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How To Avoid A Car Accident – Pensacola
Published: January 25, 2021
A large part of our practice here at Zarzaur Law is helping the victims of car wrecks and car accidents that are not our clients’ fault. While we do our best to get our clients back to their normal life as quickly as possible, it is obviously preferable to avoid that wreck in the first
What Should I Expect From My Personal Injury Lawyer?
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Many clients who end up needing a personal injury attorney following an accidental injury have no expectations for such a professional.  Thankfully, most have not had the need in their lives for a personal injury lawyer. With that inexperience, comes a void of thoughts on what this lawyer should be doing and what their relationship
How are Pain and Suffering Damages in A Personal Injury Case Determined?
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Under Florida law, the victim of the negligence that caused a personal injury can recover damages to compensate them for their injuries. Personal Injury Damages Can Include: Past and future medical bills Past and future lost wages or loss of ability to earn wages in the future Intangible damages What Are Intangible Damages? Intangible damages
Why Does it Take So Long to Resolve a Car Wreck Case?
Published: January 18, 2021
It seems so simple. You are stopped at a red light, and someone hits you from behind. You are injured, the police are called, an ambulance is called, and you are taken to the closest ER. The driver who hit you is given a ticket. Since you were hurt, you call a personal injury lawyer
How Does the Car Wreck Settlement Process Work?
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When someone is injured in a car wreck that is not their fault, most people would rather not pay for expensive medical treatment and property damage themselves. In the vast majority of cases, the only collectible funds that are available to pay for these expenses are insurance proceeds. So, most clients’ case plan involves trying