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Scheduling A Check-Up For Your Vehicle After A Crash

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Most car accident victims are encouraged to see a doctor after their crashes, to ensure that they weren’t injured in the collision. This is an important step, as some symptoms are masked by adrenaline following a crash and an accident victim could end up only experiencing them a few days or even more than… Read More »

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Florida PIP Coverage Explained

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When someone is involved in a car accident in Florida, one of the first questions that he or she will ask is who will be responsible for covering the damages. While some states allow accident victims to file claims directly against those responsible for causing a crash, Florida continues to adhere to a no-fault… Read More »

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Facial Injuries Are Common In Car Accidents

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The force of impact in a car accident can cause serious damage to a wide range of body parts. Among the most life-altering, however, are injuries to the head and face. These injuries occur much more often than most people realize. Some studies, for instance, have shown that facial trauma is the single most… Read More »

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Work Zone Car Accidents In Tampa

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Many of us roll our eyes when we encounter a work zone while driving, anticipating long lines of traffic and delays. Work zones, however, like road work sites, construction job sites, and other temporary project areas, can also be hazardous for drivers and workers alike. Fortunately, accident victims who are injured in work zone… Read More »

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The Consequences Of Running A Red Light

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It is sometimes difficult to determine who was at fault for a car accident. In fact, in many cases, fault cannot be attributed to one party, but to multiple individuals or entities. In some situations, however, fault can clearly be assigned to one individual. This is often the case with red light accidents, where… Read More »

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What Factors Could Affect My Florida Car Accident Settlement?

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Being involved in a car crash can be both frightening and frustrating, especially for those who suffer serious injuries and are unsure how they will recover compensation. There are actually a couple of ways to go about collecting damages after an accident, one of which is to reach a settlement agreement with the at-fault… Read More »

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Answers To Common Questions About Hit And Run Accidents

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All car accidents are potentially dangerous for the parties involved. Certain kinds of crashes, including hit and run accidents, however, take a uniquely heavy toll on their victims. In addition to the injuries that can be sustained in these types of accidents, hit and run crashes also leave victims uncertain about who is to… Read More »

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How Do Insurance Companies Decide Who Was At Fault For A Car Accident?

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Many car accident victims find that dealing with their insurance company afterwards is the biggest challenge to the recovery process. One phase that often bogs down the compensation process is determining who bears liability for the crash. While all insurers have a unique process for attempting to determine fault, they all have a similar… Read More »

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The Most Common Types Of Car Accidents In Florida

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There are a wide range of car accidents in which Florida motorists can be involved, but there are a few that are more common than others. We’ve included a breakdown of the most common car accidents in Florida to help mitigate your risk of being involved in these types of collisions. Rear-End Accidents Rear-end… Read More »

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The Importance Of Reporting Your Car Accident

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Contacting law enforcement after a crash is almost always a good idea. In fact, Florida law actually requires drivers to report car accidents to the police in certain cases, namely when the collision resulted in an injury, property damage of more than $500, or a death. Taking this step is a good way to… Read More »

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