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Have you or a loved suffered a Daytona Beach personal injury? Here’s what you should look for to decide if you should hire a personal injury lawyer. Read More
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When you’ve sustained a whiplash injury, we can help. An experienced Florida whiplash injury lawyer can take a look at your case today.
If you or a loved one were involved in an uninsured motorist accident in Florida, do not hesitate to seek the help and counsel of an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Pedestrian accidents can be deadly, but there are actions you can take to protect yourself.
Our Daytona office is currently open for appointments, however, we are also offering digital signups as well if you would like to stay home.
Don't let a bank take your home. Our foreclosure defense lawyers can help you understand how to fight and overcome a threat of foreclosure in Florida.
Check out our step-by-step guide to personal injury protection (PIP) insurance in Florida. When in doubt, contact a Daytona personal injury lawyer for help.
Hiring the right lawyer will help ensure you get the maximum compensation for your injuries. Here are 8 tips for hiring a Florida personal injury lawyer.
Some Daytona Beach car accidents are unavoidable; however, there are driving tips you can learn to help minimize your chances of getting into an accident.
Tractor trailer accidents can be devastating due to the massive size and weight of the trucks. Learn more about accidents involving tractor trailers.
Learn more about the Daytona Beach Police Department, whose brave men and women help to keep our city safe.
Car accidents are stressful, and can leave you feeling confused about what to do next. Our helpful blog examines what to do after a Daytona car accident.
By understanding the timeline for Florida car accident lawsuits, you can have a better idea of how long your case may take based on its circumstances.
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Compensation is not a one-size-fits-all situation. The circumstances and specific losses of your case will determine how much your claim is worth.
While Florida auto accident injuries can vary significantly depending on the circumstances of the accident, there are often common long-term costs.
Bike Week is an incredible event, bringing bikers together from around the globe. Learn how to avoid an accident with our motorcycle safety tips.
Florida has strict definitions for reckless driving and consequences for engaging in such behavior. Call us if you've been injured by reckless driving.
Every driver in Florida is required to carry a minimum of $10,000 in PIP, which ensures a motorist will receive medical benefits after an accident.
Car accidents are currently the sixth leading cause of preventable deaths in the US. Learn more about fatal car accidents and how to avoid them.
If you have injured yourself on an unsafe sidewalk, local government may be liable. Call our experienced sidewalk accident attorneys to discuss.
Our comprehensive guide to Florida car insurance provides motorists with the information needed to be protected or compensated after an accident.
After an accident, defense attorneys and insurance adjusters may try to use any pre-existing conditions of yours against you to deny your claim.
Not all Daytona Beach auto accident settlements are fair. Learn more about how to respond in the face of an unfair auto accident settlement.
Are you looking to learn more about Wrongful Death lawsuits in Daytona Beach? Our Understanding Wrongful Death blog can help.
A driver can be held liable in the state of Florida for a motorcycle rider’s injuries and property damage in no contact accidents.
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance is a no-fault car insurance policy required by the state of Florida. Learn about how it can affect you.