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6 Myths About Car Accidents And Car Accident Claims
Published: April 8, 2021
1. My Insurance Will Pay For Everything This is not true in Florida. If you are hit by another driver, your recovery generally depends on their coverage. Florida does not require much mandatory coverage to drive, and many violate the law and do not have insurance. Under Florida law, the minimum coverage is simply $10,000
What You Need To Know About Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).
Published: March 30, 2021
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) includes any bump, blow, or jolt to the head that interferes at all with your normal brain function. The most common form of TBI is a concussion. When you sustain a concussion, an outside force makes your brain rock back and forth inside your skull, resulting in mild to severe
What is the Florida’s Exchange of Driver’s Information Form?
Published: March 26, 2021
So, you are involved in a Florida motor vehicle accident and as you have found out the investigation takes a while.  The main reason it takes so much time is that Florida law requires that the State Troopers investigate every motor vehicle accident that occurs on any roadway unless there are special conditions that make
What Happens If You Are In A Car Wreck Caused By An Impaired Driver?
Alcohol is a substance that reduces the functions of the brain, impairing thinking, reasoning, and muscle coordination. All of these abilities are necessary to operate a motor vehicle safely. A person’s alcohol level is measured by the weight of the alcohol in a certain volume of blood. This is called blood alcohol coordination, or BAC.
The Particular Issues of Being Involved in A Wreck With Multiple Vehicles.
Published: March 24, 2021
Most Florida Car Accidents or Florida Car Wrecks occur between two vehicles.  One vehicle is considered the “at-fault” vehicle and the other vehicle is considered the “victim” vehicle. Occasionally, wrecks in Florida involve multiple vehicles.  Usually, one “at-fault” driver who strikes more than one car during the wreck.  These are sometimes “chain reaction” type of