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Monthly Archives: September 2022

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Common Injuries In Florida Truck Accidents

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Truck accidents happen quite a lot in Florida, and unfortunately, most truck accidents result in serious injuries or death. According to the IIHS, this is mainly because of how huge, and heavy trucks are. Trucks also have greater ground clearance, which can lead to smaller vehicles under-riding trucks in accidents. Fortunately, when a truck… Read More »

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Third-Party Liability In Work Injury Cases

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Most workers in Florida are covered under workers’ compensation insurance. When a worker covered under workers’ compensation insurance sustains a work-related injury, they can file a workers’ compensation claim and recover workers’ compensation benefits. By accepting workers’ compensation benefits, an injured employee gives up their right to sue their employer for any negligence that… Read More »

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How To Maximize Your Compensation In A Florida Scooter Accident Case

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With the growing use of scooters in large cities like Florida, scooter accidents have become quite common. Unfortunately, scooter accidents can result in serious injuries. Some common injuries in scooter accidents include head injuries, facial injuries, and fractures. If you sustained injuries in a Florida scooter accident because of someone else’s negligence, you have… Read More »

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No Recovery No Fee: What Does This Mean?

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As you might have noticed, websites belonging to personal injury attorneys contain the phrase “No Recovery No Fee” or other phrases that mean the same thing, such as “No Fees if No Recovery” and “No Fees Unless We Win.” Our website, for example, contains the phrase, “No Recovery No Fee.” So, what do these… Read More »

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How An Attorney Can Help You After A Hit-And-Run Accident

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According to Florida Statute 316.061, any motorist involved in an accident resulting in property damage is required to stop their vehicle at the accident scene, or somewhere close to the scene and fulfill the requirements of Florida Statute 316.062. Unfortunately, some motorists do not abide by the law. Some drivers do not stop at… Read More »

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