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More Delivery Truck Deaths May Be Caused by Drivers Racing the Clock

Deaths from delivery truck crashes have reached their highest level in three decades, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In a nationwide survey, truck accidents of all types have been steadily increasing; however, crashes involving delivery trucks have noticeably skyrocketed. The reason? There’s a massive surge in deliveries to residential neighborhoods, one […]

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Uninsured/ Underinsured motorist insurance…here’s a scary truth for you: 1 out of every 8 drivers has no insurance.

Have you ever been in an accident? Remember that gut wrenching feeling? Now, imagine the same gut-wrenching feeling multiplied when you discover the person who just totaled your car didn’t have insurance. So, what happens if you are hit by a driver without insurance? If your insurance does not cover this instance, all of your […]

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State Road 60 is an accident magnet. Important information for anyone who drives this dangerous highway.

Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere in Indian River County, but there are certain roads that are considered “accident magnets” because of the high frequency of car accidents that occur there. In Indian River County, this road is State Road 60 (SR-60). A 160-mile long trans-peninsular route that connects Clearwater to the west with Vero […]

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I got hurt in a golf cart, should I call an attorney?

Golf carts are more common now on Treasure Coast roadways, and so are accidents and injuries. Throughout the Treasure Coast, people are driving golf carts off the green and along public roads. Golf carts are a cheap, more energy-efficient method for cruising around town. And in South Florida, where there’s beautiful weather year-round and miles […]

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Scooter accidents on the rise across South Florida

Electric scooters have taken the country by storm. In the last six months, scooters primarily from three startups—Bird, LimeBike, and Spin—have flooded the streets of South Florida. The idea behind the scooters is simple: the internet-connected, GPS-enabled scooters are managed through smartphone apps that show nearby available scooters, from which you can select one, scan […]

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Five Social Media Tips to Protect Your Personal Injury Claim

Our online presence is public, and the things we put online can never really be removed. No one wants private photos or information made public. However, even seemingly innocent information can cause big trouble if you’re involved in a personal injury lawsuit. Stop posting. Don’t put up fun pictures with your friends and family. Don’t […]

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Hosting a Holiday Party? Review These Premise Liability Laws Before You Do

The holiday season is in full effect, and it’s the perfect time to host friends and family for parties and gatherings. But remember, whenever you choose to host an event, safety should be your top concern. Business owners, building owners, landlords, homeowners, and even tenants, have an obligation to make sure their premises are reasonably […]

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Hit-and-run accidents on the rise, which increases the importance of having UM insurance.

A hit-and-run accident can have devastating consequences not only to the victim, but to the members of the victim’s family. Recently, an English professor and past-teacher at Storm Grove Middle School in Indian River County and Southern Oaks Middle School in Port St. Lucie was killed by a hit-and-run driver while she was out training […]

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COMING TO A HEAD: Father sues football helmet makers over son’s CTE-related death

The father of a star high school football player who allegedly died of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE)-related injuries has filed the first lawsuit on behalf of a CTE-afflicted youth player against football helmet manufacturers. This summer, Darren Hamblin filed a suit against Riddell and the owner of Schutt Sports on behalf of his late son, […]

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There’s safety in numbers when it comes to hiring a Board Certified Civil Trial lawyer for your injury case.

There are over 1,000 auto accidents every day in the state of Florida (more than 400,000 per year). And while there are hundreds — possibly thousands — of injury attorneys across this state, less than 1% are actually Board Certified Civil Trial attorneys. Think about that: less than 1%! A Board Certified Civil Trial injury […]

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Paralysis Victims Regain Use of Their Hands After a Non-Surgical Treatment Procedure.

Ability to perform simple tasks returns years after spinal cord injury. Completing simple tasks, like turning a doorknob or opening a water bottle, can make a significant difference in the daily lives of individuals with spinal cord injuries. An exploratory study published in the Journal of Neurotrauma reports a nonsurgical treatment procedure that restored at […]

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Accident involving Uber or Lyft? It’s complicated.

Ride-sharing services are as common today as taxis. If you’re ever in an accident involving Uber or Lyft, it is most likely that you will not be able to sue the ride-sharing company outright. Drivers are technically independent contractors, not employees, meaning the company can deny liability for crashes involving their drivers (and have done […]

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