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WRONGFUL DEATH BOATING ACCIDENT

Boating Accidents & Wrongful Death

May 24, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

 Wrongful Death Boating Accident During the summer, you can see boats out all over the bay. In Florida, they are widely used in all types of conditions. All this to say, it’s not crazy to think that they can be just as dangerous as car accidents. Boats also do not come equipped with safety features
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Starbucks Coffee Personal Injury Lawsuit

May 22, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Woman gets $100,000 Settlement from Starbucks Coffee Personal Injury Lawsuit A Florida woman from Duval County (Jacksonville) Florida was recently awarded $100,000 dollars for her injuries. She was burned by a cup of Starbucks Coffee. Joanne Mogavero, the plaintiff won the lawsuit after the jury found Starbucks negligent for the coffee cup lid popping off,
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May accident News

Back Pain, NYC Crash & Paralegals Week

May 19, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

May Accident News Who is Liable in a Lane-Change Car Accident? Establishing fault in a car accident is usually one of the first things that people want to do after getting into a crash. But usually fault is harder to establish than one might think. Many questions can be asked from “was a blinker used?”
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Dealing With Back Pain After an Accident

May 17, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

New Guidelines For Handling Back Pain Back pain after an accident can feel, and be debilitating. The lingering shoots of pain are not fun to deal with, and knowing how to deal with them in the first place is overwhelming. But we are here to tell you, don’t go straight to medicine or drug therapy options.
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Lane-Changing Car Accident Liability

Who is Liable in a Lane-Change Car Accident

May 15, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Lane-Changing Car Accident Liability Establishing fault in a car accident is usually one of the first things that people want to do after getting into a crash. But usually fault is harder to establish than one might think. Many questions can be asked from “was a blinker used?” to “was someone speeding?”. In lane-changing accidents,
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Infrastructure changes

6 Infrastructure Changes That Can Make Roads Safer

May 10, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Making Infrastructure Safer For Drivers Traffic fatalities are rising. It’s a fact that cannot be denied. The question is, what can we do to make roads safer for drivers? AAA has produced a list of highway infrastructure changes that could save 63,700 lives and avoid over 350,000 injuries over 20 years. The number one thing
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Uber Driver Car Insurance

Insurance will be Mandatory for Uber Drivers in Florida

May 8, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Uber Driver Car Insurance The Florida legislature recently passed a bill that has certain requirements for Uber and Lyft drivers when it comes to insurance. More specifically, the bill requires ride-sharing companies to have their drivers carry $100,000 of insurance for bodily liability or death and $25,000 for property damage when a driver is logged
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