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Misleading Headlines About Large Jury Awards
A lot of personal injury attorney use high jury verdicts as an advertising tool to attract new clients. Some of these attorney will not even accept a case unless a case has a potential of achieving a high jury verdict. But do the defendants actually pay what juries award? The [...]
Biketoberfest Daytona Beach Florida
The 20thAnnual Biketoberfest is just around the corner, happening Thursday, October 18th through Sunday, October 21st. Biketoberfest attracts more than 100,000 motorcyclists from around the world to the Daytona Beach area every year. Unfortunately, this influx of motorcyclists creates heavy traffic and therefore increases one's chances of getting in an accident. [...]
Different Ways to Collect on a Personal Injury Judgement
With an increasing number of uninsured motorist drivers, it becomes important to protect yourself and your family by purchasing uninsured motorist coverage on your auto policy. However, with insurance premiums being very expensive today, there are people who unfortunately either cannot afford this additional coverage, or sometimes are not even [...]