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What is Negligence in Personal Injury Law?

A well known area of Personal Injury Law is negligence. Negligence can occur anywhere, anytime, and when a person comes to harm, they may want to pursue litigation in order to compensate pain and suffering. Wrongful Death cases are often a result of negligence. However, just because this is an area of the law commonly seen by top Personal Injury lawyers, it doesn’t mean it’s an easy one to navigate....

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What Are the Dangers of Concussion Injuries?

The danger in a concussion injury hides in the inability to see it! Time is always of the essence when dealing with any type of Traumatic Brain Injury, and no blow to the head should ever be left untreated simply because the victim isn’t actively experiencing a “headache”. Concussions are silent killers, and any blow to the head whether on the football field or from a car accident, requires transport to the hospital as soon as possible.

How Do Hours of Service Affect Truck Drivers in Florida?

Hours of Service are in place to protect the safety of the truck driver, as well as other drivers on the road. Trucking carrier fatigue and the accidents it can cause, pose serious liability risk to both truck driver and trucking company. It's also a serious public safety risk. The statistics according to Department of Transportation are staggering. Accidents due to fatigue are responsible for 13% of all commercial motor vehicle related collisions!...

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What is Mental Anguish in Personal Injury Law?

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Mental anguish is just as serious as physical injuries! When accident results in a physical injury to the victim, the first step to recovery is medical stabilization. Medically stabilizing the victim after a serious car, motorcycle, or other accident should be top priority. The medical side is the focus until the patient is well enough to transition home from the hospital. Once a victim is stable medically, it becomes easy to paint the picture of quality of life. However, this is a common mistake.

Answering the tough questions

This article will answer questions those suffering after serious accidents may have relating to the mental health side of Personal Injury Law.

  • What are invisible injuries?
  • Are there different types of mental anguish?
  • Is there help for accident victims who suffer symptoms of mental anguish?