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Should Florida Legalize Lane Splitting?

Yes, but I’ll let you decide! Lane splitting is illegal in almost every state in the United States despite continuing efforts to reform current traffic laws.  California recently legalized lane splitting after realizing that many of the benefits enjoyed by both...

8 Reasons Why Teens Get into So Many Accidents 

Teen drivers often lack the experience necessary to operate safely on our busy streets and highways.  What’s worse is that many of these inexperienced drivers regularly use their cell phones and multitask while driving. There are nine major factors that contribute to...

The Statute of Limitations on Car Accident Injuries in Florida

After a car accident, it is important to take the time you need to recover from your injuries and explore your options for what to do next.  It is important to take the time to consider how you will pay for your medical expenses and how you will continue to support...

What Are the Most Common Injuries on Cruise Ships in Miami?

Cruise ship injuries can occur in serious accidents like onboard fires or marine accidents, but the vast majority of injuries on cruise ships involve much less catastrophic injuries.  In fact, many cruise ship injuries are similar to other injuries you would receive...

What is a Non-Traumatic Brain Injury (nTBI)?

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are caused by something outside of the body impacting the head such a sudden blow, bump, or other forceful trauma that inhibits the normal functioning of the brain. Non-traumatic brain injuries are not caused by any sort of external...

How to Sue for Whiplash from a Car Accident in Miami

Whiplash is a common car accident injury.  In many cases, people may think of whiplash injuries as a relatively minor problem, but anyone suffering from whiplash knows that the pain and discomfort from whiplash can be a real burden.  If you suffered a whiplash injury...

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