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8 Motorcycle Visibility Tips

Posted July 20, 2016

Florida’s sunshine makes it a great place to ride motorcycles. However, because there are so many motorcyclists in our state, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that we also have the most motorcycle fatalities in the nation. Although motorcyclists account for only seven percent of Florida motorists, 19 percent of all fatal accidents… read more

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Personal Injury Lawsuits – The Definition of Loss of Consortium

Posted April 9, 2014

In Florida and many other states, loss of consortium is a legal phrase associated with personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. Loss of consortium is a cause of action that family members of a person who is permanently injured or killed as a result of another party’s negligence may pursue. A surviving spouse, parents, children or… read more

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Driver and Student Injured in Orlando School Bus Accident

Posted February 12, 2014

On Wednesday, February 5th, a school-bus driver and one student suffered minor injuries as their bus crashed into a backhoe from behind in east Orange County, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. The school bus was from Timber Creek High School. It had been traveling northbound on Alafaya Trail close to 1:40pm when it rear-ended… read more

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Understanding Florida Premises Liability

Posted January 27, 2014

  Florida homeowners, private property owners, and commercial property owners are subject to liability provisions under premises law. All Florida residents share certain common responsibilities for the general safety of any person who enters their property including a home, retail store, or office. Homeowners and landowners are responsible for maintaining the conditions of each square foot… read more

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What Could Mandatory Bodily Injury Coverage Mean for Florida Drivers?

Posted November 26, 2013

Updated on October 16, 2023 Florida drivers are required to carry Personal Injury Protection (PIP) coverage as part of their auto insurance policy under the state’s no-fault system. However, many lawmakers feel Florida is long overdue for an alternative to the no-fault system. In 2013, Florida legislators examined the possibility of eliminating PIP coverage. The… read more

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Florida PIP Law – Filing a Legitimate Claim and Avoiding Scams

Posted September 25, 2013

Updated on October 13, 2023 In Florida, PIP coverage pays out claims of up to $10,000 in medical expenses and lost wages for each person in a vehicle injured, regardless of whether they hire a Tampa car accident attorney or not. Regardless of fault, motorists are required to access the first $10,000 in accident-related costs from… read more

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