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What if I’m in an Accident and My Injuries Don’t Show Up Right Away?

After an accident, some injuries present immediately. Things like broken bones and concussions, for example, have severe symptoms. Sometimes, though, you can sustain an injury that doesn’t appear for days, weeks, or months after the accident. What then? Don’t worry. You have options. While you can still file an insurance claim, you have to move…

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How Many Car Accident Cases go to Trial?

If you’ve been in a car accident, you’re probably wondering what happens next. It can be overwhelming to negotiate an auto accident settlement with your insurance company. Especially as you try to recover from your injuries. Unfortunately, insurance companies don’t make this process any easier. Today, it’s the goal of most insurance companies to settle…

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What Rights do you Have if You’re a Passenger in a Motor Vehicle Accident?

Nobody wants to be in a car accident. The experience can be especially traumatic, though, if you’re the passenger rather than the driver. Not only do you have no control over the circumstances of the accident, but it’s challenging to know what to do after the accident happens. Don’t worry, though; there are ways to…

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What is Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and why do you Need it?

Today, most Florida residents carry car insurance to cover vehicle damages or claims. Most people also carry health insurance, which covers major medical bills. After a car accident, though, many drivers discover gaps in those policies. These gaps require them to pay out-of-pocket for post-injury expenses. Fortunately, that’s where personal injury protection comes in. Personal…

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Signs of a Traumatic Brain Injury and Why Hiring a Lawyer Can Help

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a painful, devastating personal injury that can happen to anyone, any time. People who have experienced a traumatic brain injury know how frightening the situation can be. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), TBIs account for about 30% of all injuries that lead to death and affect more than 2.8 million…