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Requesting Your Medical Records For A PI Claim

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If you are involved in a personal injury lawsuit, one of the first things you should do, after the initial healing process, is to seek copies of your medical records. Both an insurance claim and a personal injury lawyer may require copies of those records, albeit for different purposes, yet it can seem very… Read More »

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Psychological Injuries After Accidents

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When people discuss a car crash or other type of accident, most of the focus is on the physical injuries that the victim or victims sustained (if any). However, it is not at all uncommon for car accident victims to develop posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) afterward, and very often, this serious condition goes almost… Read More »

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A Truck Driver Shortage Makes Roads Less Safe

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For the past few years, the U.S. has been in the midst of a shortage of long haul truck drivers. There are many different factors that have been postulated as reasons why, from a general aging out of many drivers, to a disinclination of younger people to take a job that requires they spend… Read More »

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Insurance & Uninsured Motorist Claims

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Florida has historically had elevated numbers of drivers on the roads with little or no car insurance, despite the state’s no-fault law requiring them to carry certain amounts. This can be a bit scary for drivers because if you are in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured motorist, you may wind up with… Read More »

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How To Stay Safe On The Road During Snowbird Season

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Every winter, Florida plays host to between 700,000 and 1,000,000 temporary residents, referred to as “snowbirds” since they are fleeing cold temperatures up north. While snowbirds provide an often welcome boost to the Sunshine State’s real estate and tourism industries, they can sometimes cause problems as well. This is especially evident on the road,… Read More »

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Burn Injuries in Florida

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Regardless of whether they occurred in an auto accident, with a flammable product, or in another type of unfortunate situation, burn injuries are much more common than the average person might think, and they can leave lasting damage to skin and organs even after medical treatment. If you have sustained burns in an accident… Read More »

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Winning Florida Slip & Fall Cases

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Slip and fall cases are very common, especially in places like Florida that have a high percentage of elderly residents, though it is certainly not only the elderly who may be victimized. The average person may think that it is easy to prevail on such a case, given that a business should, at least… Read More »

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Seeking Compensation For Spinal Injuries

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Almost any type of injury can occur as a result of an auto accident, depending on the specific facts of the crash. One particularly difficult and trying type of injury is those which impact the spine – even if the spinal cord itself is untouched, damaged nerves and cracked vertebrae may need months and… Read More »

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The Role Of The Personal Representative In A Florida Wrongful Death Case

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There are two types of wrongful death cases in Florida law. One is simply referred to as a wrongful death case, while the other is called a survival action – the latter is brought as an extension of sorts of any claim that the decedent would have had if they had lived. The former… Read More »

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Product Liability For Unsafe Household Items

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A significant portion of all the products sold in the U.S. are designed for household use. The majority are of course safe, but every so often one will cause real harm to a consumer. When it does, a person must determine who may be at fault for the injuries they have suffered. This type… Read More »

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