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When someone has been injured in an auto or another type of accident, the amount of information they need to absorb all at once can be overwhelming. From the insurance companies and the paperwork to the medical appointments and diagnoses, it is a lot. Radiculopathy and neuropathy are two medical…

If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, whether it be in a car accident, slip-and-fall, or any other personal injury case, you can pursue compensation from the at-fault party for damages – including pain and suffering. After establishing the liable party, you will then need to prove…

What Causes Florida Pedestrian Accidents? Florida sees some of the most pedestrian accidents in the entire country with hundreds of people ending up harmed by motor vehicle collisions while walking. The injuries suffered because of these collisions inflict severe damages which can place a lot of strain on one’s financial…

Differences Between Motorcycle and Car Accidents When compared to other vehicle accidents, motorcycle accidents are in a different category. Although some similarities to auto accidents exist, motorcycle accidents differ due risks involved with operating a motorcycle, the causes of accidents, injuries sustained, and liability issues. Motorcycles only have two wheels,…

Traumatic Brain Injury Common Risk Factors Your brain is well protected within your skull. For example, fluid surrounds your brain that cushions it from ever making contact with the hard inside of the skull. However, a jarring blow to your body or head can cause your brain to move around,…

Bicycle Accident Risk in Pinellas County A September 2018 report in the Wall Street Journal analyzed the most recent data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and found the Greater Tampa Bay area as the most dangerous place to ride bicycles in the nation, with Pinellas County as…

  How Do Distracted Drivers Cause Car Accidents? In one recent year alone, distracted driving claimed more than 3,000 lives. Not only that, distracted driving substantially increases accident risk: teen drivers, for example, may have eight times more risk of involvement in a crash when distracted, while adult drivers may…