Recovering from Injury

Auto Accidents And Pre-Existing Conditions: What You Need To Know

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If you are involved in an auto accident that exasperates a pre-existing condition you have, you may have many questions. A pre-existing condition is a condition or injury that you already have, such as a bad back or neck injury. Here are three questions frequently asked by people who find themselves in a situation similar to yours. What Am I Entitled to If I File a Personal Injury Claim for a Pre-Existing Condition?…

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What Could Potential Changes To Florida's Dog Bite Laws Mean For You?

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If you’re a dog owner in Florida, you may already be aware of your state’s relatively draconian laws governing injuries caused by dogs. While some states have a “one bite” rule that essentially eliminates liability for a bite from a dog never known to be aggressive, Florida courts can order the euthanasia of a dog for a single injury – even one deemed to have been provoked. The constitutionality of this law is now being challenged in state court.…

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High-Risk Pregnancy And Auto Accidents: Who's At-Fault For Your Premature Delivery?

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If your high-risk pregnancy ended with the early delivery of your baby because of a devastating auto accident, contact a personal injury attorney now. Although you qualify for compensation and medical care, the other driver’s insurance company may deny your benefits, because it thinks your decision to drive during your high-risk pregnancy led to your baby’s premature birth. However, a personal injury lawyer can prove otherwise. Here are two critical things in your case that help an accident attorney win your case.…

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