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Tag Archives: Florida Car Accidents


June is National Safety Month

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

The National Safety Council has named the month of June as National Safety Month, a timely reminder that accidents injure and claim the lives of too many people each year. According to statistics kept by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), about 146,000 unintentional injury deaths occurred each year. To improve safety, follow the… Read More »

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Can I Receive Pain and Suffering Damages in a Car Accident?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Florida’s no-fault insurance scheme helps injured victims receive quick compensation to pay for medical care and subsidize a portion of their lost wages. However, the scheme has several downsides, one of which is that you generally cannot receive any compensation for pain and suffering. Fortunately, there are some decent-sized exceptions to the law. If… Read More »

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Can Wearing a Seatbelt Affect your Personal Injury Claim?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Statistics show that wearing seatbelts drastically reduces the chance of fatality during a car accident, but did you know it might also help your personal injury claim be successful? Florida’s seat belt laws require individuals in the front seat and anyone under 18 to wear a seat belt, regardless of where they’re sitting. However,… Read More »

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When Documenting Your Injuries After a Car Accident, the First 24 Hours Are the Most Important

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Not all car accidents result in devastating injuries or fatalities. That being said, accidents that are not catastrophic can still ultimately lead to damages. In fact, many people have walked away from what appear to be minor car accidents thinking that they are not injured, only to begin experiencing chronic pain a short time… Read More »

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