Autonomous Vehicles Are Not Entirely Trustworthy Yet

As we make greater and greater technological strides as a species, we get to watch ambitions come to fruition that used to be just science fiction not too long ago. It’s so easy to get swept up in the excitement of something like that, to want the future to be now in as many ways…

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How Does PIP Work After an Accident in Florida?

Personal injury protection (PIP) is an insurance provision that pays for injuries Fort Lauderdale residents suffer in a car accident. The coverage is unique because even if a person is at fault or partially at fault for an accident, they can still obtain compensation for their injuries and losses. The minimum coverage option is $10,000…

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The Dangers of Truck Rollover Accidents

Commercial trucks are prevalent around Fort Lauderdale, and any location is susceptible to an accident resulting in severe injuries for the driver and others in the vicinity. Commercial trucks carry hazardous substances and tons of products, and when they tip over, all of the merchandise spills onto the road causing secondary incidents. If you are…

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Uber and Lyft Facing Rising Number of Lawsuits

Sexual assaults are prevalent among rideshares, and more people are coming out accusing drivers and passengers of sexual assault. Growing up, we were taught never to get into a stranger’s car, but now people all across the country call strangers to pick them up using apps on their phones. Lyft and Uber are leading the…

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How Do You Make a Claim for Storm Damage?

Tropical Storm Nicole hit Florida near the end of hurricane season. It was a rough week for South Florida – tracking, experiencing and recovering from Nicole from November 7th to November 12th, and many citizens are left wondering how they will fix their homes. The confusion is evident for homeowners because Nicole was a Category…

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Can Speed Limiters Save More Women’s Lives?

Traffic accidents are common, and injuries from them can span from mild to severe. Over the years, an interesting trend has been studied via the various traffic safety organizations: a greater percentage of women are more susceptible to severe injuries and fatalities than men. There are several reasons for this, and changes have been made…

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Can Not Wearing a Seat Belt Affect My Car Accident Claim?

Wearing a seatbelt can save your life during a car accident. While this is indisputable fact, there are two other excellent reasons to wear your seatbelt: You can be pulled over and given a ticket if you’re not buckled up. If you are in a car accident, even if the other party is at fault…

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Who’s Responsible for a Merging Accident in Fort Lauderdale?

There are many roads leading into Fort Lauderdale and throughout the city that require merging. Travelers come from Miami, Boca Raton, Pembroke Pines, and other South Florida regions. Millions of people visit Fort Lauderdale from other states and through the local ports every year. Many of the Interstate roads (75, 95, and 595), US highways…

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Help for Home and Business Owners Making Hurricane Ian Claims

Hurricane Ian hit Florida as a Category 4 hurricane, leaving devastation in its wake. Millions of people are without power at this time, as Ian’s 150mph winds swept over the southwest part of the state. Even property owners who were not in the direct path of the storm have suffered unimaginable losses. If you own…

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