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What’s the Number One Reason Someone Loses an Accident Lawsuit?

If you’ve been in an accident, you know that the process of pursuing an accident lawsuit can be complicated and exhausting. It’s common for people to approach the personal injury claim process with misconceptions and misunderstandings. Unfortunately, these misconceptions can lead you to lose the claim entirely. In this post, we’ll discuss the primary reasons people lose…

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What is the Most Common Type of Car Accident?

Every time you drive, you keep a close eye out to protect yourself and other motorists. After all, nobody wants to be involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, collisions are a widespread problem on the road, and some are more common than others. In this post, we’ll discuss the most common kinds of car accidents and…

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Will a Prior Injury Keep me From Winning a Personal Injury Case?

If you’ve been in an accident, you’ve probably noticed that your insurance company wants to know a lot about your health condition before the accident took place. And if you have a prior injury or disability, they may try to use that against you to deny your claim. In this post, we’ll discuss what you…

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When is it Important to Hire an Attorney for a Wrongful Death Claim?

In Florida, the wrongful death statute ensures that individuals liable for someone’s wrongful death should be held responsible for their actions. While the aftermath of a wrongful death claim can be gut-wrenching, the law ensures a deceased person’s loved ones get the compensation they need after their loved one passes. In this post, we’ll discuss why you need to…

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Is it More Dangerous to Drive at Night?

Limited visibility. Dangerous terrain. Unseen animals. Compromised vision. Impaired drivers. Those are just a few of the dangers we face when we drive at night. While it may be impossible to avoid driving in the dark all the time, it’s smart to keep it to a minimum if you want to prevent a possible car accident and personal injury. Here’s…

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Are Car Crash Deaths Declining in the US?

Each year, an estimated 36,120 people die in motor-vehicle crashes in the United States. While this number seems high, the rate of car crash deaths has been declining steadily since 2017, even though total miles driven peaked in 2018. During the COVID-19 pandemic, though, things have started to change. Despite coronavirus-related restrictions, car accident deaths…

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Are Work-From-Home Injuries Something You Can Sue For?

Thanks to COVID-19, thousands of American workers are now working from home. Each day, they set up at dining room tables, in basements, in spare bedrooms, and – rarely – in home offices. This new work environment presents challenges for both employers and employees. Companies, for example, must accept that they can’t control their employees’ remote…

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