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July 2019 Archives

Personal injury: Moped rider's death under investigation

Sharing the busy Florida highways with trucks will always be dangerous, especially for those whose mode of transport has only two wheels. Motorcyclists, bicyclists and moped riders are particularly vulnerable because they have little protection. Although wearing a helmet provides some safeguards against severe personal injury, there's no guarantee of efficiency. 

Workers' compensation: Worker trapped in ground collapse

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration prescribes strict standards when it comes to excavations and trenches. Regardless, numerous workers' compensation benefits claims are filed in Florida each year for trench and excavation-related injuries. In a recent workplace accident, a worker was trapped when the ground next to an excavation collapsed.

6 things to do if you have an accident in a rental car

Whether you are on vacation, need a substitute vehicle while yours is in the shop or have no car of your own, you may occasionally rent a vehicle. With roughly 400,000 automobile accidents occurring on Florida’s roadways in any given year, though, your chances of wrecking a rental car are not exactly insignificant. 

Many boating accidents lead to personal injury lawsuits

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently arranged a media day to promote boating safety. July is known for boating accidents on Florida waters, and many personal injury claims result from boating under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The FWC reminded boaters that BUI is a serious crime in Florida, and convictions can have severe consequences, not to mention the civil lawsuits that might follow.

Personal injury can cause physical and emotional distress

Anyone who was injured in a car accident through no fault on his or her part might have grounds to pursue claims for financial relief. The aim of filing a personal injury claim in a Florida civil court is typically to recover economic damages like medical expenses, lost wages and property damage. However, in some cases, psychological and emotional damage cause more harm than physical injuries.

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