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Keeping Kids Safe In An Accident: Florida’s Car Seat Laws

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

In Florida in recent years, there has been a disturbing increase in child injuries and fatalities resulting from car accidents. Across all 67 of the state's counties, crashes went from 56,084 (in 2013) to 66,091 (in 2015); injuries from 22,578 (in 2013) to 25,992 (in 2015); fatalities from 120 (in 2013) to 149 (in 2015).Read blog

How a Dash Cam Can Help Your Auto Injury Case

Monday, August 28, 2017

For some Fort Lauderdale drivers, the idea of investing in a dashboard camera for their car is one that likely has never come to mind. Although installing a dash cam may seem like overkill to some, our car accident lawyers would like to point out that they can offer a multitude of benefits when itRead blog

How Social Networking Can Hurt Your Injury Case

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

For most Broward County accident victims, social media is the least of their concerns. Paying medical bills, making ends meet despite taking time off work, and healing physically and emotionally are much more immediate needs. Because these needs often lead accident victims to file personal injury lawsuits, accident victims should consider keeping close tabs onRead blog

Consultation with an Injury Lawyer: What to Expect

Monday, May 15, 2017

Broward County accident victims sometimes are hesitant to call a personal injury attorney because they simply do not know what to expect. Moreover, some people may feel intimidated by the notion of being asked questions they may not be able to answer. The following guide will help Florida accident victims prepare for their initial consultationRead blog

Should I Submit to an MRI if Injured in a Car Accident?

Monday, May 1, 2017

When a car accident happens in Hollywood or Ft Lauderdale, the parties involved should immediately take steps to determine the extent of physical injury. When seeking medical evaluation, a physician may recommend diagnostic tests, including Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRIs). MRIs are used to diagnose orthopedic, cardiac and neurological conditions. This type of imaging is particularlyRead blog

How Does Contingency Work in an Injury Case?

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Although Ft Lauderdale personal injury attorneys often require a cost deposit or retainer before agreeing to take on a case, there is a contingency process often utilized for such cases in Broward County, Florida. Key Terms Arbitrators: A panel of people or groups on both the defense and prosecuting side that present their opinions andRead blog