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April 4, 2022 in

Chronic venous insufficiency: a common and potentially disabling condition.

Chronic venous insufficiency occurs when the veins in your legs do not work properly and allow the blood to flow back up to your heart. Chronic venous insufficiency is a very common condition, affecting up to 40 percent of the population, and occurring more frequently in women than in men. When the veins do...
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Can You Sue a Nursing Home for Wrongful Death?

Nursing homes are required by law to provide elderly residents with a high level of care, but abuse and neglect take place in these settings shockingly often. If you believe a loved one was killed due to nursing home abuse, neglect, or negligence, you may have the right to sue for wrongful death.  When...
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March 24, 2022 in

What is the Average Payout for a Motorcycle Accident?

How much a motorcycle accident claim is worth will vary from case to case because of unique factors, and settlements or awards can range from tens of thousands of dollars to millions. The average payout for a motorcycle accident is $73,700 based on data from 1999 to 2006. However, the amount will typically fluctuate...
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March 24, 2022 in

How Much Is a Pedestrian Accident Case Worth?

Each pedestrian case has unique circumstances, so there is no exact formula to determine how much a pedestrian accident case is worth. However, some factors apply to every case that can either increase or decrease its value.  Factors that Impact a Pedestrian Accident Case’s Worth  An attorney, insurer, or the court will consider the...
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March 24, 2022 in

Who is at Fault if a Car Hits a Bicycle?

When a car hits a bicycle, the driver is at fault more often than not. However, there are situations when a bicyclist can be completely or partially to blame, as well as other third parties. Who the liable party is in a bicycle accident case will often depend on who was negligent. A party...
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March 14, 2022 in

Can I get Workers’ Compensation benefits even if I do not know how the accident happened or I caused the accident?

Workers’ compensation in Florida is a no-fault system. The injured worker does not have to prove that the accident was not their fault in order to obtain benefits.  The employer must pay benefits regardless of fault.  In exchange for this, employers are not liable for pain and suffering and other forms of awards available...
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March 2, 2022 in

How Do You Prove Wrongful Death?

To hold another party liable in a wrongful death claim requires proving that their negligence resulted in a person’s death. Negligence is a legal term used to refer to a party’s failure to use reasonable care in any given situation. Establishing negligence is the key to a successful claim and involves demonstrating the following...
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March 2, 2022 in

What are the Most Common Causes of Semi-Truck Accidents?

Like any other collision, many factors lead to semi-truck accidents. However, the primary contributing factor is driver error, either on the part of the truck driver or the driver of another vehicle. If you've been injured in an accident, contact the West Palm Beach truck accident attorneys at LaBovick Law Group, and read on...
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March 2, 2022 in

What Happens to an Uninsured Motorist in an Accident?

Florida drivers are required by law to carry auto insurance. When an uninsured driver is involved in an accident and gets caught, they may face various penalties.  Penalties for Driving Without Insurance in Florida When drivers get into car accidents without insurance, they will be responsible for their resulting expenses out of pocket, regardless...
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March 2, 2022 in

What Does Uninsured Motorist Coverage Pay For?

Uninsured motorist coverage (UM) is an optional form of auto insurance that drivers can purchase in Florida. It provides coverage beyond your personal injury protection (PIP) policy when you are involved in a collision with a driver who does not have car insurance. Although the state requires every driver to carry PIP and property...
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