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What are the Most Common Motorcycle Accident Injuries?

By Anderson & Anderson |

There are a lot of benefits to riding motorcycles. They are, for instance, relatively fuel efficient and easier to maneuver and park than passenger vehicles. Unfortunately, safety is not one of the advantages of using a motorcycle. In fact, because these vehicles are less stable, less visible, and lack the protections of an enclosed… Read More »

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Proving Lost Wages After a Car Accident

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Being involved in a car crash can have more than just physical repercussions. Besides having to deal with the pain and psychological aspects of being involved in a collision, accident victims may also struggle financially, not only with medical bills, but with staying on top of rent, utility bills, and other expenses while they… Read More »

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Could a Pre-Existing Injury Affect My Personal Injury Claim?

By Anderson & Anderson |

There are thousands of people who go about their day-to-lives, while also dealing with some sort of chronic medical condition or injury. Many of those conditions or injuries leave victims suffering on a long-term basis. Unfortunately, these kinds of pre-existing injuries, besides the long-term repercussions on a person’s life, can complicate any subsequent legal… Read More »

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Tips for Recognizing a Drunk Driver

By Anderson & Anderson |

Although driving under the influence is illegal in Florida, as it is elsewhere in the U.S., an alarming number of intoxicated drivers continue to get behind the wheel. This is extremely dangerous for all road users and can have devastating consequences for victims and their families. While there’s no way to guarantee that a… Read More »

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The Difference Between Open and Closed Head Injuries

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There are two main types of traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) that accident victims can sustain: open head injuries and closed head injuries. The differences between the two are important, as they largely dictate the kind of diagnosis and treatment a person receives, as well the potential long-term repercussions of the injury. What is a… Read More »

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Warning Signs that You May Have Suffered a Concussion

By Anderson & Anderson |

Not all injuries manifest immediately upon being involved in an accident. It is not uncommon, for instance, for the adrenaline and shock of an accident to mask symptoms in the immediate aftermath of a car crash. This can result in injured parties thinking that they are unscathed, when in reality, they should be seeking… Read More »

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Who is Liable for Utility Truck Accidents?

By Anderson & Anderson |

It’s not uncommon to see utility trucks around Florida’s roadways, as they are responsible for delivering a wide range of important services, like waste management, fuel delivery, and communications services. Unfortunately, like any other type of vehicle, utility trucks can and are often involved in serious accidents. If you or a loved one find… Read More »

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Did Your Accident Cause an Intracranial Hemorrhage?

By Anderson & Anderson |

All head trauma should be taken seriously, as it can have significant and long-term repercussions for accident victims. Like all injuries, however, head injuries range in severity. Of the more serious traumatic brain injuries, bleeding in the brain is one of the most devastating, as it can cause a buildup of pressure and oxygen… Read More »

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Avoid Making These Mistakes When Pursuing a Personal Injury Claim

By Anderson & Anderson |

If you were injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation for your related losses. Unfortunately, insurance companies, even when their policyholders are clearly at fault, are often unwilling to offer the full value of a claim, in which case, an injured party may need to… Read More »

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Road Safety Tips for the New Year

By Anderson & Anderson |

Even a car accident that qualifies as relatively minor can have significant consequences, causing physical injuries and a lot of property damage, which is why it’s so important for drivers to focus on road safety. We’ve included a few tips below that can help you avoid a Florida car accident in 2024. Observe Traffic… Read More »

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