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Category: Car Accident Law

How Medical Treatments Can Increase the Value of Your Settlement

Posted in Car Accident Law,Insurance Law,Personal Injury on March 23, 2018

Insurance settlement amounts after a personal injury accident depend largely on your medical bills. Predicting how the insurance company will evaluate your claim takes understanding how insurance claims work in Florida. One of the key pieces of almost all settlement offers is a type of recovery called “medical special damages.” In essence, this recovery refers… read more

The Scary Truth: Auto Collisions and Miscarriages

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on March 19, 2018

Some drivers fear not only for their own lives in accidents but for those of their unborn children. Pregnant mothers in vehicle collisions have unique needs and require special emergency care. The physical and emotional trauma one can suffer in a crash could lead to miscarriage, pre-term labor, or other aftereffects. As a pregnant woman… read more

6 Unexpected Driving Habits That May Land You In A Collision [Infographic]

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Personal Injury on March 7, 2018

You’d be surprised, but not everyone drives with the same amount of awareness and attention towards the road like you do. Even the smallest action like picking up a wrapper from the floor, which may not be a big deal, could easily turn into a disaster. It’s within that sudden moment where the unexpected happens… read more

How Does a Chain Reaction Accident Happen and Who Is at Fault?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,Personal Injury on March 2, 2018

You’ve probably seen news stories about multi-car pileups and huge crashes on your local highways. How do these “chain reaction” crashes occur, and how do the police determine who is responsible for damages? A “chain reaction” crash is simply one with three or more vehicles that become involved in a series of crashes. It can… read more

Drunk Driving and Third-Party Liability for Intoxication

Posted in Car Accident Law,News,Personal Injury on September 30, 2016

In the state of Florida, third parties may be held liable for injuries caused by a drunk driving accident under limited circumstances.  Though third-party liability for intoxication is applied narrowly in Florida, if you are injured as the result of a drunk driving accident, it is still worth serious consideration.  You may be entitled to… read more

A Look at Liability in Multi-Vehicle Auto Accidents

Posted in Car Accident Law,News,Personal Injury on July 29, 2016

It should come as no surprise that when an individual is injured in an automobile accident in which several automobiles were involved, questions regarding liability can and do frequently arise. That is why accident victims are encouraged to seek sound legal guidance from a Fort Lauderdale car accident lawyer like David I. Fuchs. Involved in… read more

Collisions With Company Vehicles: Who is Liable for the Damages?

Posted in Car Accident Law,News on July 1, 2016

Accidents happen on a daily basis in Ft. Lauderdale and throughout Florida. But have you ever wondered who would be held responsible if you are hit by someone driving a UPS truck? Or what if you were hit by the pizza delivery person? In Florida, if the vehicle driver collides with you while he or… read more

Staying Safe on the Road: Be Sure to Keep These Tips in Mind

Posted in Car Accident Law,News,Personal Injury on April 12, 2016

The weather in Florida is generally beautiful all year long. With all the wonderful beaches and outdoor activities available, it’s no wonder that individuals from throughout the U.S. flock to Florida to take advantage of fun in the sun and warm temperatures. That being the case, because there are so many people on the road,… read more

Is Walking or Biking actually Safer?

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Bicycle Accident,Car Accident Law,News,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on October 6, 2015

Is walking or biking to your destination safer? For everyone who decides to walk or take their bike, this poses questions about which is safer. With the warm temperatures and sunny beach days, Floridians do generally choose to walk, jog, or bike to their destinations. Even though is it better for the environment and saves… read more

The Importance of Wearing a Seatbelt

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on August 4, 2015

Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injuries among millions of Americans every year. 2.2 million Americans were treated in emergency departments as the result of being injured in a motor vehicle accident in 2014. Wearing a seat belt is the most effective way to save lives and reduce the amount of… read more