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Florida Car Accidents Caused by Medication Impaired Drivers Prescription medications: for some people, they provide the only means to function on a daily basis. Many people take prescription medications for a variety of reasons: to manage medical conditions, to manage pain, or to prevent unpleasant symptoms. Unfortunately, prescription medications may…

What is a Letter of Protection? If a victim of negligence doesn’t have insurance, how are their medical bills paid while the insurance company contorts itself (and often established medical science) to avoid paying for the damages they rightly owe? Often, those bills are covered by what is known as…

Dealing With Disability Caused by a Spinal Cord Injury Getting injured in an accident is often extremely inconvenient since it can interrupt your life in numerous ways ranging from your career to relationships. Many accident injuries can take this even farther when they cause permanent damage that results in lifelong…

Defining a Product Liability Claim Cornell University Law [1] School defines products liability as follows: “Products liability refers to the liability of any or all parties along the chain of manufacture of any product for damage caused by that product. This includes the manufacturer of component parts (at the top…

Semi-Truck Accidents Involving Pedestrians Accidents involving automobiles and pedestrians almost always result in severe injuries or even death for the pedestrian, which is simply due to the driver of the car having much more protection than the pedestrian. These types of injuries can be even more serious if the vehicle…

Breaking Down a Slip ad Fall Accident If you have been injured in a slip-and-fall-type injury, there are some things that you need to know in order to be compensated for the damages you have suffered. Personal injury and tort law are complicated subjects with a simple goal, make those…