How Witnesses Help my Personal Injury Claim Posted on Apr 20, 2018

Accidents that result in injury can be difficult to reconstruct when authorities are conducting an investigation. But, there are very few articles of evidence regarding an accident that are more important than having creditable witnesses who can give a detailed description of what transpired. Many time those who are injury victims do not realize what […]

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Semi-Truck Accidents Posted on Apr 13, 2018

Semi-Truck Accident Statistics Semi-trucks make up about 13 percent of the trucks on the road today. Ninety-eight percent of semi-truck accidents result in one or more deaths. Semi-truck accidents cause $20 billion in damage per year. One semi-truck accident costs an average of $60,000. Why Semi-Truck Accidents are so Dangerous The person who is in […]

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Tire Blowout Accident Injuries – How a Personal Injury Attorney Can Help Posted on Mar 21, 2018

Most people don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the tires that are on their cars. People usually assume that the tires that they buy will provide many miles of safe traveling. Unfortunately, however, sometimes even brand new tires will blowout and cause accidents. It is a sad fact that every year thousands of […]

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What if my Injuries and Recovery Exceed my Florida PIP Coverage? Posted on Mar 14, 2018

States like Florida that use no fault insurance law often present a dilemma for injured accident victims when it is time to collect financial compensation for damages. Florida state law requires all drivers to carry no fault personal injury protection on themselves that is applied initially in the event of an accident that results in […]

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The Most Dangerous Intersection in West Palm Beach Posted on Jan 24, 2018

West Palm Beach has numerous major roads running through it, and several dangerous intersections. The most dangerous intersection in West Palm Beach is Okeechobee Boulevard and State Road 7. With numerous parking lot entrances just a few hundred feet from the intersection, and multiple lanes on all sides, there’s a lot going on. Why an […]

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Child Injured in a School Bus Crash? What Compensation are you entitled to? Posted on Jan 17, 2018

Like any student on a school bus, if your child is properly seated and involved in an accident, and he or she is injured, liability should attach. The remaining issue is compensation for damages. Compensable Damages Damages in a personal injury case can be wide ranging. To be compensable, they must be proximately caused by […]

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Distracted Driving-The Dangers It Causes Posted on Jan 10, 2018

Distracted driving is risky. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a distracted driver causes 10 percent of fatal car accidents. Distracted driving causes Eighteen percent of car crash injuries. Many people believe that they can multitask while they drive. However, being distracted for just two seconds can double your risk of getting into […]

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West Palm Beach Pedestrian Safety Tips Posted on Jan 03, 2018

A pedestrian is injured in an accident every eight minutes. Every two hours, a pedestrian is killed. Being a pedestrian can be dangerous. However, there are some things that you can do in order to keep yourself safe. Make Eye Contact With The Driver Many pedestrians assume that a driver will just stop when they […]

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Safety Tips for Holiday Travels on the Road Posted on Dec 27, 2017

Safety Tips For Holiday Travels Hitting the road during the holidays can be dangerous. There are more cars on the road during this time, so the chances of an accident are much higher. Fortunately, there are several things that you can do to keep yourself safe while you are traveling. Ensure That Your Vehicle is […]

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Bicycle Safety in West Palm Beach Posted on Nov 23, 2017

As a bicyclist, you have as many rules of the road and laws to follow as motorists. In cities that are as busy as West Palm Beach, it’s imperative that you do everything by the book to avoid accidents and injury. Even then, you can only account for your own actions, not those of other […]

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