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Common Causes of Large Truck Accidents

posted on Friday, September 9th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents

  The increasing volume of truck traffic on the roads and highways of Florida has raised concerns about the safety of these large vehicles. This is especially true in the counties of Flagler and Volusia, through which trucks travel in large numbers as they haul products from South Florida to other areas of the state...

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Who is Liable when Injured at a Store

posted on Monday, August 29th, 2016 and is filed under Personal injury

Liability for injuries in a store When there’s a slip-and-fall or a trip-and-fall in a large store like a supermarket or hardware store, employees of the business get as much information as possible to defend a possible claim. If you’re injured as a result of a fall in a commercial premises, you need to do...

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Look Both Ways Before You Walk

posted on Monday, August 22nd, 2016 and is filed under Personal injury

Look Both Ways Before You Walk   When you have been injured in a slip and fall accident, one of the main things your attorney will have to prove to the insurance company is that you, as the victim, did not knowingly slip and fall. The insurance company will want to know that the person...

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Staying Safe while on the Water

posted on Monday, August 15th, 2016 and is filed under Personal injury

Staying Safe while on the Water Enjoying life while boating is something that offers a certain amount of serenity. However, there are certain things to remember, since ignoring such potential scenarios could lead to disaster and require a call to Daytona boating accident lawyers like Zimmet & Zimmet. Before getting started, make sure to have:...

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What Is a Silver Alert?

posted on Friday, July 22nd, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

With technology, we’ve all become quite familiar with AMBER Alerts, messages which flash on our cell phones and freeway signs to tell us of an abducted child. What some people aren’t aware of, however, is that there is an equivalent alert used for a missing elderly person: the Silver Alert. Due to the likelihood of...

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Avoid a Bike Accident

posted on Friday, July 15th, 2016 and is filed under Child Injuries

In today’s world of television, video games, and cell phones, hearing that your child actually wants to go outside into the fresh air and get active can feel like a victory. But it comes with a host of other worries, such as cars on the street. When your child wants to ride his or her...

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Physical Fitness in the Elderly: Is It Necessary?

posted on Friday, July 8th, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

The commercials are common now: an elderly person falls and can’t get up, and the product being touted allows him or her to call for help. With that demographic suffering an accidental fall about every 18 seconds, there’s no question that falls are a real danger to the elderly. However, as they reduce movement to...

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Florida Helmet Laws, Explained

posted on Friday, July 1st, 2016 and is filed under Uncategorized

It seems like a no-brainer—pun intended. To keep yourself safe on a motorcycle, wear a helmet. When faced with larger, more insulated vehicles like cars and trucks, a motorcyclist is vulnerable. But ever since 2000, Florida’s laws do not require a motorcyclist to wear a helmet. The only condition to this is that riders over...

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The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds

posted on Friday, June 24th, 2016 and is filed under Child Injuries, Personal injury

No matter how much you love dogs, there is always the possibility that one will become scared or aggressive and lash out. There are many behaviors you can demonstrate to prevent this, but it can also be helpful to know which breeds lead to the nearly five million occurrences that happen every year. Here are...

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“Every Accident Can Be Prevented”: True or False?

posted on Friday, June 17th, 2016 and is filed under Car Accidents, Personal injury

Your driver’s education teacher smirked down at you as she asked the question: “Can every accident be prevented?” Some say yes. Some say no. The room dissolves into chaos. The teacher continues to smirk. The truth is, over 95% of car accidents could be prevented by a different driver behavior. Some can argue a full...

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