Monthly Archives: April 2021
Statistically speaking, bad weather causes or contributes to over 20% of all car crashes in the United States. While most weather-related car crashes are preventable, liability for an accident caused by bad weather is not always immediately clear. So, who is liable for collisions caused by adverse weather conditions in Florida? If you were… Read More »
Nobody likes to go to a hospital. That is one of the reasons why many people refuse medical treatment after a motor vehicle accident. However, not seeking medical care following a car crash can hurt your personal injury claim. If you have been involved in a vehicle crash, contact our Miami car accident attorney… Read More »
PWD settles sailing boat accident case on confidential terms. The case was hard fought. Justice was served. We are honored to have helped this family.
If you have been in a car crash or any other accident and were injured because of someone else’s fault, one of the first things you should do is contact your insurance company and notify them of the accident. Once you file your personal injury claim with your insurance company (unlike other states, Florida… Read More »
Over 66% of all U.S. adults use prescription medications, and many of those adults operate motor vehicles. Some types of prescription drugs can pose a danger to motorists due to an increased risk of impairment. While most drivers are aware of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs, many… Read More »
When a pedestrian is hit by a car, the car driver is not at fault all the time. Many pedestrian accidents occur when the pedestrian is unlawfully crossing the street. While a pedestrian will most likely share some or all of the fault if they were hit while jaywalking, they could potentially get compensation… Read More »