Florida Car Accident Claims and Pre-Existing Conditions: What You Need to Know

If you are involved in an accident on one of Florida’s roadways, your first concern will likely be your physical pain. However, if you are hurting everywhere, it may be difficult to separate your new injuries from a medical condition you had in the past. Unfortunately, the force and impact of an accident can aggravate a pre-existing injury – even one from years or even decades in the past. Even worse, the aggravation caused may be worse, more painful, and

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New Study Shows Speeding is the Top Cause of Fatal Car Accidents

For several years, experts and researchers have investigated and scrutinized car accident statistics to discover insight about the most prevalent dangers on roads in the U.S., along with when and where they are the highest. Thanks to the work done by these individuals, along with the efforts of safety advocates and awareness campaigns, the majority of drivers in the U.S. are aware that some types of negligence while behind the wheel can increase the risk of an accident, regardless of

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The Dangers of Florida’s Highways and How They Contribute to Florida Car Accidents

There are a large number of car accidents in Florida that take place on highways. The high speeds allowed on the highways combined with driver error and large amounts of traffic can cause dangerous conditions that result in serious accidents. For example, after the Fourth of July weekend in 2017, the Florida Highway Patrol reported that approximately 30 people were killed on Florida highways. There are several accidents that occur on the highways that can be avoided if you take

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Important Information About Head-On Collisions in Florida

In 2017, the state of Florida had over 16.6 million licensed drivers on the roads. There were also an estimated 395,785 accidents, according to information from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV). With so many accidents occurring in the state, it may only be a matter of time before you find yourself in this situation. A common type of accident on Florida’s highways is a head-on collision. With the prevalence of these accidents increasing, it’s now

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Hit from Behind: What to Know About Rear End Car Accidents

Rear-end collisions are considered one of the most common car accidents in the nation today. Unfortunately, driver distractions, such as texts, GPS controls, and phones have caused the number of rear-end accidents to increase significantly. If you have suffered an injury due to this type of accident, it’s important to understand what your legal rights are in the state of Florida.  The No Fault Insurance Law in Florida  Like several other states, in Florida, there’s a no-fault law. Instead of

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Why You Need PIP Coverage in Florida

Personal injury protection insurance is an extension of standard car insurance that goes above and beyond what a standard auto policy covers. PIP insurance covers a range of expenses, including medical bills, lost wages, and funeral expenses that arise after a car accident. What is Personal Injury Protection Insurance? PIP is widely known as no-fault insurance. It allows injured drivers to seek compensation through their own insurance company regardless of who is at fault for an accident. PIP is currently

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What Happens If You Are Injured in an Out of Town Car Accident?

Car accidents are common all over the United States, but especially in tourist destinations. Florida is not just well-known for its sun and sand, but for its heavy traffic which makes car accidents likely. Below is an overview of personal injury law and how it can help you if you are injured in an out of town car accident. If you or someone you care about was injured in an accident, it may be helpful for you to speak with

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