April is distracted driving awareness month in the United States. Did you know that each year, approximately 3,000-5,000 fatalities result from distracted driving? And it’s not just the fatalities that significantly add up — distracted driving results in over 350,000 injuries each year.
Distracted Driving Awareness Month/in Car Accidents /by WRZ Law
Types of Brain Injuries and Symptoms/in Personal Injury /by WRZ Law
March is National Brain Injury Awareness Month/in Personal Injury /by WRZ Law
March brings National Brain Injury Awareness Month. It’s the perfect time to not only learn about brain injuries but also dive into ways to learn how to avoid them. Read more
What is Pain and Suffering?/in Personal Injury /by WRZ Law
The legal term “pain and suffering” refers to the mental and physical pain someone experiences during and after an injury from an accident. It can be both physical and emotional, and it may require the opinion of a medical professional as proof in a personal injury lawsuit. The value of your case may increase if you are able to prove that you have experienced physical pain or mental suffering directly tied to the accident. Read more
Nine Tips for Dealing with Other Driver’s Insurance/in Car Accidents, Personal Injury /by WRZ Law
Dealing with car accident insurance and insurance claims related to an injury accident can be a challenge. Initially, you will need to call your insurance company to file your claim and provide basic information. But, most accident victims are unprepared for the call they will receive from the other driver’s insurance company. It is important to be prepared for this call so that their insurance adjuster does not have the upper hand, leading you to say something that may reduce the value of your case or admit fault. Read more
Proposed Florida Housing Bills Unfavorable To Homeowners/in Construction Defects, Personal Injury /by WRZ Law
Buyers Beware – Florida Housing Bills Will Hurt Homeowners. Senate bill (SB 736) and House bill (HB 583) effectively does away with causes of action under the Florida statute that is the enforcement mechanism for the Florida Building Code. There’s still time to stop this, find out how.