Recent Blog Posts
Tourists And Unique Car Crash Risks
Because Orlando is a popular tourist destination, it attracts millions of visitors every year and is home to many attractions and activities. But while vacationers are navigating Florida roads, they have unique car crash risks, including unfamiliar roadways, different driving laws, and distracted driving. In the event of a car accident, an experienced Orlando… Read More »
Why You Need An Accident Report For Your Claim
If you were injured in an Orlando car accident and needed to be cared for in a medical setting, you could likely use financial relief. A compensation amount that will cover all of your doctor bills, physical therapy fees, prescriptions, lost wages, etc. To strengthen your accident claim, be sure you have collected all… Read More »
Answers To Your PIP Questions
By law, driving in Florida requires personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, so a lot of Florida residents are familiar with no-fault insurance. That said, if you are new to the state or have never used your PIP coverage and were recently involved in an Orlando car accident, you may have questions. PIP coverage provides… Read More »
Will My Credit Card Coverage Pay For My Rental Car Crash?
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reported there were over 30,000 crashes involving rental vehicles throughout the state of Florida in a recent year. It is clear there are real risks of being involved in a collision when driving a rental car. Whether you rented a vehicle in Orlando or somewhere… Read More »
Orlando Potholes, Accidents, And Injury Claims
Millions of tourists visit Orlando, Florida, every year. They do so to visit theme parks, explore attractions, and enjoy the beautiful weather. And, of course, hundreds of thousands of people call the city of Orlando home as well. With so many visitors and residents, Orlando roads get a lot of use, and potholes and… Read More »
Whiplash And Long-Term Health Concerns
When a person is injured as a result of a fall, or if they are hurt in a sports accident or car crash, they may be diagnosed with whiplash injury. Often misunderstood, this classification of injury has an unjust reputation of being exaggerated by victims in order for them to obtain a high monetary… Read More »
What If The Front Driver Is Responsible For A Rear-End Collision?
Often rear-end collisions are a result of the back driver not paying attention or losing control of their vehicle and slamming into the car, truck, or van in front of them. But it is a mistake to believe the back driver is always the one who was negligent. In some cases, the front driver… Read More »
Following A Doctor’s Lifestyle Recommendations
When recovering from a car accident injury, it is essential, for your own health and for the strength of your personal injury claim, for you to follow your doctor’s advice. While this will likely include medical guidance, such as when to take medication and how much to take, there could also be lifestyle recommendations…. Read More »
Is It Possible To Avoid Whiplash During A Car Accident?
While there is no fool-proof way to avoid a whiplash injury when a Florida car accident occurs, there are steps you can take to prevent the possibility. And if you are involved in a vehicle crash, be sure to see a doctor to have your health assessed. Sometimes whiplash injury symptoms aren’t readily apparent,… Read More »
Is There An At-Fault Driver In Hydroplaning Accidents?
Sunny driving conditions are something that many Florida residents enjoy, most of the time. That said, there are periods of heavy rains and tropical storms, meaning there are wet conditions to navigate as well. When wet pavement accidents happen, they can be a dangerous and nerve-wracking experience for motorists. One of the most hazardous… Read More »