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When is a Car Wreck Considered Wrongful Death?
Published: February 22, 2021
    Car wrecks that result in the death of the victim go from being called personal injury cases to wrongful death car wreck cases.  Car wrecks that result in the death of the victim change in legal terminology because the death of the individual means that the claim can only be brought under Florida’s
Who is at Fault for a Car Accident That Involves a Product Recall?
  In many car wreck cases, a defective vehicle or vehicle component may be responsible for the crash and injuries sustained from the crash. Since the establishment of the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has recalled tens of millions of vehicles, motor vehicle equipment, and tires.
Alarming Increase in Car Wreck Related Death – Pensacola FL
If you’re like us here at Zarzaur Law, you’ve noticed something about traffic since the COVID-19 pandemic began. There might be fewer cars on the road these days, but the cars that are there are driving faster and more recklessly.   The Biggest Increase in Fatalities in More Than 15 Years You are not just
Why Should You Have Insurance if You Ride a Motorcycle in Florida?
Published: February 15, 2021
Does Florida law require a motorcyclist to have insurance? Surprisingly the answer is no. The Florida “No-Fault Law” does not apply to motorcyclists, even though they may be injured or cause injury or property damage in a crash. The NHTSA reports that 13 cars out of every 100,000 are involved in a fatal accident, but motorcycles have a fatality rate of 72
What Happens After A Car Accident With No Police Report?
Sometimes potential clients who get in a car wreck have no police report associated with it. Usually, this is because the property damage is minor, and the client did not feel injured at the time of the wreck. Many times, however, injuries that may not be apparent immediately following a wreck, and only develop after