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  • Why Is Florida Considered the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians?
    Why Is Florida Considered the Most Dangerous State for Pedestrians?

    Florida may be a popular tourist destination known for its world-famous theme parks, gorgeous beaches, and lively cities, but to 21 million residents, it’s also called home. Each day, there are ...

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  • Filing a Claim After Various Types of Trucking Accidents
    Filing a Claim After Various Types of Trucking Accidents

    Everyone knows that a large commercial truck on the highway can increase the risk of a trucking accident for all the drivers around it. What is not commonly known, however, is the various types of ...

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  • Who Is Responsible For a Commercial Trucking Accident?
    Who Is Responsible For a Commercial Trucking Accident?

    If you’re involved in a commercial trucking accident, there’s a good chances the losses you’ve received are not small. Commercial trucking accidents can be some of the most devastating motor vehicle ...

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  • Three Things You Need for a Successful Truck Accident Claim
    Three Things You Need for a Successful Truck Accident Claim

    Being involved in a truck accident can be incredibly serious, causing major injuries, immense property loss, and immense damages. When you’ve been injured as a result of one of these instances, you ...

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  • How to Safely Share the Road with Trucks
    How to Safely Share the Road with Trucks

    It’s perfectly normal to be nervous when driving around semi-trucks. Their immense weight and large size means they have to drive a little differently to stay safe. This often means they travel much ...

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  • Electronic Logging Devices & Your Injury Claim
    Electronic Logging Devices & Your Injury Claim

    A new rule went into effect in February of last year which will require all commercial trucks to be equipped with an electronic logging device (ELD). On the compliance date of December 18 th , ...

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