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Can Pedestrians Be Held Liable for Their Injuries?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

According to the CDC, in 2015, approximately one pedestrian died every hour in the United States in a vehicle-related accident. That same year, approximately 129,000 pedestrians were treated for non-fatal injuries that occurred in vehicle-related accidents. Those numbers have remained more or less the same over the past three years. While vehicle operators are… Read More »

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What Are “Intervening Injuries” and How Do They Impact You?

By Stephen M. Barbas |

An intervening injury is one that a person develops after and apart from the injuries that prompted his or her workers’ compensation claim. For example, if you sustained a neck injury in a work-related accident, but then later, while still receiving workers’ compensation benefits, you are involved in a car accident, the doctor may… Read More »

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Pursuing a Claim for Bicycle Accident Injuries in Florida

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Residents of Florida are lucky in that they get to bike year-round. While a majority of the nation is forced to put their bicycles in storage come October, our year-round sunshine and mild temperatures enable us to admire the ocean views, green lawns, bayous, and other sites at a relaxed pace and without a… Read More »

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