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Can Social Media Destroy Your Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Don’t Hurt Your Case by Posting on Social Media If you have been injured and you post on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and so on, you may potentially hinder the value of your case. It’s not necessarily because you are doing anything wrong, but because the defense and insurance companies comb social media sites to find any piece of evidence they can use that will help their case and hurt yours. Something you may post and think is completely irrelevant to your lawsuit could possibly end up being quite harmful. Our attorneys at The Law Office of...

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What Should I do After I’ve Been Involved in a Car Accident?

Cars - As a society we are dependent on them not only for work and transportation, but also recreation. We learn to drive at a young age and most of us are licensed before we can vote. Be Prepared Before It Happens You never know when an accident might occur, so it’s important to be ready. Obviously, you need to have your insurance information, vehicle registration, and license with you, but it’s also a good idea to have an emergency kit in your car. Make Sure Everyone Is Okay and Move to Safety Safety should be your number one priority when an accident happens,...

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Will PIP Insurance Continue in Florida?

What is PIP insurance? Most Florida drivers have heard of PIP insurance but many drivers have no idea what it is. Florida is one of ten states that have personal injury protection (no fault) auto insurance. The intention was to provide injured drivers up to $10,000 in immediate medical coverage in lieu of establishing fault through the court system. The goal was to reduce payment delay for injured drivers, as well as limit the utilization of the court system. In Florida, PIP coverage is required to be purchased by all owners of motor vehicles registered in this state. PIP coverage makes...

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