Category Archives: car accidents

Pain and Suffering: How is it Calculated?

What does the legal term “pain and suffering” actually mean and how do the courts determine its worth? There are a couple of formulas and, now, even software. Continue reading

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Hit-and-Run Leaves Infant Unattended In Middle Of Road

Hit-and-run accidents are far too common. When injuries or property damage are size-able, stricter laws can come into play. Don’t leave the scene. Continue reading

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Train Accident Leaves One Dead: Was Railway to Blame?

A recent report out of Pennsylvania paints a horrible picture.  A train versus car accident left a women dead and two others seriously injured.  The man and toddler were rushed to a local hospital, and police did report that the … Continue reading

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Justin Bieber Calling Attention To Personal Injury Concerns

Paparazzi and photo seekers can cause unnecessary accidents while celebrity subjects try to escape them. Is it really worth risking life and limb? Continue reading

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More Reasons to Avoid Binge Drinking

Besides the possibility of a Tampa auto accident, what are some other risks associated with binge drinking? Gaining weight? Depression? It’s not worth it. Continue reading

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Five Factors That Influence Alcohol Tolerance

A variety of factors can play into how your body absorbs alcohol. Consider these, as well as your overall alcohol input, especially before you decide to drive. Continue reading

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Alcohol: Knowing Your Limits

Have you ever heard the phrase, “Everything in moderation?” Alcohol remains a big problem behind the wheel. Don’t drink and drive. It’s a good rule to live by. Continue reading

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Distracted Driving Doesn’t Always Mean Texting, Part III: Voice-To-Text

Even with technology seemingly making applications simpler and simpler, still, it is not a good idea to do anything else while driving at the same time. Continue reading

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Distracted Driving Doesn’t Always Mean Texting, Part II: Children

It doesn’t take much at all for children to be a distraction to drivers. Parents need to understand that any distraction can have huge consequences. Continue reading

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Distracted Driving Doesn’t Always Mean Texting, Part I: The Phone

There are many distractions that can take eyes and focus off the road in front of you when behind the wheel of a car. ALL distractions should be avoided. Continue reading

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