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Determining Who Is Liable In a Rear-end Collision

Rear End Car Collision in Florida & Legal Liability

After a rear-end collision, attention generally turns to the driver who was in the back when it comes to blame. However, assuming that the rear driver is always at fault can result in legal claims filed against the wrong party….


Product Recalls of the Week

Defective Product Recall List

September 1 – 8 Products are often recalled because there was a discovery of safety issues and product defects that might endanger the consumer or put the maker/seller at risk. Once these issues are either discovered by consumers or voluntarily…


Product Recalls of the Week

Product Recalls of the Week

August 24 – August 31 Consumer goods are thought to be thoroughly evaluated and tested to ensure the quality and safety of the product produced. Sometimes companies do not know of a defect until it hits the shelves and an…


Product Liability and General Motors


General Motors will pay a huge fine within the upcoming months because of a deadly defect in their motor vehicles. About 124 deaths are attributed to the faulty ignition switch in GM cars. What’s worse is that the company knew…


Sleep Deprived Truckers – Danger on the Highways

Falling Asleep While Driving Along The Interstate Highway

Interstate truckers are subject to Hours of Service (HOS) limits and are required by Federal Law to keep records of all the time spent on the road, on duty but not driving and the time they are off duty. There…


What Are the Permanent Consequences of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

Stroke  ( Ct Scan Of Brain And Base Of Skull And Stroke )

A traumatic brain injury can cause a wide range of functional short- or long-term changes affecting thinking, sensation, language or emotions. The permanent consequences of having a TBI also range from whether the injury was mild or severe. It is…


How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Florida?

Young couple on a scooter outdoors

Motor scooters have increased in popularity as an economical and casual form of transportation. They are ideal for getting around locally running to the store, riding through a park or taking to school. When getting into fast or heavy traffic…


What Are the Risks of Concussion for My Child?

Upset Young Boy

Children under the age of 15 are at the highest risk of suffering a concussion that any other age group. This is obviously due to the activities that they engage in. Young boys are at a greater risk than young…


How Can You Prove a Driver Was Intoxicated?

Traffic Stop - Sobriety Test

If you are in an accident with a drunk driver, you deserve to receive full compensation for all of your accident-related losses include lost income from missing work, medical costs, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and much more. However, before…


My Child Was Injured in a Florida School Bus Accident – Who Is at Fault?

Elementary school students get on school bus

The National Coalition for School Bus Safety reports that there are 25 million children riding on school buses every single school day. They are primarily riding back and forth to school or involved in extracurricular activities like bands, sports, field…