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Get to Know 10 Key Terms in Florida Personal Injury Cases

By John Piccin |

If you were injured in an accident caused by someone else, you probably want to know more about your rights in a Florida personal injury case. Understanding the key concepts requires some general knowledge about the terms that are relevant to these claims, so you can learn the basics by reviewing the Top 10… Read More »


How to Approach Medical Care After a Florida Auto Accident

By John Piccin |

Your health is your first priority if you were injured in a car accident, so it is critical to seek appropriate medical care to get you on the road to recovery. At the same time, obtaining proper treatment is also an important factor for any claim you may have against the responsible driver. The… Read More »


Unique Complications in Florida Truck Accident Cases

By John Piccin |

The U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently released its 2015 crash facts for large trucks and the statistics reveal the shocking frequency of these deadly incidents. There were just over 4,300 fatal crashes, which represents an eight percent increase over 2014. Still, this figure is 18 percent lower than the highest year… Read More »


Protect Yourself Against the Most Common Causes of Bicycle Accidents in Florida

By John Piccin |

Though it is excellent news to hear that motor vehicle accident fatalities have decreased in recent years, it may come as a shock to find that death rates from bicycle accidents have been on the rise. Data collected by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reveals that bicyclists, pedestrian, and other non-occupant fatalities… Read More »


Take Care of Whiplash and Soft Tissue Injuries After an Ocala, FL Car Accident

By John Piccin |

The first thing you will probably do after being in a car accident in Florida is to check yourself and passengers for injuries. You may look for obvious signs, such as broken bones and bleeding. However, there are certain types of injuries that you may overlook, typically because you do not feel pain until… Read More »


Top 5 Recalled Children’s Products for 2018

By John Piccin |

Defective products present serious risks to anyone who comes into contact with them, but children are especially vulnerable to severe injuries. Due to age and inexperience, they may not be able to identify dangers and cannot appreciate how badly they can be hurt. Unfortunately, defective products end up on recall lists more often than… Read More »


Unexpected Pool Hazards Can Be Deadly for Florida Residents and Visitors

By John Piccin |

Fatal drowning, slips on wet surfaces, and diving injuries are tragic incidents that initially come to mind when you think about deadly pool accidents in Florida. However, a recent report published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveals another potential threat: Disease-causing bacteria that thrive in the chemically treated waters… Read More »


Refresher Course on School Bus Safety as Kids Head Back to Class in Ocala, FL

By John Piccin |

It is hard to believe the summer has flown by so quickly. Even as you are enjoying the last days of summer, you should also take time to remind children of school bus safety. Data gathered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reveals that 174 children were killed in school bus related accidents… Read More »


Overview of Misdiagnosis in Florida Medical Malpractice Claims

By John Piccin |

Medical malpractice may take multiple forms, but mistakes in making a proper diagnosis are some of the most devastating for the patient. Delays in identifying a medical condition or diagnosing the wrong illness mean the victim does not receive necessary, potentially life-saving care. This type of medical error is especially horrific because many forms… Read More »


Common Injuries on Florida Charter Boats and Excursions

By John Piccin |

Florida’s saltwater fishing is a huge draw for visitors, as the Florida Wildlife and Conservation Commission reports that the state has more world record catches than any other country in the world. The Sunshine State is also top in the U.S. for saltwater anglers, with almost 1.8 million licenses sold to residents and non-residents…. Read More »

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