4 Things You Didn’t Know about Highway Construction Accidents
4 Things You Didn’t Know about Highway Construction Accidents
Nowadays, road construction and construction projects of some sort are a common sight across the United States. And sadly, sometimes things go wrong. Either bad signage, debris from the construction site, or driver distraction caused by the construction itself, can lead to serious highway construction accidents with possible injuries and fatalities not only for the… Read More
The dangers of cell phone use while driving
The dangers of cell phone use while driving
Preface Cell phone distraction rates are at an all-time high. Despite the media attention and all the expensive campaigns aimed at lowering the incidents, the statistics are staggering. In this article we will further examine the mere facts behind this behavior - the statistics, what the law says, how to limit the risks and what… Read More
Quick guide to Slip and fall law
Quick guide to Slip and fall law
Slip and fall lawsuits Slip and fall accidents can occur on various settings - outdoors on indoors, on public or on private property. In many situations it is the property owner's responsibility to ensure that the conditions are hazard-safe. And despite the multitude of accidents occurring due to a responsible party's negligence, only few people… Read More
Getting the most from Hurricane and Wind Damage Claims
Getting the most from Hurricane and Wind Damage Claims
Hurricane insurance In areas where hurricane damage is common, there is no specific "hurricane insurance" available - since storm damage is covered by your standard homeowner's insurance policy. However not all damage is covered by it, and most people do not know how to get the full amount they deserve ' leading to a big… Read More
Information about Car Accidents you need to be aware of
Information about Car Accidents you need  to be aware of
Preface Auto accidents are a plague to the modern world. More than 30,000 casualties due to car crashes are documented every year, and in addition more than 2 million people get seriously injured. Keep in mind that this is just in the US. In this article we will aim to educate you on the common… Read More
Who Can Sue for Wrongful Death in Florida?

If you have lost someone you love to an accident, it may be possible to get compensation. Sudden loss can be very traumatic for family members and, while money can never undo the harm, it can help ease financial burdens. Wrongful death cases in Florida can be the result of several situations, such as: Medical malpractice Car accidents Bicycle accidents… Read More →

Proving Fault in a Slip and Fall Accident

Premises liability comes into play if you have a personal injury case that involves an injury by an unsafe condition on someone else’s property. Slip and fall accidents are the most common type of premises liability cases, and these accidents can happen anywhere, whether it is an uneven city sidewalk, a friend’s home or a wet floor at a store.… Read More →

Staying Safe While Driving in the Rain

Driving in inclement weather has a significant impact on vehicle safety, according to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

What to Do After a Slip and Fall

Slip and fall accidents can occur whether you are in a supermarket, apartment or even in a stairwell that is why it is very important to note the things that you should do when injured. First, you should immediately seek medical attention. It is also advised that you make an incident report and take the names of the manager or… Read More →

Be Cautious of Motorcycles on the Road

Motorcycles are very popular vehicles in Florida because they can be easily driven all year round. Motorcycles are a great way to get around and offer a cost effective mode of transportation. There are also some dangers in riding a motorcycle. According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to… Read More →

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