Personal Injury Lawyers,
Jacksonville, FL


Is Failure to Diagnose Considered Medical Malpractice?

We often rely on the expertise of doctors and other medical professionals when dealing with health conditions. Medical conditions can be managed when they're promptly and accurately diagnosed. Yet, doctors sometimes fail to diagnose or delay diagnosing a condition, which may constitute medical malpractice. In this blog, we discuss how prevalent the problem is, the...

Read More »

Some Dangerous Truckers Could Lose Commercial Driving Privileges

Commercial trucks are significantly larger and heavier than most other vehicles on the road. This size and weight disparity means that collisions involving semi-trucks are more likely to result in serious injury or death, especially for drivers in smaller passenger vehicles. Tractor-trailers also have longer stopping distances and limited maneuverability. That’s why commercial truckers are...

Read More »

Will Commercial Trucks Ever Be Equipped With Speed Limiters?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently revised its speed limiter entry in the U.S. Department of Transportation's September 2023 Significant Rulemaking Report. According to the original report, the FMCSA's proposed rulemaking on speed limiters would impose a top speed of 68 mph on most commercial motor vehicles. One of the main goals is...

Read More »

Florida Had the 3rd Most Truck Accidents in 2022

Florida had the third-most truck accidents in 2022 compared to other states nationwide, according to a recent news story. The report highlights the alarming frequency of commercial truck wrecks in Florida and serves as a grim reminder of how these crashes often result in severe and fatal injuries. Given the prevalence of tractor-trailer accidents...

Read More »

Jacksonville, FL Records 100th Traffic Fatality of 2023

A recent report by News4JAX reveals that Jacksonville suffered its 100th traffic fatality of the year. This grim milestone includes a significant number of fatal bicycle and pedestrian accidents, underscoring the city's concerning traffic death toll and the need to hold negligent drivers accountable. "According to data from the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, in the first...

Read More »

Proposed Rule Aims to Prevent Thousands of Rear-End Truck Accidents

A proposed federal regulation requiring heavy trucks to be equipped with automatic emergency braking (AEB) systems could help prevent rear-end truck accidents, which are among the most severe and catastrophic types of motor vehicle crashes on our roads. "Today's announcement is an important step forward in improving safety on our nation's roadways by reducing, and...

Read More »

Jacksonville Ranked 3rd in Bicyclist Deaths Per Capita

Cyclist fatalities have risen dramatically in recent years. A recent study found that Jacksonville is one of the deadliest major cities in America for bicyclists. As Axios reported last month, from 2017 through 2021, Jacksonville averaged 7.7 bicycle fatalities per million residents. Only two other cities in America — New Orleans and Tucson — had...

Read More »

Jacksonville Named the Most Dangerous City for Motorcyclists

From 2011-2021, motorcycle accidents in Jacksonville increased by 282%. Florida's vibrant motorcycle culture thrives year-round, thanks to the state's beautiful weather and open roads. However, this enviable advantage has an unfortunate drawback: elevated rates of motorcycle crashes. In Florida, far too many drivers lack a comprehensive understanding of motorcycles and fail to share the road...

Read More »

Wide Right Turn Truck Accidents Are Dangerous

Truckers must take safety measures to prevent serious & fatal truck accidents Tractor-trailers are common sights on the roads in and around Jacksonville. They are very large vehicles that are difficult to maneuver, which is why drivers are required to undergo training before being granted a Commercial Driver's License (CDL). One of the most dangerous...

Read More »

Pajcic & Pajcic
1 Independent Dr Suite 1900
Jacksonville, FL 32202

Local: 904-358-8881

Fax: 904-354-1180