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Severe Florida Car Accident Injuries As personal injury attorneys, we see a lot of car accident cases. After all, almost everyone—especially in a place like Florida—drives every day. And although we do it so often that it becomes routine, it is still a very dangerous activity. If you think about…

Florida Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery Everybody knows that the brain is an integral part of the human body. It is the control center for everything that a person does and can do, from critical functions like breathing, pumping the heart, and moving to thinking, emotions, and decision-making. If it happens…

Symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury Damage Brain injuries are among the most serious injuries that an individual can experience, often leading to death and disability. Each year, around 1.5 million people in the United States sustain a traumatic brain injury. Of those, around 50,000 will die. Another 80,000 or more will…

Florida Concussion Injuries When a concussion occurs, it’s typically because someone’s head has sustained a blunt impact or a velocity that causes the head to jerk back and forth; that movement has caused the person’s brain to move in their skull, often resulting in a concussion. When sudden, forceful movements…

Recovering Compensation For Skylight Fall Injuries Fall injuries are very common in terms of personal injury. People every day manage to lose their balance or trip only to fall down. In most cases, this only leaves someone with mild injuries such as some bruises or small lacerations that can heal…

Liable Parties Responsible for Skylight Fall Injuries Rooftop workers either in construction or maintenance are at a high risk of suffering fall injuries via falling through skylights. These architectural features provide natural light to rooms but they also provide a fall hazard for people navigating rooftops. Skylights can be found…

Spinal Cord Injury Facts Spinal cord injuries are one of the most dangerous types of injury that an accident victim can experience. One of the reasons that spinal cord injuries are so debilitating is because the spinal column houses the nerve pathways that facilitate communication with the brain. Consequently, a…