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Common Moped and Motorcycle Collision Injuries

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Being the victim of any traffic collision is a traumatic experience that can result in substantial physical injuries. However, victims of motorcycle and moped collisions often suffer the worst possible types of injuries due to having little to no protection from the ground, the other vehicle that strikes them, and stationary objects and other… Read More »

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Slip and Fall on the Job—Who is at Fault?

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While certain occupations carry a much higher degree of risk than others—roofing, fishing, logging, law enforcement, and working in a warehouse or a meat packing facility are some of the more dangerous, for example—everyone is at risk of a slip and fall on the job. A fall can be to the same level or… Read More »

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Using Traffic Cameras in Your Personal Injury Case

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There are around 70 million surveillance cameras in the United States—about one for every 4.6 American citizens, slightly more cameras per citizen than China according to CBS News. While there are certainly many downsides to what some are referring to as a police state or “Big Brother,” sometimes these and other video sources can… Read More »

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Why Medical Evidence is Important in Your Personal Injury Case

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If you were injured in a traffic collision, you likely have many questions regarding compensation. An attorney is essential in being fairly compensated for your pain and suffering, medical expenses, lost income, and other damages, and can help you understand what negotiations with the other party, and the next few months or years will… Read More »

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Hit By an Amazon Van

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Chances are, you have seen the blue armada of “Prime” vans circulating throughout Orlando and the surrounding area. These Amazon vans have seemingly replaced FedEx, UPS, and the USPS in a matter of months. These Amazon vans also park in the middle of the street, clog bike lanes, speed in residential neighborhoods, roll through… Read More »

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Pedestrian Hit by E-Scooter Lawyer

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E-scooters—or electric scooters—have taken Orlando, like many U.S. cities, by storm. Orlando recently limited each electric scooter company, such as Lime, to 1,800 scooters per company and no more than 400 per fleet, according to Orlando Weekly. The city has also placed restrictions on speed (the top legal speed cannot exceed 10 miles per… Read More »

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Four Common Truck Accident Injuries

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Over 4,000 people die in large truck crashes each year, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, with non-truck-occupants being the predominant victims. In only 16 percent of fatal large truck collisions is the truck driver—or other truck occupants—killed. Because of the vast size difference between an 18-wheeler and a passenger vehicle—not to… Read More »

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How is Pain And Suffering Calculated?

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After a few weeks have passed since the date of the injury and the patient—or their loved ones—have had a chance to take a breath and begin thinking about the future, one common thought tends to come to mind: how will all of this be paid for? The answer to that, if the injured… Read More »

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