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Steps To Take After An Accident

Steps To Take After An Accident

Are you a victim of an accident and you feel you are entitled to compensation? Hiring a Miami accident lawyer can help in this case.  If you don’t know where to start from, then you’re on the right page. There are some essential steps you need to take when you’re involved in an accident. Such steps will help you get your entitled compensation. So, what are they? They include:Take Pictures Of The Accident SceneImmediately after the accident, if you’re not too injured and have your smartphone with you, you should take pictures of the scene. The pictures should be taken...

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How Do I Know If I Have a Personal Injury Claim

Personal Injury Claim

After an injury, two important factors determine if you have a personal injury claim. The first is if you truly suffered an injury, and the second is if it was caused by the negligence of another person. Injuries are unexpected yet common events that can happen virtually anywhere. Some cases where the injury is caused by the negligence of another person are medical malpractices, dog bites, motorcycle and vehicle accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip-and-falls, and so on. As obvious as these accidents are, determining whether or not you have a personal injury case can be complicated. This is due to the...

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Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Result in Millions of Dollars in Losses

Traumatic Brain Injuries - Miami Personal Injury Attorney

Traumatic brain injuries are no small matter. Traumatic brain injuries, or TBIs, are classified as mild or severe, but even a mild TBI can have long-term effects. This is especially true when the victims aren’t treated properly because they seem to be okay. A mild TBI often has no lasting consequences but may keep a person out of work or school for a few weeks or months. However, severe TBIs can have life-altering impacts that lead to the need for intense medical care for the rest of your life. It makes sense, of course – the brain is the control...

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