Aventura Personal Injury Lawyer: Slip and Falls + TBIs

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  Aventura Personal Injury Lawyer: Slip and Falls #1 Cause of TBIs Trumping many well-known killers, such as heart disease and cancer, traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of death for individuals below the age of 44. Each day, an estimated 138 people die from traumatic brain … [Read more...]

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Hollywood Car Accident Lawyer: Adults Text and Drive More Teenagers tend to get a bad rap. It’s commonly understood that teens are moody and impulsive, prone to behaving rebellious and listening to loud music. Teens are notoriously dangerous drivers, and adults are forever warning them of the … [Read more...]

Personal Injury Medical Procedures: Nerve Block

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What is a Nerve Block? When a spinal facet joint (in your neck or lower back) is injured in a car accident, trip and fall or other personal injury, if conservative physical therapy does not work, a nerve block injection procedure may be recommended by your treating doctor. A nerve block should be … [Read more...]

Does the Graves Amendment Supersede Car Financial Responsibility Laws?

When a rental car (e.g. from Avis, Hertz, Enterprise, etc..) is involved in a car accident, and the driver is without their own insurance and does not purchase the optional auto insurance from the car-rental agency, does the Graves Amendment supersede Florida's automobile financial responsibility … [Read more...]

Medical Research Related to Personal Injury Cases

PET/MRI combo Better than PET/CT scan when Diagnosing Foot Injuries March 2015: Journal of Nuclear Medicine published a study comparing a PET/MRI scan to a PET/CT scan on diagnosing foot injuries, which may be caused by traumatically induced stress fractures from car accidents or slip and falls or … [Read more...]

NMB Car Accident Attorney: Impact of New Hit-and-Run Ruling

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Under a recent Florida Supreme Court ruling, it may become difficult to hold a driver accountable for a hit-and-run accident. According to the ruling, drivers cannot be prosecuted for leaving an accident without proof that they knew they were actually involved in the car accident. The Supreme … [Read more...]