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Monthly Archives: July 2024

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The Importance of Reporting All of Your Symptoms After an Accident

By Anderson & Anderson |

It is not uncommon, after being involved in an accident, for injured parties to focus on the most painful and seemingly serious symptoms that they are experiencing. This makes sense, but it’s also important for injured parties to try and establish a connection between their accident and all of their symptoms. Those who fail… Read More »

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Witness Statements Could Play a Key Role in Your Florida Slip and Fall Lawsuit

By Anderson & Anderson |

In Florida, slip and fall victims are often entitled to compensation for their injury-related losses, but only if they can prove that their injury was the result of a property owner’s failure to keep his or her premises safe. To establish this, claimants will need to provide strong proof, which could take a number… Read More »

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Recovery for T-Bone Accident Injuries

By Anderson & Anderson |

It’s hard to predict what type of injury a person will sustain in a car accident, as the brutal impact of collisions can cause everything from broken bones and lacerations to head trauma and organ failure. It is also true, however, that certain types of accidents are more likely to cause specific injuries. Read… Read More »

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Florida Auto Insurance Basics

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Florida has some of the highest auto insurance rates in the country, which leaves many people wondering if there is certain coverage that they can forego. To help, we’ve included a brief breakdown of your insurance options in Florida and how they can affect your chances of recovery after an accident. Required Coverage in… Read More »

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Visibility a Top Factor in Pedestrian Accidents

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Pedestrians are already considered one of the most vulnerable road users, as they are vastly outweighed by the vehicles driven by motorists and are far less visible. The latter is particularly true at night, with the Federal Highway Administration reporting that as many as 75 percent of all pedestrian traffic fatalities occur after dark…. Read More »

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How a Lawyer Can Help After Your Hit and Run

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Florida law requires all drivers who are involved in an accident to stop their vehicle, remain at the scene, and if the other driver is present, provide that person with his or her contact information. Even if the other driver isn’t present, however, the at-fault driver will need to take certain steps, including reporting… Read More »

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