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Court Discusses Florida Accident Report Privilege

When a car accident occurs in South Florida, in most cases the police will investigate the accident and issue a report regarding their findings. The police will typically take statements from the parties involved in the accident and include those statements in the report. In many cases, the statements provide the truest and most accurate account of the accident from the standpoint of the parties involved. ...

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5 Signs You Have a Strong Personal Injury Claim

It’s not always immediately apparent that an accident victim has grounds for a personal injury claim. Even if your case does have merit, there may...

Finding a Car Accident Lawyer in Stuart

A serious car accident can result in catastrophic injuries that cost a veritable fortune to treat. There may also be miscellaneous expenses to...

When Are Punitive Damages Awarded in Florida Car Accident Cases?

If you were seriously injured in a car accident that someone else caused, you may be entitled to compensatory damages such as medical bills, lost...

5 Signs You Have a Strong Truck Accident Claim

If you were hurt in a large truck crash, you may be wondering whether to take legal action. As long as your health insurer is covering your medical...

3 Facts to Know After an Uber or Lyft Accident Involving Brain Injury

Adjusting to life with a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an uphill battle. If your TBI was the result of an Uber or Lyft accident, the claims process...

11 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Building a Car Accident Claim

Your statements and actions after an auto accident will play an integral role in determining the outcome of your claim. What you do and say while at...

8 Reasons to Call a Car Accident Attorney

Should I hire an attorney? This is one of the most common questions people ask after being involved in a car accident. The answer is fairly simple; if...

Who Might Be Liable for My Car Accident Injuries?

Because Florida is a no-fault state, it isn’t always necessary to prove that another party was liable for a car accident in order to recover...

3 FAQs About Uber & Lyft Accident Spinal Injury Claims

As more people have turned to ridesharing apps for convenient and affordable transportation, more collisions have been reported involving Uber and...