries are very difficult to diagnose and treat. Whiplash is a good example. The sudden motion of a car crash causes this head/neck injury. X-rays, MRIs, and other common devices often cannot detect whiplash. If promptly and properly treated, this injury is manageable and generally curable. But without prompt and proper treatment, it… read more

Why Should an Expert Witness Testify in My Personal Injury Case?

Posted in Personal Injury on December 30, 2019

If you’re filing a personal injury case, your goal will be to prove that another party’s negligence led to your injuries. Sometimes, it’s pretty clear that the accident or incident you were involved in is someone else’s fault. Other times, however, there’s a gray area and you need to take some extra steps to prove… read more

What to Expect During Free Case Consultation

Posted in Personal Injury on December 15, 2019

You may have been a pedestrian walking in a crosswalk when you were struck by a vehicle driven by a distracted driver. Maybe you were rear-ended by an intoxicated driver as you waited at a red light. You may have trusted the wrong doctor to perform complex surgery which caused more harm than good. In… read more

Common Child Injuries in Florida

Posted in Personal Injury on December 2, 2019

As a parent, it can be difficult to see your child hurt. This is particularly true when their injury was the result of another party’s negligence. Sadly, child injuries that were caused by the reckless or careless actions of others are not uncommon in the Sunshine State. Below, we’ll dive deeper into the most common… read more

Is a Drunk Driver Automatically Liable for My Car Accident?

Posted in Car Accidents on November 25, 2019

Drunk drivers cause thousands of car accidents in Florida every year. An intoxicated driver is committing a serious criminal offense, and there are countless ways that they can cause a devastating accident. It’s important for you to recover financial compensation after being involved in an accident with a drunk driver. However, recovering damages is not… read more

How a Truck Insurance Company Investigates a Crash

Posted in Truck Accident on November 11, 2019

No vehicle accident is easy to handle; however, truck accidents are very different from accidents that only involve passenger cars. A large semi-truck is extremely complex and a collision with one can cause enormous damage. Furthermore, an accident with a commercial vehicle will generally involve numerous large companies and their insurance providers. You have the… read more

Common Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury After a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on October 15, 2019

Head injuries impact many victims throughout South Florida every day. You can suddenly be hurt while traveling in your car, at work, or participating in a recreational activity. It’s important to seek medical attention immediately if you or a loved one are injured in a serious accident. Getting better may require significant and long-term treatment…. read more

Calculating Pain and Suffering in Florida

Posted in Personal Injury on September 30, 2019

If you incurred injuries from an accident that was the result of another party’s negligence, you might face economic damages such as medical bills, lost wages, and more. These damages can be easy to determine by simply looking at your pharmacy and doctor’s office receipts and calculating how much money you’ve lost by not working…. read more

How to Prove Trucking Violations After an Accident

Posted in Personal Injury,Truck Accident on September 16, 2019

A significant percentage of the goods transported across the United States travel by truck. This means that every day, we share the roadways with millions of commercial vehicles. Truck drivers must adhere to specific laws and regulations set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to keep themselves as well as other motorists… read more