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August 30, 2019

I Was Injured in a Work-Related Accident. Who’s Responsible for Paying My Bills?

In most cases, when you are injured in an auto accident — such as being rear-ended on your way to the grocery store — your personal insurance policy will cover most (if not all) of your medical expenses. But what happens if you are injured in an accident while you are driving for work? Can you seek compensation from your employer? In this scenario, there are two main options available to you: filing a workers’ compensation claim and pursuing a personal injury action against the at-fault party. Below, we will examine each.

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July 31, 2019

Don’t Underestimate the Dangers of Drowsy Driving

Certain driving behaviors — such as drinking and driving, texting and driving, and speeding — are well-known to be dangerous, and most conscientious drivers go to great lengths to avoid engaging in them. But most drivers do not consider being tired to be a great threat to their driving abilities. After all, being tired is just part of modern life, and we still need to get where we’re going, right? In reality, drowsy driving poses a significant risk to those who engage in it and those around them, and it is a risk that often goes unnoticed.

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May 31, 2019

If I Was Partially at Fault for My Florida Car Accident, Can I Still Recover Compensation for My Injuries?

In a Florida car accident lawsuit, a plaintiff seeking to recover damages for their injuries must prove that the other driver or drivers were to blame. Fault is a key issue in every personal injury case, and if you can’t demonstrate to the judge or jury that the other parties’ recklessness or negligence were the cause of your injuries, you simply will not recover any compensation.

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January 31, 2019

How to Prove Fault in Distracted Driving Cases

As in any car accident injury lawsuit, a person seeking compensation for injuries suffered in a distracted driving accident must prove that the defendant’s negligence caused the accident and injuries. This means proving to a judge or jury that the driver was, in fact, distracted or looking at something other than the road ahead of them at the time of the collision. Fortunately, distracted driving by its very nature often comes with ample evidence to establish fault.

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