Personal Injury Lawyers,
Jacksonville, FL


100 Deadliest Days: Summer Brings Spike in Teen Driver Deaths

The period between Memorial Day and Labor Day, known as the "100 Deadliest Days," marks the most dangerous time of year for teen drivers. During these summer months, an average of seven people lose their lives daily in car accidents involving teen drivers, according to AAA. Last year in Florida alone, nearly 20,000 crashes involving...

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Ride Smart Florida Offers Tips to Help Prevent Motorcycle Accidents

In Florida, motorcycle accidents pose a significant safety concern. Despite the thriving motorcycle culture, many motorists in larger vehicles fail to prioritize safety and share the road with motorcyclists. To address this concern, Ride Smart Florida highlights the importance of Motorcycle Safety. In recent years, too many motorcyclists have lost their lives in preventable motorcycle accidents...

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Florida Highlights Distracted Driving Awareness Month to Promote Safe Driving

In Florida, a crash occurs every 44 seconds, and one in seven crashes involves distracted driving. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. In observance, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV), the Florida Highway Patrol, and campaign partners are reminding drivers to avoid distractions. Distracted driving is a growing concern on...

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Types of Brain Injuries Caused by Medical Malpractice

What to do when medical negligence contributes to a TBI During Brain Injury Awareness Month, Pajcic & Pajcic is committed to raising awareness about the various types of brain injuries resulting from medical malpractice. By shedding light on these issues, we hope to put a spotlight on the potential risks associated with medical errors. Here’s...

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Could CDL Testing Changes Mean More Inexperienced Drivers?

Large commercial vehicles such as tractor-trailers require specialized skills and knowledge to operate safely due to their size, weight, and unique handling. An unqualified driver can easily cause a truck accident that results in severe injuries or fatalities. That’s why drivers are required to undergo training before they are allowed to have a Commercial Driver’s...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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