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Why Do Large Commercial Trucks Get Into Accidents?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Every day, we share the road with trucks. Not just the family or small work truck, but large, 18-wheeler tractor trailer trucks. Your car or SUV is no match for a large tractor trailer truck. Combined with the truck’s sheer size and weight the truck itself may be carrying heavy or even flammable cargo,… Read More »

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Court Says You Can’t Waive Strict Liability Claims

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Hold harmless agreements (sometimes called exculpatory clauses) are agreements that you sign that make you agree that should you be injured on someone else’s property, you will not have the ability to sue. These kinds of agreements are often used when you engage in sports, activities, athletic events, extreme sports, or action or activity… Read More »

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What Is Loss Of Consortium In An Injury Case?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

If you are injured in an accident, you actually may not be the only one injured. Your spouse may also be injured, even though he or she was never even in the accident. Your spouse’s injury is more indirect than yours. Your spouse has suffered through you, and through the loss of the relationship… Read More »

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What To Know Before Hosting Thanksgiving Dinner

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

As the holiday season approaches, it’s important to plan ahead for this year’s festivities. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, you should be aware of some important pieces of information to keep in mind, especially if you’re planning to host this year’s dinner. Please take note of the following facts while keeping your guests’… Read More »

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How And Why Are Experts Used In A Personal Injury Case?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

You’ve probably heard of experts being used in cases, and in many previous blogs, we’ve spoken about unique types of experts. But how are experts used, and when are they needed? There is actually more fighting between the parties over experts that you may think, and expert testimony isn’t just automatically admitted into court…. Read More »

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Injured By A Dog? The Dog’s Owner May Have To Compensate You

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Dogs are our best friends, and provide love and companionship to us. But it’s easy to forget that dogs are also hunters, meat eaters, and can be aggressive at times. When someone is injured as a result of a dog bite, they can sue, but there are a lot of issues in dog bite… Read More »

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Can You Use Records Of Prior Accidents To Prove Your Injury Case?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When someone is injured on another’s property, or is injured in a nursing home, or as a result of medical malpractice, the first thing the victim may wonder is whether others have been injured the exact same way. After all, what better evidence could there be of a dangerous condition, or of one’s propensity… Read More »

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Is A Police Report Admissible As Evidence In A Personal Injury Case?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

After a car accident, the police will come and investigate the scene of the accident. The officer will interview the participants, survey the scene, and issue a traffic or accident report detailing how the accident happened. Often, the report will contain the officer’s conclusion about how the accident happened and who is ultimately at… Read More »

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How Long Can A Truck Driver Legally Drive At One Time?

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Trucking accidents can be devastating. When you have a massive, heavy, 18-wheeler or tractor trailer truck colliding with normal vehicles, the normal vehicles, and the occupants inside of them, rarely stand much of a chance. Tired and Overworked Drivers There are a lot of reasons why trucking accidents happen, but one major reason is… Read More »

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Tips To Stay Safe While Evacuating Palm Beach County

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Palm Beach County Mayor Robert Weinroth announced an evacuation of coastal neighborhoods and other vulnerable areas to prepare for a possible hit from the storm expected to become Hurricane Nicole. The county ordered the evacuation of zones A and B, which includes barrier islands, low-lying areas and mobile home communities. To check your evacuation… Read More »

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