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Florida Rated the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian accidents are some of the most serious collisions involving motor vehicles. That’s because cars, trucks, and other passenger vehicles are much larger than people crossing the street or walking alongside a road. Of course, someone on foot also lacks the protection of an enclosed vehicle with safety features like seatbelts and airbags. Unfortunately, car...

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What should I do if a drunk driver caused my crash in Seminole County?

An experienced lawyer explains your rights and what you should do afterward Car accidents in Seminole County caused by drunk drivers can be complicated legal cases. That’s because they often result in serious injuries or even fatalities. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in Seminole County alone, an average of 10 people...

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

With fantastic weather and plenty of beautiful scenery to enjoy, central Florida is a great place for motorcycling. Motorcycles can be seen everywhere throughout Longwood and the greater Orlando area, but with traffic and tourism starting to return to pre-pandemic levels, it's important for drivers to remember that they need to share the road with...

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Everything you need to know about contingency fees

Advertisements for personal injury lawyers are everywhere these days, and most of them have something in common: they make references to contingency fees and how you, the client, pays nothing unless they win your case. You’ve probably heard the old expression, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” While that may...

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There's been an uptick in fatal crashes in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic

A Florida car accident lawyer weighs in on the increase in fatal crashes during 2020. It's been nearly one year since the COVID-19 pandemic began rapidly spreading across the U.S., resulting in businesses closing their doors. Some workers were laid off while others were forced to work from home. Students continued their education remotely, and...

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