Florida’s Failed Attempts to Prohibit Texting & Driving Require Action

Last Summer, the criminal case of a Massachusetts teenager became national news when he was sentenced to two years in prison for causing an automobile accident that resulted in severe personal injuries and death while texting and driving.  According to reports I have found, Florida remains only one of five states left that does not… 
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PIP Reform Found Unconstitutional – Round 1 in the Books

In 2012, the Florida Legislature passed sweeping changes to Florida’s Personal Injury Protection (PIP) laws.  These changes went into effect on January 1, 2013.  For purposes of today’s blog, I would point out that part of the change included that persons involved in automobile accidents could no longer use PIP for massage therapists and acupuncturists. … 
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Auto Accident Claims: Re-injuring a “Bad Back”

A common issue that arises in automobile accident claims is a new client that has been injured in an automobile accident, but also has a history of similar injuries or complaints in the past.  This raises a general question:  If someone with a preexisting history of treatment for a spinal injury is in an automobile… 
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