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Collisions With Uninsured Motorists in Florida

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Most of the time, when you are in an auto accident, Florida’s no-fault system is able to cover your medical bills and costs. However, if the person who struck you does not have no-fault insurance, being compensated for your injuries can get much more complex. In some situations, it may be a good idea… Read More »

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Invisible Injuries Are Still Debilitating

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If you suffer a physically traumatic event, such as a car accident or being the victim of a violent crime, it is not only possible, but likely, that you will also suffer some kind of emotional or mental health-related injury as well. However, many times insurance will not cover mental health-related injuries, arguing they… Read More »

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New Texting & Driving Ban Goes Into Effect July 1

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Florida is one of the few states that until recently, did not have an enforceable ban on texting and driving. However, one was passed during the last election period, and it is poised to go into effect on July 1, 2019. As the law comes into effect, it is understandable that people will have… Read More »

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Rollover Auto Accidents On Florida Roads

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While any car crash has the potential to be serious, rollover accidents are statistically the most dangerous, even if they are one of the least common types. If you are lucky enough to survive a rollover accident, you are more likely to have sustained serious injuries simply because of the amount of metal and… Read More »

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Multi-Vehicle Car Crashes In Florida

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Normally, if you are involved in an auto accident with another driver, determining liability is relatively straightforward. However, if more than two vehicles are involved, figuring out who is at fault can be much more complex. Enlisting an experienced attorney is a good option in this type of case, so that you are able… Read More »

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Right After A Car Accident

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Given the unfortunate frequency of car crashes on Florida roads, it is not improbable that you may experience one at some point in your life. If you do, it can be critical that you act in the most efficient way possible, both to preserve any possible claim and to ensure that the chance of… Read More »

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Medical Billing Issues After A Car Crash

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After you have been in an automobile accident, the last thing that you want to worry about is paying your medical bills, especially if your injuries are severe. Florida’s auto insurance system restricts the ability of the average consumer to bring suit against someone, but at the same time, sometimes your insurer (who you… Read More »

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Texting & Driving In Florida

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It is generally accepted nowadays that texting and driving a car is inherently dangerous, and can lead to serious accidents. However, not every state’s law has caught up with this common knowledge, which means that it can be easy to get confused if you are on the road a lot. Know the statistics, and… Read More »

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Driver Fatigue & Car Accidents

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There are many different causes for auto accidents, and many different actors at whose doors they can be laid. However, one that does not often get discussed is the issue of driver fatigue. For both auto drivers and commercial truck drivers, fatigue is a factor that often gets ignored or pushed aside with the… Read More »

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Florida Spring Brings Rain … And Wet Roads

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Spring in central Florida has brought steady rain, as spring in the Sunshine State often does. While many Floridians are used to rain, many are not, and even those who think they’ve seen it all can get lulled into a false sense of security about how to drive in constant precipitation. Wet pavement is… Read More »

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