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Family Sues School After Teen Suffers Horseplay Injury

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A South Florida teen suffered a spinal injury at school while horsing around. Now, his parents think that the school should be held liable for the injury. The teen, who suffered severe damage to his spine, now has a limited range of motion. It is unclear whether or not he will ever regain his… Read More »

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Couple Sues Boat Driver After Major Accident

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Lauren and Jarret Silagyi were severely injured when their boat hit a jetty. Lauren was later recovered on some jagged rocks. She has since undergone two brain surgeries, but her attorney and husband say that she will never be the same. A lawsuit was filed against the boat operator, Daniel Towriss. Towriss is the… Read More »

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Why Speeding is Dangerous

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According to a recent article published by the Associated Press, Florida officials have stated that a speeding car crashed recently into a local fire station. Unfortunately, the speeding driver became critically injured when he crashed his car in the Tampa Bay area incident. The Florida Highway Patrol report apparently states that the 41-year-old driver… Read More »

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This is Why You Should Be Careful With the Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident

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You weren’t expecting it but it suddenly happened – you were involved in a car accident that left you injured. Like most other people, you couldn’t have predicted or anticipated being in a car accident and yet, hundreds of thousands of people unfortunately find themselves in a similar situation with being involved in car… Read More »

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Drugged Driving is a Major Issue

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WFLA-News recently reported that a Pinellas Park woman is accused of hitting and killing a man on a scooter on a recent weekday afternoon while under the influence of drugs. The 28-year-old drugged driver was reportedly traveling south in a Ford Explorer and ran a red light on 54th Avenue before hitting the scooter… Read More »

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Preserving Your Rights After a Pedestrian Accident

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As recently reported by Local 10 News, two women were jogging in Miami Shores before sunrise when they were struck by a vehicle on a recent weekday morning. The pair of pedestrians were out around 6:40 a.m. when they were hit by a 27-year-old man who was driving southbound in a 2015 BMW 328i… Read More »

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Why Wrong-Way Collisions Happen

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According to ABC 7 News, a Cape Coral woman was killed on a recent Friday night after she was hit by a wrong-way driver in a head-on collision. The 21-year-old was driving south in the southbound lanes of US-41 when a 50-year-old Port Charlotte wrong-way driver began driving his pick-up truck north in the… Read More »

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Tips for Preparing for Your Personal Injury Action

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Almost 40 million Americans visit non-emergency medical facilities for unintentional injuries on an annual basis. And while accidents can occur for many reasons, far too many people find themselves having to pursue treatment every year simply because someone else engages in behavior that is reckless or negligent. This carelessness can lead to an injured… Read More »

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Children and Car Accidents

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Here in the Sunshine State, car accidents are a major cause of injury and death every year. And while any car accident scenario can be devastating, one of the most terrifying prospects is when a child is involved in the collision. Unfortunately, this scenario recently became very real as reported by a local news… Read More »

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Understanding Car Accidents in the Context of COVID-19

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As we all know at this point, Florida began experiencing a surge of COVID-19 cases seemingly as soon as the state emerged from its coronavirus shutdown. Many aspects of life had already slowed down for Floridians earlier this year and this resurgence of the virus has forced many of us to reduce or cease… Read More »

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