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How Common Are Leg Injuries After Car Accidents in Florida?

When seated in a car, your legs are usually out in front of you. This could potentially mean that your legs are the first things to get hit if the car crashes. Alternatively, if the front of the passenger area is crushed in, your legs could be crushed. While most car...

How to Sue for a Car Accident if There was Bad Weather in Florida

If you were in a car accident because of bad weather, you may still be able to seek compensation for your injuries. Any time another car is involved in a car crash, you may have grounds to file a claim against them if they were at fault for the crash. In some...

How to Sue for a Truck Accident if There Was Bad Weather in Florida

Florida may be called the Sunshine State, but bad weather can still cause problems for traffic and travel. Especially at the beginning of rainfall, roads can become slippery with oil runoff and water. If rain and bad road conditions contributed to an accident, this...

Suing for Wrongful Death After a Truck Accident in Florida

If a loved one dies in an accident, your life can be altered completely. The loss can affect you financially and emotionally, and it can even affect your security and safety. These harms are something Florida law takes into account, and the law allows you to file a...

How to Sue for Arm Injuries After Car Accidents in Florida

If you were injured in a car crash, your first instinct may be to file with your insurance company. In many situations, you may actually have the right to file a lawsuit for injuries, even under Florida’s restrictive no-fault insurance rules. Broken arms and...