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Legal Talk 101- Part 1

Legal talk 101- common words used in personal injury cases and their meanings One of the most common requests we get during our personal injury consultations is to define what we mean by a word or phrase. While our attorneys can definitely handle the more technical points of legal jargon, there are some terms that
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Hancock Injury Attorneys

What Do We Examine In a Personal Injury Case?

During your first meeting with an injury attorney, your lawyer will want to hear about what happened, and he or she will discuss certain items and details with you. He or she will collect information including facts about your medical treatment, others involved in the accident, potential witnesses, and more. What to Expect Here are
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Tampa Personal Injury Attorney - Hancock Law Firm

Hoverboard Injuries: What You Need to Know

Hoverboards are the latest tech gadget to hit the market, becoming one of the most popular items purchased for Christmas in 2015. While they look as though they are something straight out of a futuristic movie, these boards are more like balancing scooters than actual floating devices. Unfortunately, these popular devices have already created a
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Florida's Car Accident Lawyers- Hancock Injury Attorneys

Could Reflective Paint on Animals Reduce Accidents?

In Europe, officials have devised a plan to help reduce the number of animal-caused accidents – especially in rural areas. While it may look as though these animals are the victims of graffiti, they are actually being painted with a safe, non-toxic reflective paint. The goal is to make them more visible, especially at night,
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Florida's Whiplash Injury Lawyers- Hancock Injury Attorneys

What Compensation Can You Collect for Whiplash Injuries?

Whiplash is not an actual diagnosis, but instead a term used for a collection of symptoms and injuries that a person may sustain in a motor vehicle accident. Typically, whiplash refers to soft tissue injuries that involve the neck and shoulders. Whiplash is caused by violent movements where the neck jerks back and forth (in
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Florida's Brain Injury Lawyers- Hancock Injury Attorneys

Is a Drug Company Liable for Side Effects that Cause Brain Injury?

All medication manufacturers are required to follow strict protocols when developing, testing and selling any medication. Once a medication is released, that same manufacturer could be held liable for any dangerous side effects that may occur. However, generic drugs that have been approved by the FDA fall under a different category and cannot be sued
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Tampa, Florida Personal Injury Attorneys - Hancock Law

The Importance of Your Medical Records in an Accident Case

Medical records are critical in any type of accident claim – whether you have a car accident injury, slip and fall or malpractice lawsuit. They are evidence of your injuries and establish not only that your claim is legitimate, but also help to establish how much you have paid for your injuries over time. Good
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Tampa, Florida Car Accident Attorneys - Hancock Law

Types of Evidence Used in a Car Accident Case

Immediately following a car accident, it is best if you start gathering evidence in order to establish the validity of your claim. The more documentation you have in support of your claim, the more likely you are to receive a fair settlement for your injuries. It is important to note that not all evidence is
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Tampa, Florida Brain Injury Attorneys - Hancock Law

The True Cost of Brain Injuries

A price cannot be put on the cost of physical issues and emotional distress a person and their loved ones will go through following a brain injury. However, there is a cost for the recovery, treatments and more that are required after someone sustains a serious brain injury or even a traumatic brain injury (TBI).
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Tampa, Florida Distracted Driving Attorneys - Hancock Law

The Different Types of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving endangers those on the road as well as those in the vehicle with the distracted driver. Drivers using handheld devices are more likely to get into a serious crash than those whose attention is taken away from the road by other types of distractions. But, if you think using a phone or hand-held
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