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Truck & Commercial Vehicle Accidents

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

If you were involved in an accident with a truck, a tractor-trailer or any type of large commercial vehicle it could be frightening. The sheer size and the weight of the vehicle increases the chances of serious injury. Personal injury attorney Scott Smith says, “If that truck was responsible for the accident, there are… Read More »

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Motorcycle Accidents

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There is nothing quite like it, hopping on your motorcycle and hitting the open road. Bikers know this exhilaration is tough to beat but that exhilaration can turn into a devastation, if you’re involved in a crash. Personal Injury Attorney Scott Smith says, “It’s unfortunate but true.” When you’re on a motorcycle and you… Read More »

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Truck Accidents

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Truck drivers who are speed demons, sleep derived, or under the influence are a danger to all of us. When their negligence causes a crash, the force of impact is likely to produce much more serious injury or even death compared to a passenger vehicle accident, and when it comes to recovering damages, personal… Read More »

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Bikes on Sidewalks

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

You may have noticed that during this COVID-19 outbreak when there is so little to do, a lot more people are out walking, running, biking, or just simply taking a drive around town. There is a lot more competition for space on the roadways and sidewalks, which is why asked personal injury attorney Scott… Read More »

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Why Look for Board Certification?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Here’s a question for you. If you weren’t feeling well, would you go to the veterinarian? How about this, if your kid’s lemonade stand made a few bucks, would you let them invest your life savings? Of course not, generalized knowledge about a subject is one thing. But, if you’ve been injured by someone… Read More »

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Permanent Injuries

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A car accident can be devastating and if the doctor tells you your injuries are permanent, it will likely be overwhelming. Still, even with all the extra stress, there are some important steps you need to take to protect yourself. First, continue to see your doctor. You must continue treatment in order for the… Read More »

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Don’t Take the Insurance Adjuster’s Offer!

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Law enforcement, medical personnel, and the insurance adjuster, they are generally among the first people you will deal with after a car crash. The first two are necessary and appreciated. The third, not always so much. You see, that adjuster works for the insurance company, and you can be sure he or she will… Read More »

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Can I Sue After a Boating Accident?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

Boating is a way of life here in South Florida, but a day in the water can end in disaster if boaters don’t put safety first. Whether you’re on the highway or the high seas, staying cautious, alert, and sober should be non-negotiable. And remember, if you are hurt in a boating accident because… Read More »

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Don’t Take the Adjuster’s Offer of $$$

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

By now you probably know that if you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident and the other driver was to blame, you have grounds for a lawsuit. But did you know you will need to prove negligence by the at-fault driver? So, how do you prove negligence? Scott Smith says it’s a one-word answer:… Read More »

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Can a Passenger Sue?

By Scott Smith Injury Law |

When you are behind the wheel and someone else’s reckless behavior causes an accident, you probably already know you have legal grounds to sue, but what if you are not the driver? Suppose you are just along for the ride and there’s a crash, that answer may not be as clear. So we asked… Read More »

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