Dangers of Semi-Trucks and Rear End Accidents

posted on Friday, September 28th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

What Causes Semi-Truck Accidents? Driver fatigue is one of the top causes of semi-truck accidents. Once a driver has reached the driving limit of 11 hours out on the road, they are required to be off duty for 10 consecutive...

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Most common Construction Site Accidents

posted on Friday, September 21st, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized, Workplace Injuries

Construction work is one of the most dangerous jobs in America. The four deadliest construction site accidents are called the “Fatal Four.” Out of 991 construction-related fatalities in 2016, most were caused by the fatal four. If you have been...

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Rear-End Accidents not always Fender Benders

posted on Friday, September 14th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

The majority of rear-end accidents are minor fender benders. These accidents often happen at low speeds in places like parking lots. In a minor accident, nobody is injured and there is only limited damage to the vehicles involved. However, as...

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Catching Air: Florida Airboat Accidents

posted on Friday, September 7th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Dangers of Airboats Many people use airboats to travel through the Florida Everglades. It can be fun to travel on an airboat, but it can also be dangerous. The open nature and speed of the boats can put one at...

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Party Bus Accidents

posted on Monday, August 13th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Party buses are used to transport people to graduations, birthday parties, weddings, and other special events. They typically hold at least ten people at a time. Riding on a party bus is a fun experience for most people. However, bus...

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Millennials: Safe Drivers?

posted on Monday, August 6th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

When asked to name the most dangerous drivers who put other people on the road at risk, most people would answer teenage drivers and the elderly. However, studies have shown that the age group known as “millennials” are the most...

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Injured in a Boating Accident During Summer Vacation?

posted on Monday, July 30th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Personal injury claims can result from boating accidents but, like other types of claims, you must be able to prove that the owner of the boat violated a duty of care through negligence. In some cases, an individual may suffer...

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Injured During Summer Vacation?

posted on Monday, July 23rd, 2018 and is filed under Negligence, Personal Injury, Uncategorized

A summer vacation in Tampa meant for “fun in the sun” could immediately turn for the worst if you become injured. Whether you have been injured through a car accident or a disaster at a theme park, it would be...

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Tampa: Working to Prevent Bicycle Accidents

posted on Friday, July 6th, 2018 and is filed under Uncategorized

Tampa, one of Florida’s largest west-coast cities, has recently earned bad publicity for its high number of bicycling accidents. Now there are new biker-friendly laws that are designed to prevent future accidents. As a bicyclist, it’s important to know the...

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Tampa Drivers Must Stop or Yield for Pedestrians

posted on Friday, June 29th, 2018 and is filed under Personal Injury

Do you know where the crosswalks are? The Tampa Bay area consistently appears near the top of the most dangerous places for pedestrians. In Pinellas County alone, the number of pedestrians killed by motor vehicles was 44 in 2016 and...

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