Most people are aware that if they’ve been injured in a car accident, they can make a claim on the other driver’s insurance company. This applies whether the driver is the owner of the vehicle or not. However, client-to-client car companies, like Turo, have become more ubiquitous in South Florida, and a relatively new law has made it more difficult to pursue the maximum amount of damages allowed under the law.
Personal injury cases may require the victim to attend a number of tests including a Compulsory Medical Exam (CME) that’s typically requested by the defendant or defense attorney. The purpose of a CME is to verify the plaintiff’s injuries and is requested in situations where the defense has doubts whether the injuries sustained by the …
When in an accident and injured, a person may not know it at the time. For example, half of all car accident injuries are found later when they have time to set in. The most common examples include whiplash and back pain.
After a car accident, you should always see a doctor as soon as possible, even if you do not believe you are injured. Symptoms of some serious car accident-related injuries may appear or may be noticed days or even weeks after the date of the accident. Seeking professional medical care as soon as possible can …
Awareness is key. We aim to inform you what the most common car accident causes are in Florida in hopes that knowing can help you avoid a car accident in the Future.
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If you believe you were a victim of medical malpractice, you have options. Medical malpractice is an under-recognized cause of death, when in fact, studies suggest medical malpractice may be the cause of up to 10% of all deaths in America.