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Category: Car Accidents

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

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

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

Early 2018 Estimates Show Slight Decrease in Fatal Vehicle Accidents

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on August 1, 2019

The technology and safety features found in new cars do a tremendous job of keeping us safe. Unfortunately, car accidents still happen, resulting in serious injuries and fatalities. Crashes can put an enormous strain on your financial health and create a significant burden for your family. The insurance companies will try to pay as little… read more

Look Out for Delayed Symptoms After a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on July 31, 2019

Immediately after a car accident, you may feel fine and believe you’re not actually hurt. Days or weeks down the road, however, delayed symptoms may catch up to you. Below, we’ll discuss the most common delayed symptoms after a car accident and the importance of seeking medical attention right away. If you incurred injuries in… read more

Dangerous Intersections in Fort Lauderdale

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on June 26, 2019

It can be nerve-racking to drive around Fort Lauderdale. After all, Broward County is often referred to as a dangerous place to drive. One of the major reasons Fort Lauderdale poses such a danger to drivers is its massive intersections. Many motorists, especially those who do not live in the area and aren’t used to… read more

Why It’s Important to Seek Medical Care After an Accident

Posted in Car Accidents,Motorcycle Accident,Personal Injury,Truck Accident on May 8, 2019

A car, truck, or motorcycle accident can be a frightening experience, especially when the negligence of another party caused it. After a crash, you may be overwhelmed and unsure of what steps to take to protect your health and rights. One of the most important steps you must take is seeking the help of a… read more

Car Insurance Questions After an Accident

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on March 27, 2019

Car accidents are extremely scary, and knowing what to do in the aftermath of a crash can be confusing. If you were injured or your car incurred damaged in a crash, you likely want to know the answers to your car insurance questions. You might be wondering how to file a car insurance claim, and… read more

How to Document Your Injuries After a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on March 6, 2019

If you’ve incurred injuries on Florida roadways, it’s important to carefully document your injuries after a car accident. Having a clear record of your harm, how it occurred, doctor diagnoses, and required treatment will help you fight for a fair settlement when filing a claim with your insurance company. If your damages exceed Florida’s no-fault… read more