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Have You Been In A Florida Rollover Accident?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida has some of the busiest roads in the United States, but unfortunately, this means an elevated number of traffic accidents occur each year. Some of the most devastating are known as rollover accidents, in which a vehicle will flip and land on its side (or, in rare situations, finish upright). Because of the… Read More »

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What Is Florida’s Dangerous Instrumentality Doctrine?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

It is not uncommon for people to allow their friends or family to borrow their vehicle, but what many do not know is that in Florida, they may still be on the proverbial hook if their friend or family member negligently causes an accident. Florida observes what is known as the dangerous instrumentality doctrine,… Read More »

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Keep Your Eyes On The Road In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Auto accidents happen every day in Florida, for a variety of reasons. However, what many people are not aware of is that some car accidents are caused simply by a swerve, or a failure to maintain one’s lane. Even small movements or lapses in attention when driving a car can lead to injuries and… Read More »

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Are Florida Parents Liable For Their Minor Children’s Negligence?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Normally, individuals are not held responsible for the negligent actions of third parties unless they have a special relationship, and a parent/child relationship is one of the few that qualifies. This has led to what are known as parental responsibility laws, which exist in some form in almost every U.S. state. Florida has its… Read More »

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Have You Been Struck By A Distracted Driver?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Whether you are in a passenger vehicle, big rig, motorcycle, or on your feet, the specter of distracted drivers on Florida roads is a disturbing one. It is easy to feel protected to the point of immortality, particularly if you have never been in a car crash before. However, a driver operating their vehicle… Read More »

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Comparative Fault In Florida Car Accidents

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Car accidents are all too common on Florida roads, and while there are any number of potential causes, it is generally true that far too many injuries and fatalities occur as a result of other drivers’ negligence. If you have been injured in a car accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence, you… Read More »

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Accidents Involving Rideshare Cars In Florida

By Rinaldo Law Group |

While there have been several growing pains in establishing them in the region, rideshare services like Uber and Lyft are in Florida to stay. However, this means that more cars are on the road, and accordingly, there is a higher risk of auto accidents. If you are involved in a car crash with a… Read More »

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Who Is At Fault In Rear-End Auto Accidents?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

There are many different types of automobile accidents, classified depending on where the two vehicles connect. One of the most common types seen on Florida roads is the rear-end collision, which can involve two or more vehicles, and can cause serious damage to the drivers and passengers caught in the crash – nearly 30… Read More »

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Rollover Car Accidents On Florida Roads

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida roads are notoriously dangerous, with around a quarter of drivers having no auto insurance, and elevated levels of traffic compared to most other states. One of the most deadly types of auto accidents is the rollover crash, where a vehicle actually flips, landing on its roof, or completing the flip and landing hard… Read More »

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Dealing With CMS After A Florida Accident

By Rinaldo Law Group |

As of this writing, millions of people in Florida have Medicare and/or Medicaid coverage. Medicare is for the disabled and for individuals over the age of 65, while Medicaid covers many more people, though it may not cover certain procedures. Most of the time, these programs are used in the context of paying for… Read More »

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