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Blog Posts in March, 2014

How Much Does a Spinal Cord Injury Really Cost?

The cost of a spinal cord injury depends largely on many factors: the location of your injury, the severity of your injury, your age, and the prognosis for recovery. The younger you are when you ...
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Filing a Wrongful Death Claim in Florida

When the death of a loved one is caused by the wrongful act, neglect, or default of another person or entity, you may be entitled to file a wrongful death claim in the state of Florida. Even though no ...
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Ways to Prevent an Underride or Rear-Impact Truck Accident

South Florida, particularly Miami and Fort Lauderdale, is a popular destination for a variety of large commercial trucks and big rigs. From organic produce to hazardous chemicals, commercial trucks ...
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Toyota and GM Carmakers Concealing Safety Defects

Toyota and GM have both been in the news lately for concealing safety defects from the general public, resulting in numerous injuries and deaths. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., addressed the ...
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