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4 Mistakes That Cause Insurance Companies to Deny Personal Injury Claims in Florida

By The Turnbull Firm |

Many injured victims are not familiar with the personal injury claims process. However, the lack of knowledge should not result in the denial of your personal injury claim in Florida. It is advised to hire a Lakeland personal injury attorney to help you navigate the legal process and obtain the compensation you deserve. If… Read More »

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Who’s at Fault for a Pedestrian Accident When Crossing Outside of a Crosswalk Marking in Florida?

By The Turnbull Firm |

While most people presume that car drivers are to blame for all pedestrian accidents, there are cases when pedestrians can be partially or even fully at fault for the collision. Who is at fault when a vehicle hits a pedestrian who is crossing not in a crosswalk or at an intersection? How’s liability determined… Read More »

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Who’s at Fault in a Chain-Reaction Car Accident in Florida?

By The Turnbull Firm |

Determining liability in chain-reaction auto accidents can be confusing, especially when the crash involves three, four, or more vehicles. The devastating consequences of multi-vehicle crashes were evident in a recent accident in Polk County. As reported by The Ledger, several lanes on Interstate 4 were closed following a fatal chain-reaction accident. Investigators have yet… Read More »

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Can You Recover Damages if You Were Not Wearing a Seat Belt During a Car Accident?

By The Turnbull Firm |

Does the fact that you were not wearing a seat belt at the time of an auto accident mean that you cannot seek compensation for your injury? Do insurance companies in Florida deny personal injury claims if the injured party was not wearing a seat belt during a car crash? Not Wearing a Seat… Read More »

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Who’s at Fault in a Car Accident When a Driver Signals But Doesn’t Turn?

By The Turnbull Firm |

Car accidents can occur for a variety of reasons. One of them is when a driver signals but does not turn. Other motorists using turn signals improperly – or not using them altogether – is not only an annoyance, but it can also lead to a devastating auto accident. Often, a driver who signals… Read More »

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How to Determine Fault and the Right of Way in U-Turn Accidents in Florida?

By The Turnbull Firm |

A U-turn is one of the most dangerous maneuvers a driver can execute while operating a vehicle. Unfortunately, it is not always clear who was at fault in a car crash involving a motorist who was making a U-turn. However, it is vital to determine whether the maneuver was safe to perform and who… Read More »

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