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What Truck Safety Regulations Help You in Your Truck Accident Case?
What Truck Safety Regulations Help You in Your Truck Accident Case?

There are specific regulations in place, set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), that govern the trucking industry. If a trucking company or truck driver happens to violate one of the regulations in place and an accident results from it, then your truck accident lawyer may be able…

24, June, 2022 Read More
What To Do After a Daytona Beach Motorcycle Accident
What To Do After a Daytona Beach Motorcycle Accident

In a year-by-year review of motorcycle fatalities in Florida by Ride Smart Florida, the data shows that motorcycle fatalities in the state have risen by 3% since 2017. The data published by the organization showed that the state of Florida reported 567 casualties involving motorcycle accidents in 2021, which is…

23, June, 2022 Read More
How Can a Settlement Help Someone with a Spinal Cord Injury?
How Can a Settlement Help Someone with a Spinal Cord Injury?

In some situations, after being involved in an accident and suffering a spinal cord injury, it’s necessary for the victim to file a lawsuit. This lawsuit’s purpose is to help them secure a fair amount of compensation for their losses. Unfortunately, the process of filing a lawsuit can be lengthy,…

21, June, 2022 Read More
What Happens if My Personal Injury Claim Goes to Court in Orlando?
What Happens if My Personal Injury Claim Goes to Court in Orlando?

In many cases, personal injury claims are resolved before a lawsuit is filed. In situations where a fair settlement is unable to be reached outside of the courtroom, though, a personal injury attorney will move forward and file a lawsuit. The entire process may take from just a few months…

20, June, 2022 Read More
Summer Safety Advice in Florida
Summer Safety Advice in Florida 

There’s a reason that Florida is called the Sunshine State and why millions of people flock to the beaches every summer – it’s beautiful, and there are tons of things to do and see. However, there are also certain risks associated with going to the Florida beaches. Because of this,…

13, June, 2022 Read More
Involved in an Orlando Car Accident? Here Are Your Next Steps
Involved in an Orlando Car Accident? Here Are Your Next Steps

Florida is home to more than 17 million drivers. Each year, there are almost 400,000 accidents on roadways throughout the state. With these statistics, it’s clear that the likelihood of an accident in the Sunshine State is high. It doesn’t matter if you have been in a minor fender bender…

26, May, 2022 Read More
common causes of boating accidents florida
The Most Common Causes of Boating Accidents in Florida 

According to a 2020 report, the state of Florida tops the list when it comes to boating accidents. In fact, the Sunshine State has twice as many accidents as California, which is number two on the list. In 2020, there were 679 recreational boating accidents, with the number surging to…

13, May, 2022 Read More
Doctor Report after a Car Accident
What You Need to Tell Your Doctor after a Car Accident

Your Florida car accident case starts right after your accident happens. Everything you say, do, or don't say or do, is documented and used to find inconsistencies to use against you.  An extremely important source of information in any car accident case is the documentation provided by your doctor or…

04, May, 2022 Read More
Understanding Blind Spot Collisions in Daytona Beach
Understanding Blind Spot Collisions in Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach sees all types of car and truck accidents. Unfortunately, collisions, fender benders, and serious accidents are regular occurrences on roadways in the area.  One type of collision that isn’t discussed as much as others are blind-spot collisions. If you are involved in this type of accident, you have…

03, May, 2022 Read More
most common causes florida motorcycle accidents
The Most Common Causes of Florida Motorcycle Accidents 

There's a reason that Florida is nicknamed the Sunshine State. The weather in this state is great and ideal for motorcycle riders.  While the skies may be clear, it doesn't mean there aren't other potential dangers on the roads for motorcyclists. Because of the risks and serious injuries that may…

28, April, 2022 Read More

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