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The Most Common Types of Construction Accidents

Whether you are a carpenter, an electrician or a steel worker, all the trades have a couple of significant things in common: 1. You are in the Construction industry, and 2. Your job can be dangerous. Most workers within the industry understand the level of hazards for which they need to look out. However, a[…]

Who Picks You Up After an Uber or Lyft Accident?

A to Z Injury Law in Miami wants to help you fight rideshare negligence When you make the safe choices and still end up injured, you are not alone Whether it is getting home from holiday parties, making a doctor’s appointment when you don’t have a car, or getting to a business meeting while traveling,[…]

Disturbing Truck Accident Statistics Are Sobering for Miami

A to Z Injury Law continues a review of motorist injuries and fatalities While our previous blog touched on the rising danger of truck accidents and fatalities in Miami, we wanted to revisit the subject with some alarming statistics we discovered in the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle report “Traffic Crash Facts[…]

Truck Accidents and Fatalities Are On the Rise in Miami

Truck Accidents and Fatalities Are On the Rise in Miami Miami is infamous for having some of the most chaotic traffic in the country. Whether you’re trying to make it to work through Kendall Dr. and SW 117th early in the morning, trying to get to Wynwood from Brickell City Centre midday or navigating the[…]

Medical Malpractice Lawsuits in Miami – Not Your Average Case

Even Good Hospitals and Doctors Make Mistakes Did you know that more than 250,000 people in America die each year from medical provider negligence and errors, according to a study by Johns Hopkins University. Medical malpractice lawsuits can be among the most difficult personal injury or wrongful death cases to win for a variety of[…]

The Plight of Construction Workers in Miami

Construction Accident Injuries Are Always a Risk Until recently, Miami construction activity was white hot, and while it has slowed down recently due to the Pandemic overall construction in the area is expected to rise by 4.9% in 2021 as the economy begins its rebound, according to Cumming Management Consulting. Building activity ranges from ultra[…]

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