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5 things not to do after a car accident

Being involved in a car accident can be enormously stressful. You might be injured and in pain, and your vehicle might be destroyed. Your adrenaline has probably kicked in and everything seems to be moving fast and slow, all at the same time. It’s certainly an...

What is going on with PIP in Florida?

There are many people in Florida who drive their own vehicles. There are many rules that drivers must follow. Many of these rules involve the actual driving of the vehicle such as speed limits, stop signs, signaling turns and other aspects of driving the car. There...

Does Red Tide Mean Fewer Cars On The Road?

In recent weeks, the scourge of Red Tide has rocked many parts of the coasts of Florida, including St. Petersburg. This toxic algae is harmful both to humans and sea life, and is filling the air of parts of the city with an unbearable stench. But is there a silver...

Personal Injury Claims Process in Florida

According to statistics by the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), in 2018, there were approximately 403,626 traffic crashes statewide. Being involved in a car accident can be an emotional and devastating experience. If you or a loved one were injured...

Florida Personal Injury Law: The Basics

Approximately 50,000 personal injury civil lawsuits are filed in Florida each year in areas including medical malpractice, product liability, premises liability, automobile negligence, and nursing home abuse and neglect. That adds up to a lot of injured people.

What Not to Say to an Insurance Adjuster

The U.S. Department of Transportation estimates the annual economic cost of motor vehicle accidents to be $242 billion. When you are injured in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may be eligible to recover damages for your injuries.

Florida Motorcycle Lighting Laws

According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, in 2016, there were 10,331 motorcycle accidents across the state, leading to 8,256 injuries and 515 fatalities. Motorcyclists are more prone to physical injuries than car drivers.