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Blog Posts in December, 2016

  • What are Personal Injury Damages?

    While there are lots of jokes about how litigious American society is, when you are the one that is harmed, it’s no laughing matter. Without the legal system, many injured people would be left holding the bag, suffering both physical and financial damage through no fault of their own. If you have been hurt due to someone else’s actions, you may want to consider filing a lawsuit in order to make ...
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  • There's Nothing Festive About Drinking and Driving

    Andy Williams echoes the feelings of many as he croons, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” And while there are indeed marshmallows for toasting, it’s the “parties for hosting” that you have to be careful of. Many holiday get-togethers involve alcoholic beverages. Students from the University of Miami, Florida International University and other higher ed institutions celebrating the end of ...
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  • Not on Anyone's List: Drunk Driving Accidents Increase During the Holiday Season

    The holidays are upon us. Whether that fills you with glee, dread, or indifference, it doesn't change the fact that the number of drunk driving accidents go up this time of year. Starting on the day before Thanksgiving and ending on New Year's Day, the holiday season sees more drunk drivers than the rest of the year. People are always finding excuses to drink during the holidays. Unfortunately, ...
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  • Personal Watercraft Accidents

    There’s nothing like fun on the water. Boating, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing, paddleboarding, windsurfing – just a few of the many ways South Floridians get out and enjoy the waves. One of the more popular aquatic activities is the use of personal watercraft (PWC), which began as “water scooters” in the 1950s and evolved into stand-up and sit-down varieties. A fast-growing segment of the ...
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  • Vicarious Liability: Parents & Teen Drivers

    If you're the parent of a new teen driver, then you may be understandably filled with mixed emotions. On the one hand, you're proud of your teen for learning how to drive and reaching the milestone of obtaining a driver's license. On the other hand, you may be worried about your teen's safety while they're behind the wheel. Unfortunately, young drivers are responsible for nearly 30% of motor ...
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  • Insurance Claims Process Guide

    If you've been injured in an accident that was caused by another party, then you may find yourself in a very difficult situation. On the one hand, you may be suffering from injuries and loss of income as a result of your accident. On the other hand, you may have medical bills and other expenses piling up that you're not sure how to take care of. Been in a car accident? Report it to your insurance ...
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