Personal Injury Blog Posts

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Suing a nursing home for negligence

Watching a family member grow older can be an overwhelming experience for many people especially when nursing homes fail to provide the necessary care your loved ones need. Even when you choose a...

Distracted walking linked to deadly accidents

An average of 1000 emergency room visits in the US every year is related to talking and texting on the cellphone. Surprised? We all need our cellphones to stay in touch, work, and the list...

Psychological Trauma after a Motorcycle Accident

While riding a motorcycle can be a fantastic experience, according to statistics, it is one of the most dangerous ways of getting around. If you have been involved in a Miami motorcycle accident...

The importance of seeing a doctor after an accident

For those who have been in an accident, you remember how difficult it was to figure out what to do next. Many car accident victims report memory blanks, flashbacks and a distortion of the event after the crash. Your brain was basically working on...

Stressed at work? You might have a claim

Cases involving mental and emotional injuries may also qualify for compensation under some circumstances. We are going to take a closer look atwork-related stress injuries and explore some of your legal options....

What happens when you get in an Uber crash?

For only $0.10 per minute and $0.81 per mile, you can click away your destination on the Uber app. It doesn’t sound like such a bad deal. But many people don’t know that Uber’s insurance policies and laws are a bit up in the air. Since the company is...

Florida’s texting while driving law may take effect soon

While texting and driving are not illegal in the state of Florida, and the police cannot pull a driver for doing so, it seems this law may be changing soon. A bill was recently introduced to the House of Representatives in an attempt to make texting and driving a primary offense. If the law passes...

Why the state doesn’t release records on FIU bridge collapse

It’s been a while since the FIU bridge collapse, but its ghosts are still haunting South Florida. Who is truly responsible for this disaster? Why is the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) trying to block the release of the records that ...