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5 Steps to Take After a Bicycle Accident

March 22, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

What to do After Getting in a Bicycle Accident Getting in a bicycle accident is something no one wants to go through. Besides the physical pain and trauma and the emotional stress, dealing with a lawsuit that will likely ensue adds another component to everything. If you ever end up in this situation, we want
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Car Insurance Rates Rising

Why Are Car Insurance Rates Rising? Texting.

March 15, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Distracted Driving causes Car Insurance Rate Increases You might have been able to tell, but there have been a higher and higher number of car accidents. While it is pretty bad in the Tampa Bay Area, this problem is plaguing the whole country. So what is to blame? Distracted driving. Texting, app usage and taking
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Changes May Be Coming Soon to Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa

March 6, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Bayshore Boulevard Proposal Known as the street with the longest continuous sidewalk in the world, with views of the beautiful bay, Bayshore Boulevard may have some changes coming. The city of Tampa wants traffic to slow down to make the boulevard more pedestrian friendly. These changes include narrowing streets, widening bike lanes and lowering the
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Large Crash-Test Dummies, Toddler Wrongful Death, Tampa DUI Risk

March 3, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

March Injury News Traffic Deaths in the US are Rising For years now car manufacturers, consumer watchdogs and many different government and private organizations have been working to increase safety features in vehicles and on roads. There have been countless improvements including automatic breaking systems, electric stability control systems, rearview cameras and more. Millions have
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New Crash-Test Dummies Making Cars Safer

March 1, 2017 | Hancock Injury Attorneys

Crash-Test Dummies Look Different Crash-test dummies have been in use for decades. But, for decades, the design of these dummies hasn’t changed, while Americans have. Humanetics, a company that manufactures crash-test dummies teamed up with trauma surgeon Stewart Wang from the University of Michigan to design and develop new dummies that mirror what the average
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