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Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Personal Injury Lawyer

Seeking Justice after a Hit and Run Accident

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The aftermath of a car accident can be a chaotic place. Even minor traffic accidents are jarring, and more serious ones can result in severe injuries and property damage that can be very disorienting. This level of confusion can be made even worse in the case of a hit and run car accident. Florida… Read More »

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Building a Personal Injury Case

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When people picture lawyers at work, the first scene that usually comes to mind is someone standing in a courtroom in a suit interrogating a witness or making a speech to the jury. While that can a key part of many personal injury cases, it skips over much of the groundwork that leads up… Read More »

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The Jobs of the Judge and Jury

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The court system is full of people with specific jobs to do, but those jobs can often be confusing to people who do not often interact with the court system, such as personal injury victims. One particular point of confusion is the different roles the judge and jury play in the system. After all,… Read More »

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School Bus Safety Tips for Drivers and Students

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

With children going back to school over the next few weeks, it means that there is going to be an uptick in school bus traffic on the roads. While everyone should know the basic legal rules about driving near school buses, such as not passing them when the stop sign is extended, there are… Read More »

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Florida Introduces “Safe Phone Zones” to Discourage Distracted Driving

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

The fact that distracted driving causes accidents is not news to anyone. Concerns about distracted driving stretch back to the early 1900s when Chevrolet introduced the first car radio and opponents proposed laws banning them for fear that they would increase accidents. Now, cell phone calls and texting have raised similar concerns, causing significant… Read More »

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Finding the Party Responsible For Your Car Accident

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

When a two parties go to court for a traffic accident, it is fundamentally all about assigning fault for the car crash. The judge hears evidence to determine who was responsible for causing the crash and whether it was caused by some sort of wrongful or careless behavior. However with hundreds of thousands of… Read More »

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After an Accident with a Drunk Driver

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Often, the most difficult types of car accidents to be involved in are those where the other party was driving while under the influence of alcohol. While all accidents are the result of a person’s carelessness, it can be especially hard to deal with the fact that injuries in a drunk driving accident happened… Read More »

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Does an Accident Victim’s Own Carelessness Affect Their Recovery?

By Michael Pike |

Many people talk about personal injury lawsuits in clear cut terms, with an injured victim on one side and the defendant who caused it on the other. However, real life can often be murkier than that. Sometimes, a person injured in an accident was being careless too, and that carelessness helped cause the accident… Read More »

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Be Careful Who You Trust: Understanding the Tort of Negligent Entrustment

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

One of the most surprising areas of personal injury law for many people are the various ways that injuries caused by one party can be legally attributed to another. Sometimes, this can be intuitive, such as suing an employer for the careless act of an employee. However, the law can also hold people responsible… Read More »

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Ways to Spot Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

By Michael Pike and Daniel Lustig |

Placing an elderly loved one in a nursing home can be a difficult decision. After all, it involves trusting other people with the care of important family members. It can be made even more difficult given the prevalence of nursing home abuse. In fact, over 40 percent of elders in nursing homes have experienced… Read More »

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