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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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Walking at Night is Not Against the Law

By Payer Law Group |

If you were hit by a car while walking at night, you need to talk to an attorney immediately. Do not let the other party or the police tell you that you were at fault because you were wearing dark clothing or were crossing the street at an unlit or dimly lit intersection. Pedestrians… Read More »

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Hit By a Student Driver?

By Payer Law Group |

Everyone has to learn at some point (though it seems that many drivers never truly do). It is just unfortunate that you had to be the unlucky person that a new driver crashed into. However, simply because you were the victim in a student driver collision does not mean that the other driver will… Read More »

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Driveway Collisions

By Payer Law Group |

The last place you thought you would be involved in a traffic collision is in your or another person’s driveway. Yet, this happens more often than you think. Driveway collisions may be slow-speed crashes, but they can still cause serious injuries, and even death when the victim is a pedestrian, cyclist, or child. Tragically,… Read More »

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Motorcycle Crashes: The Myth of the “Blind Spot”

By Payer Law Group |

It is no secret that riding a motorcycle is more dangerous than driving a car. In fact, motorcyclists are 27 times more likely to die per mile ridden than passenger car occupants, according to the Insurance Information Institute. While even the smallest cars and pickups have roll cages, seat belts, and protection in the… Read More »

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Workers’ Compensation and Pre-Existing Conditions

By Payer Law Group |

One of the most common reasons for an employer to deny a workers’ compensation claim is because of a pre-existing condition, or the employer’s claim that the pre-existing condition is the cause of the pain or injury. Because it is difficult to pinpoint the cause of an injury when there may be an underlying… Read More »

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Orlando Undocumented Workers’ Compensation Attorney

By Payer Law Group |

America has turned its back on what makes this country great—immigrants. Immigrants, whether they are naturalized citizens or undocumented, should be awarded the basic human rights to come to this country, work, seek education, and live in peace with their families. Undocumented immigrants who have fled violence, poverty, and the crisis of climate change… Read More »

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The Cost of a Traumatic Brain Injury

By Payer Law Group |

The brain is the most delicate organ in the body, and the most important when it comes to maintaining full function. Despite being encased in skull and cerebral fluid, the brain is extremely vulnerable in almost any personal injury accident. Whether someone is a  victim of a car crash, workplace accident, motorcycle crash, or… Read More »

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Can I Sue the City for Sidewalk Defects?

By Payer Law Group |

Pedestrians are faced with so many problems in the form of inconveniences and dangers that it is hard to keep track of. Intersections, driveways, and side streets where traffic intersects sidewalks or where sidewalks disappear are major hazards. Pedestrians are forced to choose between jaywalking and walking long distances to get to crosswalks, and… Read More »

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