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Category Archives: Personal Injury

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What is Pain and Suffering and How is it Calculated?

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

When a person has been involved in an accident, you may hear the term “pain and suffering.” A person can experience multiple damages in a car accident, and pain and suffering is one of them. Damages such as medical bills, lost wages and property damage can be easily calculated. You just add up all… Read More »

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Florida Negligence Laws

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

If you are involved in a car crash, slip and fall or other type of accident in Florida, it’s important to understand your rights to compensation. What you may not know is that if you are involved in an accident and severely injured, you may still be considered partially liable for your role in… Read More »

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When Mechanical Problems Cause Car Accidents

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

While distracted driving, fatigue and drunk driving are three common causes of car accidents, there’s another issue that drivers need to be aware of: mechanical problems. A car that is not well-maintained can develop problems with the steering, brakes, tires and electrical components. These issues can make an accident more likely to occur. Some… Read More »

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Dealing with a Traumatic Brain Injury After an Accident

By Barry S. Mittelberg |

A traumatic brain injury occurs when a blow to the head disrupts the brain’s normal functioning. This can happen when an object pierces the skull or, more commonly, when the head hits an object, such as in a car accident or slip and fall. Traumatic brain injuries are very common, with 1.7 million new… Read More »

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