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Seat Belt Injuries

Posted May 9, 2023

Seat belts prevent thousands of life-threatening injuries in car accidents each year. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, seat belts saved an estimated 14,955 lives in 2017. However, in some car accidents, the seat belt itself can cause an injury. If this occurs, the victim can pursue financial compensation for the seat belt… read more

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How Insurance Companies Devalue or Deny Valid Car Accident Claims

Posted March 7, 2023

Filing an insurance claim after a car accident in Florida is no guarantee that you will recover financial compensation for your crash. Car insurance companies are notorious for making it difficult for claimants to get paid – often through tactics such as denying valid claims and raising defenses to liability. Familiarizing yourself with common defenses… read more

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PTSD After a Car Accident

Posted February 21, 2023

If you get into or witness a severe or catastrophic car accident, you may come away with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – a psychiatric condition that can be caused by exposure to trauma. PTSD can have a major impact on your life. It can trigger fears and anxieties that make it impossible for you to… read more

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Liability for Brake Check Crashes in Florida

Posted February 7, 2023

One of the most common types of car accidents in Florida is the rear-end collision. This is when the front of one car strikes the back of the vehicle in front of it. In most cases, the rear driver will be held responsible for a rear-end collision, as it is this driver’s responsibility to maintain… read more

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Do You Have to Call the Police After a Car Accident in Florida?

Posted December 29, 2022

When You’re Required to Call the Police After a Car Crash In Florida, you’re legally required to stop at the scene and notify law enforcement of a car accident when: The accident results in injury or death. The crash resulted in property damage of at least $500. All drivers involved in an accident that results… read more

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Do I Have to Go to Court After a Car Accident in Florida?

Posted November 28, 2022

If you get injured in a car accident, you may be reluctant to seek financial compensation for fear of having to take your case to court. The majority of car accident cases in Florida, however, are resolved with settlements. This means you most likely won’t have to go to trial to recover compensation for a… read more

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