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How Can I Avoid Pedestrian Accidents In California?

Posted on : May 25, 2022
Pedestrian accidents are often severe and can lead to serious injuries or death for the pedestrian. With California’s balmy weather, it’s easy and fun to walk where you need to go, putting more pedestrians on the street than in other places in the U.S. Reduce your risk of a pedestrian accident with these helpful tips. […]

How Can I Prevent Summer Car Crashes?

Posted on : April 15, 2022
Ocala Car Accidents
Summer is a great time of year to roll the windows down and turn up the music in your car on a drive to nowhere, USA. But this beloved American pastime is inherently dangerous with the increasing number of car accidents taking place on Florida’s roads. Here are some tips to prevent summer car crashes […]

Can I File an Accident Claim If the At-Fault Party Died?

Posted on : March 22, 2022
Florida Insurance Claims Lawyer
If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident where the person who caused the crash passed away, you may wonder if you can still file an insurance claim or lawsuit against them for damages you also incurred as a result of the incident. Here’s what to know and how a Florida personal injury attorney […]

Back and Neck Injuries

Posted on : February 28, 2022
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Did You Suffer a Neck or Back Injury In a Car Accident?    Neck and back injuries are common in motor vehicle collisions, but they may be difficult to diagnose. Here’s how to determine if you may have had an injury to your neck or back in a car accident and how to get medical […]

How Does An Unsecured Load Cause A Truck Accident?

Posted on : January 27, 2022
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Why An Unsecured Load Can Quickly Cause Catastrophe? Cargo trucks or commercial 18-wheelers with unsecured loads can quickly cause a catastrophe for everyone who shares the road. One minor collision could cause a truck trailer to become loose and roll into the road or crash into another vehicle driving in the proximity of the truck. […]