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27 July

Hit-and-Run Leaves Child Injured

According to police, the search is currently underway for a driver who is responsible for causing a multi-vehicle crash that has left a child injured and in the hospital. The crash occurred on the Florida Turnpike on the northbound lands near the Pompano Beach rest stop. According to police, the crash involved three separate vehicles, one of which caused the accident then fled the scene. The injured child

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23 July

Blown Tire Causes Rollover Accident

According to police and a witness, a trip on Interstate 95 ended in a rollover accident caused by a blown tire. A witness caught the entire incident on a dash cam which revealed a pickup truck rolling over. The accident occurred on the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 shortly after 5 p.m. The witness, Fred Kilian, was driving home when he saw the pickup truck in front of him

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20 July

Boating Accidents and Personal Injury

Florida is known as the “Sunshine State” and offers ample boating and cruising opportunities. However, boating and cruise ship accidents occasionally occur, leaving many in Florida with serious injuries. If you have been injured in a boating accident that was not your fault, it is important to have an experienced personal injury attorney review your case and determine if you can collect compensation. There are many factors that need

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16 July

Spinal Cord Injury Rate On The Rise

According to a recent study, the rate of traumatic spinal cord injuries is on the rise, especially among the elderly population. Research shows that the incidence rate of spinal cord injury among the younger male US population has decreased from 1993-2012, while rates for men ages 65 to 74 years has increased to 131 cases per million from a much lower 84 cases per million. A new study

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