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How to Bounce Back After a Car Accident

April 18, 2023 Legal Team
Bouncing back after a car accident requires more than bodily healing. Minor physical injuries may completely heal over time with proper medical care. However, emotional and mental wounds also need addressing to avoid long-term accident-related trauma. Healing Physically Healing the physical body is typically the first step in accident care treatment and recovery. Once...
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Laws Every Motorcycle Rider Needs to Know in Florida

April 11, 2023 Legal Team
Motorcycles offer Floridians a fun and cost-effective way to enjoy the state’s many attractions. They can also be a reliable and stylish means of transportation for daily commutes to work or school. However, operating a motorcycle in Florida requires more than holding a state driver’s license. There are specific licensing rules and operating regulations...
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7 Ways New Motorcycle Riders Can Stay Safe in Florida

April 4, 2023 Legal Team
According to Ride Smart Florida, the communication and outreach extension of the Florida Motorcycle Safety Coalition, the number of annual motorcycle fatalities in Florida has more than doubled over the past twenty years. This puts yearly deaths from motorcycle crashes at 550 per year from 2016 to 2021. As of 2021, Florida and California...
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5 of the Most Dangerous Driving Habits and How to Break Them

March 31, 2023 Legal Team
For most Americans, driving is a necessity. It is part of a daily routine and any thoughts during driving are geared towards the destination, not the journey. However, it is time to pay more attention to the journey. Driving is dangerous and is getting more so every year. According to the National Highway Traffic...
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How Comparative Negligence Affects Liability in Florida Car Accidents

March 20, 2023 Legal Team
What is Comparative Negligence? Comparative negligence is a system of sharing fault for an accident. When drivers are involved in a car accident, they may be assigned any percentage of total fault for that accident or a driver may be assigned no fault at all. For example, two parties equally at-fault for an accident...
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