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Monthly Archives: April 2021

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Bone Fractures In Florida Car Crashes

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimate that among serious injuries sustained in car accidents, bone fractures are one of the top three most common injuries suffered. While many bone fractures are seen as inconsequential injuries, especially compared to the potentially life-threatening harm that can be suffered in a car accident,… Read More »

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My Child Has Been Injured! What Do I Do?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

No parent ever wants to see their child injured, but sadly, it will happen. It can feel like you have no ability to fix the situation, and while you cannot heal your child’s injuries, you can file suit on their behalf if you believe their negligence played a role in the harm your child… Read More »

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‘Catastrophic’ Injuries in Auto Accidents

By Rinaldo Law Group |

When it comes to auto insurance, Florida is a no-fault state, meaning that instead of bringing most car accident cases to court, claims are filed using personal injury protection (PIP) insurance that every Florida driver is required to carry. However, this is not the case when an injury is catastrophic. In some cases, an… Read More »

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What Is Florida’s Good Samaritan Law?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

In the majority of situations, no one has an obligation to help any other person (though there are exceptions to this general rule). There are, however, situations where the average person may choose to help someone else, and in those situations, laws exist to protect them. If someone is injured and another person tries… Read More »

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