Truck Accident? Here’s what you need to know.

Truck and highway at sunset. Truck Car in motion blur. Atlantic Ocean Road or the Atlantic Road (Atlanterhavsveien) been awarded the title as "Norwegian Construction of the Century".

A truck accident brings with it unique legal questions and challenges. That’s not surprising – after all, commercial trucks loaded to the brim can exceed 80,000 pounds in weight. Accidents involving such heft can be truly devastating. Still, a large truck’s involvement in a fender-bender does not immediately guarantee that the driver is at fault. Here are some of the legal basics to understand regarding truck accidents.

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Uber SCREWS UP? Who’s at Fault in a Rideshare Accident?

Yellow Taxi Sign On Roof Of Car. Uber accident

 

You’re relaxing in the cushy backseat of an Uber when the driver takes your comment I’m in a bit of a hurry literally and runs a red light. What happens when rideshare goes bad? It is essential to understand who is at fault in a rideshare accident and what you can expect if you’re involved in one.

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Texting and Driving? – Think Again.

We have all heard the message that texting and driving don’t mix. It’s common knowledge that the practice is extremely dangerous, but what are the legal ramifications if a Florida driver does choose to text while behind the wheel? You may be surprised to learn that the Sunshine State’s texting ban is considered weak compared to most of the country.

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Is A Personal Injury Claim Right For You?

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If there’s one thing you can count on in life it’s: life is unpredictable.

Now, more than ever, we’re on-the-go, all-consumed, and constantly distracted. It makes it even easier for something unexpected to happen, like an unfortunate event typically resulting in damage or injury. This is also known as an accident. Continue reading

Social Media & Your Personal Injury Claim: Dos & Donts

Injured man on the phone

Nowadays, social media is everywhere—Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Snapchat—and chances are, you have at least one (if not several) accounts. You might not realize it, but when it comes to your personal injury claim, a quick social media post can lead to big problems. Continue reading