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Be Wary Of The Tires On These Motorhomes Before Heading Off On Your Big Trip

 Be Wary Of The Tires On These Motorhomes Before Heading Off On Your Big TripSome families enjoy going camping or traveling all across the country to take in the sights, and they often like to do so in style. In other words, they don't pack the mini-van down with luggage and try to fit six people inside. Instead, persons go out and buy a motorhome to ensure that they have enough room for everyone and belongings. Plus, whenever the group gets where they are going, there is no need for them to rent a hotel as they already have a place to stay. 

Heck, some folks even use the recreational vehicles when they attend music festivals like Burning Man or Coachella. The units are a perfect choice for Floridians going out of town for Mardi Gras in New Orleans too. These examples just go to show that motorhomes can be used for a lot of different activities, ones that are both family-friendly and adult-oriented. 

Many of the models are big and hard to steer though. The driver can run into complications when attempting to turn into a driveway or make a... full post

A Seat Belt Issue That Could Put Front Occupants In Harm's Way

A Seat Belt Issue That Could Put Front Occupants In Harm's WayCars, trucks, and SUVs are just like any other product on the market. By the time that they hit the marketplace, the vehicles are supposed to be safe for consumers to use. Of course, anyone in the United States knows that is not always the case. People have heard at least a little something about recalls associated with everything from airbags to seat belts, and more, over the years. Unfortunately, the stories don't usually come with happy, heart-felt endings.

Rather, the incidents often lead to crashes and injuries. Auto collisions are anything but forgiving. They are not fun, and nobody wants to be involved in them. However, sometimes, things happen, and the event is inevitable. Maybe an operator was speeding, not paying enough attention, or driving while intoxicated. Regardless of the reason the wreck, if the wounds that a person sustained were caused by a faulty part, the manufacturer should be held accountable for the damages.

Manufacturer's liability is a legal doctrine that holds manufacturers and sellers accountable for the harm caused by defective products sold on the marketplace. In other words,... full post

Why You Should Always Seek Medical Care After An Automobile Accident

Why You Should Always Seek Medical Care After An Automobile AccidentAfter an accident, it is vital you understand how a body reacts even to the most minor injuries. Your body is not meant to endure the kind of impact even a minor accident can cause. Since most people rarely see the impact coming they cannot brace and prepare themselves for impact. What many people are unaware of is that the body responds to the trauma by releasing chemicals in the body to mask pain and injury symptoms. Some of these injuries include:

● Head Injuries: Without proper diagnosis, a head injury can lead to a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI). The symptoms include: nausea, vomiting, headaches and can affect the person mentally and emotionally. Without treatment, it can worsen. TBIs can impact both your cognitive and physical abilities. Over time, these injuries often lead to people no longer being able to work and live their normal lives.

● Neck And Back Injuries: Damage to the muscle groups in the neck is commonly known as whiplash. The pain from whiplash is not often apparent until later in the day or the day following the accident. Symptoms such... full post

Why You Need A Personal Injury Attorney After A Florida Auto Accident

Why You Need A Personal Injury Attorney After A Florida Auto AccidentEach year, the state of Florida averages 650 crashes per day. Most crashes are caused by intoxication, speeding, texting, and distracted motorists. If you are a victim of this statistic, it can be difficult for you to wade through the legal aftermath of an accident, especially if you are also dealing with your injuries and emotional trauma.

What Can A Personal Injury Lawyer Do For You After An Accident

People often make fun of personal injury attorneys, calling them “sharks” or “ambulance chasers,” but that is because many individuals do not understand what all personal injury attorneys do and have never had to use their services. For example, the attorneys at All Injuries Law Firm know every Florida car accident law and how it affects your case. They will know the proper county and court in which to file. We even know which counties will likely offer better jury awards and can determine how likely it will be that your case will go to court.

Reasons To Hire A Personal Injury Attorney

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What You Need To Know If You Are Hurt In A Bus Accident

What You Need To Know If You Are Hurt In A Bus AccidentWith the improvements in today's public transportation, buses are becoming a more popular option for Florida commuters. Add to that, Florida’s high tourist population, buses are very prevalent on our streets. However, when you get into an accident with or on a bus, it can be very challenging to understand how to proceed. Here is what you need to know about Florida bus accidents.

Understanding Florida’s Legal Bus Classifications

In the state of Florida, commercial bus companies are considered common carriers and are divided into three categories: Long distance transportation buses, charter buses, and commuter buses. Long distance and charter bus accidents usually are high speed collisions and include multiple vehicles and often causing the bus to roll over. In contrast commuter buses usually travel at lower speeds and collisions are usually with another vehicle, pedestrian or a person who is injured as they enter or exit the bus. These differences also impact who to pursue in an accident.

Who Is Liable If You Are In A Bus Accident?

Buses are owned either by municipal or county governments or private companies. If... full post

What You Need To Know About Florida Semi-Truck Accidents

What You Need To Know About Florida Semi-Truck AccidentsWhen an accident occurs with a semi-truck they usually cause more severe injuries than with a car. As a result, in the state of Florida, semi-truck drivers have to obey more stringent requirements to reduce the likelihood of catastrophic accidents. These requirements also make it easier for truck accident victims to receive the compensation they deserve if the truck driver fails to be in compliance with the rules and regulations.

Insurance Requirements For Semi-Truck Drivers

The State of Florida requires all drivers to carry at least $10,000 in liability. For semi-truck drivers, Florida requires them to carry $50,000 minimum up to $750,000 depending on vehicle weight. Those truckers who transport hazardous materials must carry at least $5 million in personal injury and property damage. In addition to insurance, there are some other factors that need to also be taken into consideration:

● Logo Liability: When a semi hits a passenger vehicle, under logo liability there is the possibility that the logo holder on the semi-truck can be held liable for any damages incurred.
● Crash Factors: Over half of semi accidents are not caused by driver error. Often it... full post

What To Do If You Are An Injured Passenger In An Accident

What To Do If You Are An Injured Passenger In An AccidentBeing an injured passenger can be frustrating and leave you feeling helpless since you were completely innocent in the accident. After an accident, you can be facing injuries, lost wages, and unexpected expenses. If you are injured in an accident as a passenger, you have the right to receive compensation to help with these costs. To get started, there are some steps you need to take following the accident.

Steps To Take As An Injured Passenger

If you are a passenger in a motor vehicle accident, you need to do the following:

● Seek medical attention within 72 hours
● Write down all the details of the accident while you still remember them
● Obtain a copy of the police report
● Get the contact and insurance information from all drivers involved
● Get the contact information of any witnesses
● Do not discuss accident details or injuries with other drivers
● Do not give a recorded statement to another person’s insurance company before speaking with a lawyer
● Do not post anything on social media about your accident, injuries or potential case
● Contact a personal injury attorney

From there, your attorney will take over and... full post

This Stall Issue Can Lead To Accidents And Injuries

This Stall Issue Can Lead To Accidents And InjuriesIt can be quite scary when a person's vehicle gets a flat tire or stalls out on a roadway. Motorists, even those here in Florida, are not always the kindest or most sensitive people. They want to get where they are going as fast as possible with no delays. Then, if someone breaks down in the middle of an Interstate or side street, it is not uncommon for other vehicle operators to speed past them without a care in the world. Heck, the drivers may even honk their horns, yell out the window, or give the person an unflattering hand gesture.

However, things happen, for whatever reason, and drivers are not always able to steer their cars to a safe location. Even with the most rigorous maintenance routine, parts and pieces can malfunction from time to time. If such problems occur out on the open road, and another motorist isn't paying attention, they could easily rear-end or T-bone the broken down auto. Car collisions are not particularly kind and gentle. Rather, they usually leave drivers and passengers alike with wounds such... full post