employer liable accident

Is the Employer Liable for a Car Accident Involving an Employee?

You’ve been in a car accident, and the other driver involved was an employee in a company vehicle. The accident involved injuries, and you’re wondering who is legally responsible for the damages. Is the other driver’s employer liable? Do you need to file a claim with your own insurance? The answer is: it depends. In…

multi-vehicle accident

How do you Determine Who’s at Fault in a Multi-Vehicle Accident?

After a multi-vehicle accident, it can be difficult to determine fault. The legal definition of “fault” could depend on a variety of factors, including how many vehicles were involved, the state where the accident occurred, and the details in the police report. In this blog, we’ll discuss the ins and outs of determining fault in…

motorcycle accidents

Are Motorcycle Accidents on the Rise in Florida?

Over the past several years, motorcycle accidents have been increasing in Florida. Motorcyclists are much more vulnerable on Florida’s roadways than cars, making even a short drive much riskier. In fact, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has reported that Florida has the highest number of motorcycle-related deaths in the entire United States….

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Three Key Steps to Take If You’re Injured as a Passenger in an Accident

Nobody wants to be in a car accident. It almost feels worse if you’re a passenger in an accident. After all, you had no control over the accident, and all that’s left to do now is respond. Fortunately, you’re not alone in the process. If you were a passenger in an accident, you’re probably wondering…

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Should I See a Doctor After an Accident?

Each year in the United States, there is an average of  84 injuries per 100 million vehicle miles traveled. People travel well over 3 trillion miles every year. That’s a lot of car accident injuries. If you’ve been involved in a car accident, you might be wondering what happens after the accident. How do you deal with insurance…

spinal injuries

Five Common Spinal Injuries from Car Accidents

A spinal cord injury from a car accident is a dangerous and possibly life-threatening event. Unfortunately, they’re also very common. Car accidents cause  ⅓ of the 12,5000 spinal cord injuries that occur annually in the US. This blog will discuss some of the most common spinal injuries caused by car accidents, what you need to…

premises liability

Do I Have Grounds for a Premises Liability Claim?

Premises liability is a legal concept. Usually, it comes into play during personal injury cases when a person’s injuries were caused by unsafe, defective, or negligent conditions on someone’s property. Slip and fall cases are a common example. If you’ve suffered an injury or accident on someone else’s property, you may be wondering whether it…

car accident trends

Car Accident Trends & Statistics for 2022

A car accident is every driver’s worst nightmare. Unfortunately, they’re also prevalent occurrences. Today, an estimated 1.3 million people die in car crashes each year or about 3,287 deaths per day. An additional 20-50 million people are injured or disabled in car accidents each year. Important information can be gleaned from looking at car accident…

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Low Settlement Offers: How to Deal with Them

If you’ve been in an accident, you’re probably beginning to deal with insurance companies, adjusters, and other details surrounding your personal injury claim. While these dealings should be straightforward, they seldom are. In fact, even an insurance company that has accepted liability may be committed to negotiating and delivering several low settlement offers right off…

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