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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Who’s At Fault In Car-Motorcycle Accidents?

There’s nothing like the feeling of the freedom you get while riding down the highway on a motorcycle, but when it comes to car-motorcycle collisions, the motorcycle unfortunately offers its rider very little protection. Given the dangerous consequences of a motorcycle collision with a car, motorcycle riders need to be on the alert for the… Read More »

Is My Child Using The Right Child Restraint In The Car?

When motor vehicle accidents happen, children are among those most prone to injuries. In addition to meeting the requirements of Florida’s child restraint law, parents need to also ensure that their children’s car seats are installed and used properly. Florida’schild restraint lawrequires that children five years of age or younger be properly restrained when riding… Read More »

Can The Rear Driver In A Rear-End Accident Sue The Front Driver For Damages?

It’s well known that the driver of the rear car in a rear-end accident is generally presumed to be at fault for the collision. Does this mean, however, that the rear driver in a real-end collision can never sue the front driver for damages? For example, what if the driver of the front vehicle was… Read More »

The Complexities Of Accidents Involving Large Trucks

When a large truck collides with a smaller vehicle or pedestrian, the results can be catastrophic, given the size and weight of many large trucks today. Injuries sustained as a result of a collision with a large truck can be very severe, and in addition to regular collisions, large trucks run the risk of rolling… Read More »

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