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October 2017 Archives

How do you know if you have suffered whiplash injuries?

Of all the different types of injuries that a Florida resident could suffer from in a car accident, the scariest ones can be brain, spine and neck injuries. After all, most minor cuts and bruises will heal relatively quickly. But, the more serious types of injuries may require weeks or even months of medical treatment and ongoing rehabilitative therapy. Whiplash injuries are among some of the most serious injuries that car accident victims can suffer.

Know your options when your insurance claim is denied

Most Americans have some form of insurance coverage. Every state requires licensed drivers to have car insurance, and in recent years most Americans have been required to have health insurance. Millions more have life insurance, homeowner's insurance and professional liability insurance. For most people, insurance is just a fact of life.

No matter how you suffer an injury, you may have a legal claim

Nobody plans on being injured. That's why, when someone does suffer an injury, people are quick to label it an accident. But, the reality is that oftentimes injuries are caused due to another party's negligence or recklessness. We see it all the time: car accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and injuries caused due to a dangerous condition on someone's property. When injuries occur in these types of situations, in many cases it was someone's fault.

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Coral Springs Office
7351 Wiles Road
Suite 101
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Toll Free: 800-785-1738
Phone: 954-417-8856
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101 Northeast 3rd Avenue
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Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

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Fax: 772-237-3779
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