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Motorcycle Accidents Do Not Stop In Florida Winters

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Snow, ice and cold weather curtail motorcycle riding in most states, as one might imagine. However, in states like Florida, where the weather is generally nice enough to ride year round, there is no great slowdown in traffic, and as such, the rules you need to practice to keep yourself safe apply year round… Read More »

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Will Not Wearing A Helmet Harm My Personal Injury Case?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

The state of Florida leaves the decision as to whether or not to wear a helmet up to each individual bicyclist or motorcyclist, as long as they are over the age of 16 (or 21, in the case of motorcycles). However, it is not uncommon for victims of accidents to find themselves being told… Read More »

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FAQ On PIP: Questions On Personal Injury Protection Coverage

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida is a no-fault state, meaning that most car accident cases are disposed of in working with insurers, rather than going to trial. In order to perpetuate the no-fault system, each driver is required to carry a certain amount of insurance coverage. This insurance is called personal injury protection (PIP). In theory, one simply… Read More »

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Unique Issues For Florida Motorcyclists

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Riding a motorcycle in Florida can be absolutely glorious, between the weather and the coastal roads. However, since there are many riders in the state and a lot of traffic, it can also be dangerous. If you plan to ride a motorcycle in Florida, there are certain legal provisions that you need to be… Read More »

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