Personal Injury Law 101

When you're hurt in an accident, it's important to know what your next steps are and who you might have to call. Different lawyers specialize in different things, as you know. If you find yourself hurt with medical costs or physical trauma, you'll more than...

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Types of Car Accidents

Car accidents are never fun. There's the initial shock of the event, then a period of anger and, if there's major damage or injury incurred, maybe even some mourning. When you call an injury lawyer or describe your accident, you might feel flustered and find...

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Staying Safe as a Pedestrian

When we think about travel safety, we often focus on driving. However, the phrase "I could get hit by a bus" exists for a reason. Walking around town comes with its own risks and safety hazards. When you're walking you're at a unique disadvantage --...

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3 Risky Driving Distractions

Your daily commute can be hectic. For some, this drive doubles as a time to eat a quick breakfast or talk with the kids, among other things. We get so used to driving that it becomes mundane. It's only natural that we forget the fundamentals....

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Rear-End Collision in Rainy Weather

Florida is known for its sunshine. Ironically, it’s also known for its rainy weather. And with spring here and summer aka hurricane season soon to come, rain will be quite common. When the roads are wet, your chance of being involved in an accident increases....

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Tips for Spring break road trips

It's that time of year again when millions of people head off on a vacation over spring break. College students may be heading out for a road trip to warm weather, visit friends, or family. Driving to a destination is one of the most popular...

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Stopping Slip and Fall In Bathrooms

80% percent of senior falls occur in the bathroom. This does not mean that the younger generation is not prone to the risk of slip and falls as well. It is estimated that approximately 235,000 people ages 15 and older make a trip to the...

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Safe Surface Materials For Playgrounds

The number one safety measure for playgrounds is the surface kids play on. No matter how well you supervise children and how well the equipment is designed with safety in mind, occasional falls are inevitable. Playgrounds with asphalt or concrete underneath can lead to serious...

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