The Importance of Seat Belts

posted on Friday, June 15th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

A seat belt is a vital safety feature that can save your life and protect you from serious injury in the event of a traffic crash. However, motorists who wear seat belts may still experience accidents. It is these individuals...

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Road Rage-What To Do If You Are A Victim

posted on Friday, June 8th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

Driving can sometimes bring out the worse in people. Many people get anxious or upset due to things like heavy traffic, slow drivers and aggressive drivers. Personal problems can also trigger road rage. Being a victim of road rage can...

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Emergency Car Accident Kit

posted on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

Emergency Accident Supplies  Wagner McLaughlin in Tampa, Fla., wants you to have an emergency kit in your vehicle to help you if, gosh forbid, an accident should occur. You might wonder what you should have in an emergency kit. The...

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Car Consoles: Aid Or A Distraction

posted on Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

New cars come with cool technology on the dashboards. Car consoles are supposed to make driving more convenient. However, new technology can take a person’s eyes off of the road. A team of researchers at the University of Utah examined...

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Most Common Football-Related Injuries

posted on Friday, May 18th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

Every sport comes with risks. However, football is one of the most dangerous sports that one can play. One of the reasons that football is so dangerous is because it is a contact sport. Blocking, tackling, and other physical interactions...

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Child is Hurt at School – Who is Liable?

posted on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Parents place a lot of trust in the schools that their children attend. People rightfully expect their school districts to provide a safe environment in which their children can learn. However, it is not unusual for a child to suffer...

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Florida Maritime Attorney John McLaughlin on Channel 8 News

posted on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Florida Maritime Attorney John McLaughlin at Wagner McLaughlin was interviewed by Steve Andrews of Channel 8 News regarding the year-long Coast Guard investigation of the  Pass-A-Grille Spring Break drowning. Read or view the interview here: http://bit.ly/2GLpOLc If you or someone you love has been...

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Distracted Driving – The Top Five Distractions That Lead To Accidents While Driving

posted on Thursday, December 14th, 2017 and is filed under Personal Injury

While operating a motor vehicle, even the smallest distractions can have serious, and sometimes fatal, consequences. Oncoming vehicular traffic, pedestrians, and even bicyclists can all be sources of catastrophe when they lure or force the eyes of drivers to leave...

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Haunted House or Attraction Injuries – Don’t be Afraid to Pursue a Claim!

posted on Thursday, November 9th, 2017 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

While this year’s trick-or-treaters have come and gone, Halloween-related injuries may still be showing themselves — particularly from public or private haunted houses that are so popular this time of year. Injuries are all-too-common when you are in a scary,...

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Injured during a Hurricane or Storm?

posted on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017 and is filed under Personal Injury

Although most people attempt to prepare for a hurricane, these storms may still result in property damage or personal injury. For instance, in spite of the community’s efforts, Hurricane Irma created more than 465 dangerous “events” — meaning an illness...

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