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Why You Should Never Say I’m Sorry After a Car Accident
Being involved in a car accident can be a stressful and difficult situation. Regardless of whose fault you believe the accident is, there are a few things you should never do. One of the most important is that you never say the phrase, “I’m sorry.” While you may think this is just a nice… Read More »
Common Challenges in Motorcycle Accident Cases
When you ride a motorcycle, you will have very little protection and therefore, if you are involved in a motorcycle accident, you may suffer serious and debilitating injuries. The process of building an effective personal injury claim is essential to help ensure you get the financial compensation you need and deserve. After a motorcycle… Read More »
The Impact of Trucker Fatigue on Trucking Accidents
There are constant examples of the struggle between safety and economics all the time. In some cases, the expense of this struggle is human lives. Vehicles that should have been recalled and then fixed for a pretty affordable price can remain on the road until a person dies because of the defect. Unfortunately, the… Read More »
Premises Liability: Who’s Liable If You Slip and Fall on Ice?
While slipping and falling on ice doesn’t always lead to a serious injury, it can. When a serious injury occurs, you may wonder if the property owner can be held responsible for your injuries and any accident related expenses. This is a situation that falls under premises liability law and there are several factors… Read More »
Frequently Asked Questions About Retail Store Slip and Fall Accidents
“Slip and fall” is a blanket reference to slips, trips, and falls that result in injury. Slips occur due to a loss of traction between your foot (or, more likely, your footwear) and the surface you are walking on. It could be a wet surface, such as a freshly mopped floor, or a slippery… Read More »
The 3 Leading Causes of Trucking Accidents
If you are in a passenger vehicle and you get in an accident with a large commercial truck, it can be much more dangerous and devastating than if you had just gotten into an accident with a vehicle the same size as your own. In 2015, over 4,300 large trucks and buses were involved… Read More »
What Exactly is Personal Injury Anyway?
What does personal injury mean to you? For many people, it is a commercial on radio or TV, in which a lawyer screams about how much money he or she can get you after you suffer an injury. But the truth is, personal injury doesn’t refer the injury at all, but is defined as… Read More »
The Potential Risks of IVC Filters: Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
The IVC filter, or inferior vena cava filters, are very small devices that are implanted into your vena cave to help prevent serious problems, such as a pulmonary embolism. These devices are primarily used for individuals who are at risk of developing blood clots. If the blood clot were to break free, it could… Read More »
Avoiding a Car Accident with More Vehicles on the Road Every Year
In the year 2015, there were over 263 million registered vehicles in the United States. This is up from about 193 million in 1990 and 108 million in 1970. And while it’s true that the roadway system in the U.S. has been expanded during that time, no one would deny that the nation’s roads… Read More »
What Is Wrongful Death and How Do You Prove It?
Wrongful death refers to any deliberate action by one person that causes the death of another person as the result of negligence or carelessness. This can involve auto accidents, truck accidents, a criminal act, or a death resulting from the mistakes of a doctor. Florida law allows only the surviving family members of the… Read More »