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Monthly Archives: January 2023

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Did You Suffer Chest Trauma In A Motorcycle Accident?

By Anderson & Anderson |

Motorcycle accidents are well-known for their violence and devastating physical injuries. While motorcycle accident victims could potentially sustain a wide range of injuries, there are certain parts of the body that are more vulnerable than others, including the torso and chest area. Unfortunately, injuries to these areas are almost always severe, leaving victims to… Read More »

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Does Florida Law Require The Use Of “Wet Floor” Signs?

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A lot of slip and fall accidents occur because the walking surface in question was wet, either because of a spill, a leak, or inclement weather. For this reason, many states require businesses to place signs warning visitors of potentially wet floors. While commercial establishments, government agencies, and other property owners that see a… Read More »

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Slip And Fall Accidents On Government Property

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Slip and fall accidents happen all the time in Florida. Whether due to heavy rain, a lack of maintenance, or a dangerous hazard on someone’s property, these accidents can have devastating consequences for victims. Private companies can often be held liable for a victim’s damages in these cases if there is evidence of property… Read More »

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Will My PIP Insurance Rates Increase If I’m Involved In A Car Accident?

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In Florida, motorists who are involved in car accidents and who are attempting to recover compensation for their losses will need to first file a claim with their own Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance providers. It is only when an injury qualifies as serious and permanent, that a person can file a lawsuit against… Read More »

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