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Neck Injury & Cervical Spine Injury Settlements in Florida

[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text css=""]A car, truck, bicycle, or pedestrian accident in Florida can be a traumatic experience for any victim. Whether you’re rear-ended, slip and fall, or are hit while crossing a street or parking lot - the injuries you sustain can stay with you for a long time. Cervical spine injuries can be particularly hard to diagnose and treat - and something as simple as a small fender bender can actually cause victims quite significant neck and back pain as they try to recover. Our team is experienced with all types of accidents that can be the cause of cervical spine...

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Sharing the Road: Bicycle Accidents

For many years, Florida has been the state with the highest number of accidents involving bicycles. The causes of these accidents range from failure to yield to making turns in a proper manner, failure to obey traffic laws, or even the cyclist wearing clothing that makes it difficult to see him or her at night. It is important to keep in mind that bicycle riders are subject to the same traffic signals and rules as motor vehicles when using public roads, as they are considered vehicles. Therefore, accidents involving bicycles are considered road accidents where drivers and bike riders are subject...

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How Did Your Bicycle Crash Happen?

In 2017, there were 783 cyclists killed across the country and, according to the Orlando Weekly, 125 of those victims were from Florida. For years now, Florida has topped the lists as the most dangerous place for cyclists to ride. For every fatality, there are many more crashes that result in severe, life-changing injuries for the victim. If you or a loved one has been hurt while riding a bicycle in any of the following scenarios, it is critical you seek help from a qualified personal injury attorney. Right hook - These crashes occur when a driver attempts to make a...

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“Right Hook” Bicycle Collisions

Bike collisions are all too common in Ocala as well as throughout the United States, where drivers are either distracted, speeding, intoxicated or simply aggressive towards cyclists. While most fatal collisions occur from a motor vehicle hitting a cyclist from behind, collisions at intersections can be just as dangerous, and are extremely common. One of the most typical ways drivers run into cyclists is by committing a “right hook,” which we describe shortly. Being hit by a car, no matter the speed at which it or you were traveling, is a traumatic experience, and one that usually leaves the cyclists...

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