May 2021 - A to Z Personal Injury Law Miami

Month: May 2021

6 Common Types of Medical Malpractice

Every year, thousands of people die in America because of different kinds of cases of medical malpractice. Nationwide, medical malpractice impacts the lives of not only those they’ve erroneously damaged, but they also impact the family and friends of the victim. When this happens it is important to seek out an experienced team of personal[…]

What to Do After a Motorcycle Accident

According to the NHTSA, motorcyclists are only 5% of the total drivers on the road. Yet, on the other hand, research has shown that motorcycle accidents in Miami and all across America have happened 27 times more frequently than car accidents. Therefore, you must be familiar with what you need to do after you get[…]

Get What You Deserve by Calling the Uber Attorney in Miami

Ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft are popular forms of transportation to get where you want to go. They are trendy, with people focusing on affordability and the ease of using them to get to their destinations. The average fare is $20.00, and there is a ride-hailing application that connects with a driver nearby.[…]

When to File a Personal Injury Claim After a Construction Accident

Construction jobs are one of the most dangerous in the U.S., and accidents are continually on the rise. As a result, cases involving construction workers are common in Miami. If you have recently been injured on the job and you want to file a lawsuit, contact a construction accident lawyer in Miami at A to[…]

What Factors Help Determine the Settlement for a Motorcycle Accident?

Unfortunately, motorcycle accidents are still too common. Time and time again, we see or hear about someone getting hit by a car while on a motorcycle.    Despite car accidents happening far more frequently than motorcycle accidents, they are not nearly as deadly or dangerous. While in a car, the driver and passengers have the[…]

What to Ask Your Doctor After an Accident

Research by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that approximately 40 million people in America visit the doctor’s office seeking attention for unintentional injuries every year. If you’ve been injured, you should instantly visit a doctor for the injuries that you’ve sustained. Whether it was an injury at work or from a[…]

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