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Determining Fault After an Orlando Motorcycle Accident

By Israoui Law |

Motorcyclists are vulnerable to injuries when there is an accident because they do not have the protections a car driver has. After all, there is no chassis around a motorcyclist. Injuries can be severe and expenses can be high. Also, motorcycle accidents are not covered under Florida No-Fault system. This means medical bills and… Read More »

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What to Do After an Orlando Car Accident In a Parking Lot

By Israoui Law |

If you were in a car accident in an Orlando parking lot, you may be exploring compensation options. Often there are expenses associated with car accidents, from vehicle damage to medical bills from back and neck injuries and wagel loss by not being able to work. If you were not the at-fault driver, you… Read More »

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I Was In an Orlando Accident but My Seatbelt Wasn’t Buckled

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Florida is a state that requires seat belts. If you are in an Orlando car accident without a seat belt on you are increasing your risk of injuries and can receive a ticket. In addition, it may add complexities to securing compensation. Under Florida statutes, a negligent driver is liable, but the insurance company… Read More »

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Car Accidents Can Lead to Back Injuries

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Back injuries are a common complaint after car accidents or falls. When they happen, a back injury claim is a path to compensation from the business or person who is at fault. The severity of the injuries will likely be a large factor in determining the value of a claim. An Orlando car accident… Read More »

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Were You Injured In a Tractor-Trailer Accident?

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Tractor-trailer trucks are also sometimes referred to as semis. These vehicles are a combination of a tractor that puts the weight of a trailer that carries the cargo. These vehicles are a vital form of transportation, they carry goods around the country every day. But there are risks when these large vehicles are on… Read More »

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Securing Compensation After an Accident with an Uninsured Motorist

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While many turn to insurance companies for compensation after a car or truck accident, not all drivers are insured. According to the Insurance Information Institute, over a quarter of Florida drivers do not carry auto insurance. With over 26% of drivers being uninsured motorists, it is very possible for Florida accidents to involve an… Read More »

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Car Accidents Can Result In Traumatic Brain Injuries

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If a head injury results in a traumatic brain injury there can be long-term issues. Recovery can be lifelong. For some, the healing process for severe head injuries includes learning new ways to perform tasks of daily life. The bills that accumulate in connection to a brain injury can be too high for a… Read More »

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Orlando Pet Injuries Due to Car Accidents

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Pet lovers in Florida often have their animals in the car with them, either for trips to a friend’s house, vacation, pet store, veterinarian, or even in situations when people work in an environment that is pet friendly. But while many dogs love going for a ride in the car, the reality is there… Read More »

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The Importance of Medical Records and a Car Accident Claim

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If you have been injured in a car accident, you may be filing a personal injury claim. When you do, your medical records are an important component in proving you have the right to compensation. So while many keep their medical records confidential, it is important to keep in mind that in the aftermath… Read More »

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