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  • The Strip Worst Spot for Rubberneckers

    February 11, 2013

    Ask Las Vegas residents and tourists alike what the most congested spot in the Valley is, and many will immediately respond: The Strip. The hotels, cars, pedestrians, cabs, limos, and buses that occupy The Strip make it arguably the most crowded stretch of road in the area. Consequently, it is often the site of numerous […]

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  • The Call or Text Can Wait Until You Are Parked

    February 08, 2013

    We have all heard the warnings regarding cell phone use and driving. Whether it is because of a call or a text, most drivers have, on one occasion or another, responded to one or the other. And, many drivers can also relate stories of near misses while they were distracted by cell phones. Unfortunately, many […]

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  • There’s No Such Thing as a Routine Car Accident

    February 05, 2013

    If you talk to members of the Weston Police Department, watch the news, or read the newspaper, you will hear or see reports of a car accident at least every day, such that the accidents come to seem routine: just another collision, another report to write up, the same citations to write or charges to […]

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  • Risks Abound in The Entertainment Capital of the World

    January 29, 2013

    There are a lot of things for which Las Vegas is famous. Known as the Gambling Capital of the World, Sin City, and The Entertainment Capital, most people are familiar with Vegas’ Strip, the Fremont Experience, glamorous showgirls, and 24-hour, non-stop gambling. What many people are not aware of, however, is the risk for personal […]

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  • Las Vegas Dog Ordinances Intended to Keep Everyone Safe

    January 18, 2013

    Like most cities in the nation, Las Vegas has ordinances in place that require dog owners to keep their dogs properly restrained. Such regulations are intended to keep everyone safe, dogs and humans inclusive. However, despite the regulations, not all dog owners exercise responsible ownership, and that can often lead to injury should an attack […]

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  • Judge Allows for Punitive Damages in Plantation Auto Accident Caused by Texting

    January 16, 2013

    In a landmark decision, a judge recently allowed for punitive damages to be pursued in the case of a Plantation auto accident that was caused by texting. Several bills to ban texting while driving have failed to get through both houses of Florida’s state legislature in recent years. Foes of the bills have argued that […]

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  • Pedestrian Accident in Deerfield Beach a Tragic Reminder of Roadway Dangers

    January 15, 2013

    A 48-year-old Deerfield Beach woman recently suffered personal injury in a pedestrian accident. She later died from her injuries in a tragic reminder for all of us of the havoc that can be wreaked in a motor vehicle accident. Anytime anyone is the victim of such an accident, a personal injury attorney in Deerfield Beach […]

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  • When Pembroke Pines Residents Have to Prove an Injury, Having an Attorney Helps

    January 14, 2013

    If you live in Pembroke Pines and sustain any type of serious injury, you would probably assume that a claim would be filed with an insurance company, your expenses would be covered, and life would go on. However, even though that is a reasonable expectation, it is often not how reality plays out. In fact, […]

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  • Nerve Injury Can Result from a Variety of Accidents

    January 11, 2013

    Coconut Creek injury victims should be aware of a condition known as complex regional pain syndrome. If you have acquired this syndrome, it may be necessary for you to hire an attorney to help you in your efforts to pursue whatever benefits to which you may be entitled because complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is […]

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  • Confusing Construction on Las Vegas Roadways

    January 10, 2013

    Tourists in Las Vegas, as well as area residents, can often be confused by the construction that always seems to be present on area roadways. Unfortunately, when drivers are not properly warned of upcoming construction, closures, or shifting of lanes, or uneven road surfaces, an accident can result. If you have been injured in a […]

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