The Internet of Things tends to create buzz among tech-enthusiasts with the way by which it connects objects to objects, objects to people and people to people. This has impacted countless industries and changed the lives of billions, but how might you ask is technology affecting the auto insurance industry?
According to a recent AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety study, the percentage of crashes involving drowsiness is eight times higher than federal estimates indicate.
If and when you settle on nursing home care for a loved one, you probably imagine a scenario where around-the-clock care is administered in a nurturing and safe environment. The reality, unfortunately, can be quite different.
With so many vehicles on the road, especially this time of year, safety is and should always remain your top priority. Seatbelts should always be worn no matter what seat you find yourself in. Properly installed car seats should always be used for children. And remaining undistracted should always be a top priority of anyone behind the wheel. However, even if you take all the necessary precautions, accidents are still a reality.
The holidays are some of the most congested travel days of the year. We’re eager to get home to spend time with loved ones and it’s inevitable that we’ll bear witness to several accidents while on the road. Unfortunately, with an increase in distracted drivers rushing off to holiday celebrations, this time of the year is also one of the deadliest when it comes to traffic accidents.
It’s not every day as an attorney in South Florida that you get to argue in front of the Supreme Court of Florida. But for Weinstein & Cohen Founding Partner Judson Cohen, he got to do exactly that. As Chair of the Florida Bar Rules Judicial Administration Committee (RJAC), Cohen appeared before the Florida Supreme Court this week to argue on behalf of changing a Florida legal rule as it pertains to the computation of time for response.
Florida is a “No-Fault” insurance state as it relates to automobile liability insurance so the likelihood you will ever see the inside of a courtroom after an accident in Naples, Florida is…well, it depends on the actual accident itself. It may sound a little confusing, so let’s take a step back and examine all the pieces.
For the most part, simple rear end collision cases are usually not the most complex to resolve. We work with the defendant’s attorney and all the insurance companies involved to come to a reasonable settlement, or when needed, take the case to trial and litigate based on the facts and evidence in the case. Our aggressive and hard-nosed style of legal representation favors our clients in this regard and it has allowed us to achieve fair and just compensation on their behalf across a wide range of case sizes.
Witnessing a car crash can be a harrowing experience, especially if you just avoided the crash yourself. Your first instinct may be to immediately pull over and help out. But should you? If you do, to what extend should you actually help? Are you obligated by law to stop or even provide a statement?
With school beginning in Miami-Dade County, it’s time to reinforce how important it is to wear a seat belt – no matter where you are sitting in a vehicle. According to many safety experts, we’re careless when it comes to buckling up, especially in the rear seats of a car. A new study released a short time ago finds that rear seat passengers can become human missiles in an accident, injuring not just themselves, but those in the front seats as well.
Our team has demonstrated the ability to achieve fair and just compensation for our clients. We are an aggressive litigation firm known for the absolute highest quality representation and staffed by the finest and most skilled litigators, paralegals, investigators and support staff.
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