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Important Steps to Take Following a Homestead Personal Injury

Following an accident in Homestead where you suffer personal injury, you may not know what steps to take. You may have injuries and need a doctor’s care. You may not be covered by medical insurance. You may have financial difficulties. It is a smart move to go over your case with an experienced Homestead Personal injury Lawyer like Jack Bernstein of Bernstein and Maryanoff who has helped tens of thousands of personal injury victims for more than thirty years. We have approximately thirty firm lawyers, paralegals, and staff members working to help our clients. We will send someone to sign up your personal injury case to your home, office or hospital.
 


Our Office Charges Attorney Fees Only If We Win Your Case

If no money is won for you, you don’t owe us any attorney fees. Insurance company’s hire licensed insurance representatives to work on your Homestead personal injury accident case. Call the Homestead Personal Injury Law office of Bernstein and Maryanoff now and speak to them at 1-800-429-4529 (4LAW) or 305-253-1000 and we’ll give you a free consultation. You can email them at info@Bernsteinandmaryanoff.com

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Explaining the Dangers of Florida’s Lenient Child Seat Law

Anyone who drives with a child understands that the child needs to be secured properly in the backseat so that he or she can remain as safe as possible while traveling. Florida is like every other jurisdiction in the United States that has laws on the books that require the use of child safety seats, but it is also the state with the most lenient laws in the country in this regard. If your child has been injured because of the lack of a child safety seat, you need to seek the help of Florida car accident lawyers as soon as possible. Below is a brief overview of the issue.

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Florida Sexual Abuse Lawyers Explaining Dangers of Babysitters

Most of us had the experience of having a babysitter take care of us when we were young when our parent or parents wanted to take some time alone.

Many times, a babysitter will come from a personal recommendation from a neighbor, a friend or a general acquaintance. While the majority of these arrangements provide the positive experience that everyone needs, there are situations where things can go terribly wrong. If this has happened to your child, contact the police and seek the help of experienced Florida sexual abuse lawyers immediately.

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Explaining the Dangers of Slow Driving

When people drive on the highway, they tend to notice the dangers and risks created when someone is driving too fast for the conditions. However, this is not the only dangerous speed-related problem with drivers in Miami. People who drive too slowly also create serious problems, and anyone who has been harmed by such a driver should seek the help of experienced Miami car accident lawyers immediately. In the meantime, below is a brief overview of this issue.

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Explaining the Concept of Superseding Cause

When someone is injured in a Florida car accident and that person files a Florida personal injury lawsuit, the plaintiff generally needs to prove that the defendant was negligent by proving the four elements of negligence. However, there are cases where a third party is involved in the resulting injuries suffered, and these complicated situations require the help of experienced Florida car accident lawyers who can help sort out these matters and hold the appropriate party or parties accountable. Below is a brief overview of this legal nuance.

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Explaining the Dangers of Weaving

Anyone who has driven in Miami understands that the city is home to some of the worst traffic congestion in the United States. While bumper-to-bumper traffic that moves along at a crawl will test anyone’s patience, conditions that involve heavy traffic where vehicles still move at a high rate of speed are more dangerous for many reasons. One of those reasons is the tendency for some drivers to weave in and out of lanes. Anyone who has been harmed as a result of this action needs to seek the help of experienced Miami car accident lawyers, and below is an overview of this problem.

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Explaining the Risks Involved with Tailgating

Driving in Miami can be a challenge for anyone, especially when one considers the congested conditions that are notorious in this area. Congestion leads to slower trips and commutes, and it can lead to a buildup of frustration for those behind the wheel. Frustration can lead to bad decisions, and one of those bad decisions that drivers make is to follow the vehicle in front of them too closely, which is also known as tailgating. Anyone who has been harmed because of this act needs to seek the help of experienced Miami car accident lawyers, and below is a brief overview of this problem.

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Explaining the Risk of Passing Lane Driving

Almost 250,000 Florida car accidents occur every year. Many of these accidents occur on the highway, and anyone who is interested in promoting safety on the roads in Florida should begin by understanding and recognizing behavior that’s dangerous. One of those behaviors is driving at a low rate of speed in the left, or passing lane. Anyone who has suffered as a result of this mistake should seek the help of Miami car accident lawyers, but in the meantime below is a brief overview of the issue.

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Explain the Process of Collecting a Judgment

When someone is injured in a car accident and that person seeks the help of Florida car accident lawyers, he or she has taken a very wise step in terms of protecting his or her legal rights. However, if a Florida personal injury lawsuit is filed and the case is successful, everyone should understand that the amount of money rendered in a judgment for the plaintiff does not simply appear in that person’s bank account instantaneously. Instead, collecting the monies owed on a judgment is a process that also requires the help of Florida car accident lawyers. Below is a brief explanation of this process.

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Explaining General Costs of Injuries

When Florida car accidents take place and someone is injured as a result of the other driver’s negligence, it can lead to an outpouring of costs and financial losses that can quickly spiral out of control. Estimates indicate that car accidents in the United States cost the public at large approximately $200 billion in overall losses. Unfortunately, a large amount of these costs are paid by those who could have recaptured these losses with the help of Florida car accident lawyers. Below is a brief overview of what a typical Florida car accident can cost someone who has been wrongfully injured.

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Explaining Pain and Suffering

When people are injured in Florida car accidents and file Florida personal injury lawsuits in order to protect their rights, the plaintiffs often plead for specific types of damages. While certain types of damages are self-explanatory, there is one form of damages that can lead to some confusion. That form of damages is known as pain and suffering. Florida car accident lawyers will generally plead for pain and suffering damages in a Florida personal injury lawsuit, and below you’ll find a brief explanation of what this form of damages is meant to compensate.

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Explaining Different Crash Environments

Florida is a state with a diverse landscape and even more diverse driving conditions. Anyone in a vehicle could be driving through an ultra-modern business district in an urban setting and less than an hour later experience surroundings that seem to never have been impacted by human inhabitation. Unfortunately, Florida car accidents occur in every setting, and while anyone who’s been injured in a crash should seek the help of Florida car accident lawyers, below is a breakdown of the different crash environments in Florida.

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Explaining the Nature of Evidence

When a Miami auto accident occurs and one driver is believed to be responsible for the injuries suffered by others, it often gives rise to a Florida personal injury lawsuit. Despite the complete saturation of every form of media with advertisements from Miami auto accident lawyers who can make collecting damages from a negligent driver seem very easy, the reality is that successfully pursuing a claim is a process that requires skill, experience, knowledge of the law and of procedures.

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Explaining the Process of Discovery

When a Miami auto accident occurs that injures someone because of the other driver’s negligence, the scenario that unfolds afterwards can be extremely confusing and unfamiliar to anyone who does not possess legal experience. If the injured person seeks the help of Miami auto accident lawyers and they decide to file a Florida personal injury lawsuit, it sets in motion an entire range of events that are always involved with any legal claim.

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Explaining the Horror of Head-On Crashes

Florida auto accidents occur in any number of ways, and the different types of collisions that occur can lead to different results. The common theme among the different results of these types of collisions is that the majority of them lead to injuries and other types of damage, but one type of collision specifically involves particularly horrific results – the head-on collision.

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Explaining the Element of Causation

When someone is injured by someone else in Florida, the law allows for the filing of a Florida personal injury lawsuit to recover compensation in the form of monetary damages. Despite the fact that media of all forms is saturated with advertisements from Miami personal injury lawyers that makes such a recovery of damages seem simple, the reality is that succeeding with such a claim requires skill, knowledge and experience.

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Explaining Breach of Duty of Care

When Florida auto accidents occur and someone is injured because of the negligence of the other driver, it sets in motion a series of events. Such an occurrence also gives rise to the need for an accurate legal analysis by an experienced Florida auto accident lawyer so that the person who was injured understands what his or her legal rights and duties could be.

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Explaining Whiplash Injuries

When Florida auto accidents occur, injuries result from a majority of these occurrences. While there are innumerable injuries that can result from Florida auto accidents, one of the most common and most difficult to deal with in terms of success with a Florida personal injury lawsuit is whiplash. Below is an overview of this injury, but rest assured that if you suffer from whiplash as a result of an auto accident, you still have legal rights that need to be enforced with the help of an experienced Florida auto accident lawyer.

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Explaining the Reality of Teen Drivers

Auto insurance companies remain profitable because they are extremely skilled at the art of assigning risk. There are many different variables that help to define risk for insurance companies when it comes to the possibility of getting into auto accidents, and one of those variables is the age of the driver.

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Explaining Leading Causes of Collisions

Florida auto accidents occur at a staggering rate, with more than 700 happening every day and more than 250,000 on an annual basis. While some consider this a mere byproduct of living in a state with a high population and high tourist numbers, others consider this to be a growing problem in regards to overall public safety.

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Florida Auto Accident Lawyers Explaining the Criminal vs. Civil Process

Many times when an auto accident occurs in Florida, the driver who was at fault for the accident and resulting injuries, fatalities or property damage will be arrested and charged with a crime. The charge that’s most often levied against the defendant involves DUI, but there are other crimes for which a negligent or reckless driver can be charged as well.

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