4 Dec

Bicycle Safety

Nearly 55 million Americans enjoyed a recreational bicycle ride in 2022. Recreational biking is one of the greatest forms of physical exercise a person can participate in, as it engages multiple muscle groups, improves cardiovascular health, and contributes to overall fitness. Many […]

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25 Nov

Don’t Miss Your Chance: Understanding How The Statute Of Limitations Works For Injury Law In Florida!

If you were injured in an accident – a car accident, a motorcycle accident, a bad fall, or something else – that wasn’t your fault, you have a legal right to seek compensation for the costs of your medical treatment, lost wages, […]

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10 Nov

older drivers

Florida is a retirement destination for seniors all across the world; it’s only second to California when it comes to states with the highest population of people aged 65 or older. Some seniors have made Florida their permanent home; some are “snowbirds” […]

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10 Nov

Dos And Don’ts For Pedestrians Who Were Hit By A Vehicle

Dos And Don’ts For Pedestrians Who Were Hit By A Vehicle If you were a pedestrian who was hit by a vehicle while walking or running along the road, you are likely grappling with a myriad of physical, emotional, and financial struggles. […]

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25 Oct

negotiating a settlement

If you have been seriously hurt in an accident – a car accident, or a bad fall, or something else – that was someone else’s fault and not your own, you have the legal right to seek monetary compensation from the other […]

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23 Oct

PIP coverage in Florida

Florida is one of 12 states that operates under a “no fault” auto insurance policy, so every driver is legally required to purchase PIP – personal injury protection – coverage. However, just because you have PIP doesn’t mean that the cost of […]

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15 Oct

document evidence after a crash

Getting into a car accident (or a motorcycle accident, or a truck accident, or a bicycle accident, or any type of vehicular crash) can be a traumatic and shocking experience. Even if the accident was “minor”, it may really startle and upset […]

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10 Oct

daylight savings time ending

Yes, Daylight Savings Time ends on November 5th this year, and yes, Floridians unfortunately still have to deal with the whole “moving the clocks back by one hour” thing. It’s a hassle made even more annoying by the fact that our smart […]

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29 Sep

Falling Leaves and Slippery Sidewalks: How to Prevent Fall-Related Injuries This Autumn

As we transition from the summer heat to a gentle fall, we find ourselves surrounded by subtle changes. While we don’t get to admire the changing of the leaves and significant shifts in temperature like our neighboring states, we still welcome the […]

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22 Sep

Back to School Safety Tips: Preventing Personal Injuries on Campus

Personal injuries can be devastating and have lasting effects on your physical, mental, and financial well-being. You may only think of personal injuries occurring in vehicle-related accidents, but they can happen anywhere at any time, including school. As we’re a month into […]

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