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April 30, 2020

Prior Accidents: Insurers Can (and Will) Attempt to Use Them Against You

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says that the average driver spends over 17,600 minutes operating a motor vehicle each year. That means that over the course of 60 years, you will be on the road for at least 2 of those years. That said, the odds of even the most careful driver of getting into one car crash during their lifetime are fairly high.

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February 28, 2020

Not Wearing a Seatbelt Can Hurt Your Car Accident Injury Case

Seatbelts save lives. They also reduce the likelihood of catastrophic injury in a car accident and are required to be worn under Florida law. Conversely, not buckling up can put your life, health, and driving record at risk. And if you are injured in a car crash when driving or riding without your seatbelt on, you can also be risking your ability to recover compensation for your losses in a car accident lawsuit.  

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November 29, 2019

What to Expect at a Car Accident Deposition

When you have been hurt in a car accident and seek compensation for your injuries and losses, you assume many roles, as undesirable or unexpected as they may be. You are a victim of someone else’s careless or reckless conduct. You are a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit. And you are a witness. You saw how the accident happened and know the impact it has had on your health, your finances, and your family. As a witness, you will more likely than not have to appear for a deposition. But what is a deposition and what can you expect when that day comes?

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October 31, 2019

Will My Car Accident Lawsuit Go to Trial?

While meeting with a personal injury attorney and filing a car accident lawsuit are necessary steps towards obtaining compensation for injuries of losses you’ve suffered, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you and your lawyer will wind up in a courtroom months or years later arguing your case in front of a judge and jury at a trial.

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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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