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Blog Posts in May, 2015

Top 5 Common Mistakes After a Car Accident

You have probably heard the expressions "everybody makes mistakes" when people talk about minor mistakes. In most situations, a little error might not affect anything, if it was even ...
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Is A Car Accident Attorney Necessary?

In the event of a car accident, even if you are uninjured, you may be disoriented and shaken. It is likely you may not know what to do next, or you may forget the proper procedures that should follow. ...
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What Did Your Car Accident Cost You?

According to findings from a study conducted by the Insurance Research Council (IRC), in 2013, the average liability claim for property damage was $3231 and auto liability claims for bodily damage ...
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Uninsured Drivers & How They Affect You

Although a requirement for licensed drivers in Florida, countless people get behind the wheel every day without car insurance. This negligent choice directly affects you and other drivers on the road. ...
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