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Monthly Archives: December 2019

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Teen’s Invention May Help Prevent Blindspot-Related Car Accidents

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

The features of cars that have done the most to reduce the rate of accidents and car accident-related injuries are not necessarily the newest or flashiest. The humble seatbelt has prevented more accidents than the (admittedly useful) rear-facing camera or the dreaded heads up display (HUD) can hope to prevent. Mirrors are as old… Read More »

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JROTC Training

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Schools have a responsibility to keep students safe. In fact, according to the law, the owners and operators of all properties have a legal responsibility to prevent avoidable accidents on their premises. The original purpose of premises liability laws was to protect customers injured in accidents at retail stores, guest injured at hotels, patrons… Read More »

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Tesla Doors Malfunction After Accident, Killing Driver Trapped Inside

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Even skeptics are coming around to the idea that electric cars are the wave of the future, and Tesla is an industry leader. The company has achieved progress in convincing consumers that, in addition to being better for the environment, electric cars are at least as safe as cars powered by petroleum engines. Fears… Read More »

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The Trouble with Brightline Trains in South Florida

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

In so many ways, getting hit by a train is worse than getting hit by a car. Whereas it is easy to find billboards and TV commercials encouraging people who have been injured in car accidents to contact a personal injury lawyer, one rarely finds ads targeting people who were hit by trains, because… Read More »

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