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Money and property may not be your only accident losses

If you suffered injuries in a Florida car accident, you know that the impact can reach to most, if not all, areas of your life. You may experience much more than just loss of property and physical injuries, but you could also experience losses that are intangible and difficult to properly value.

Traumatic amputation could lead to different types of pain

Catastrophic injuries can come in many forms. Injuries to the back and head often come to mind as having the potential to cause serious harm, but extremities can also face severe injuries that can prove life-changing as well. Hands, arms, legs, feet or even fingers and toes could get crushed or, worse, amputated during a serious car accident.

A minor injury can lead to big health problems in the future

It can be difficult in the immediate aftermath of a Florida accident to truly grasp the nature of an injury. In fact, it can be weeks or months before you understand how an injury will affect your daily life and future. For some accident victims, what started as a relatively minor injury becomes worse over time, resulting in a new diagnosis of a painful condition called complex regional pain syndrome.

Does signing a waiver always limit your ability to sue?

You are probably familiar with many of the common liability waivers that come as a part of participating in certain groups -- gyms, school sports, recreational activities and more. You might expect to sign these documents as a matter of course, usually as part of initial contract proceedings. Liability waivers can seem so rote and routine that you may not even pay much attention to them as you are signing.

Hands-free devices: Safer than handling a phone while driving?

Modern technology makes lives better and safer in many ways, yet sometimes, these conveniences are actually more dangerous when used in an inappropriate manner. For example, cell phones provide many benefits, yet when used by a person who is driving, they can be the cause of serious car accidents. In fact, phone-related distracted driving is a major problem in Florida and across the country.

Overcoming the intimidation factor of liability with guidance

With the potential financial weight of medical expenses and a loss of income, suffering severe injuries could put you in a difficult position. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you might be looking at a long and challenging period of recovery, potentially spurring a need for financial relief to ensure your financial future stays intact.

A little fatigue can lead to devastating consequences

Like distracted driving, drowsy driving could have detrimental, catastrophic consequences. A negligent driver is a dangerous driver, whether that individual is dangerously drowsy, distracted or simply reckless. Any negligent Florida driver can be accountable for harm caused by his or her actions.

Everyone struggles when a loved one suffers a brain injury

The hours and days following your loved one's car accident are probably a blur to you. Doctors may have shown you brain scans, explained test results and hinted at a prognosis, but three words stuck in your head: traumatic brain injury. You may know little about TBIs, and you are not alone. In fact, many doctors themselves confess how little they know about the human brain.

You deserve more than the minimum after a car accident

Drivers are only required to carry a minimum of $10,000 in property damage liability and a minimum of $10,000 in personal injury insurance coverage in order to operate a motor vehicle here in Florida. To make matters worse, some drivers don't even bother to have that coverage. In a serious accident, that amount may not even cover your medical bills. When you add in the income you could lose during your recovery and other damages, this amount is woefully inadequate.

When an airplane ride wasn't the safest way to travel

Experts say that flying remains the safest way to travel, but when a crash occurs, the devastation is often catastrophic. Even though only about 20 percent of airplane crashes involve fatalities, serious injuries often occur that require lengthy recovery times. This often means significant medical bills, time off work and other disruptions to your life.

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