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Mesothelioma: The Case of Pensacola, Florida

Mesothelioma: The Case of Pensacola, Florida - History Pensacola is the original capital of Florida and the first European settlement in the United States. Many early building developments were made in the city, for example, the first United States Naval…

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DUI Penalty Differences

DUI Penalty Differences Not all DUI or DWI laws are the same. Each state decides on how severe a crime is and enforces the related DUI penalty. DUI or DWI is a serious crime in some states while in others…

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Uninsured Motorist Insurance It is estimated by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) that one in every seven drivers is uninsured in the United States. These statistics are shocking because an accident with an uninsured driver can lead to significant costs…

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Personal Injury Protection Insurance

Personal Injury Protection Insurance The other term used for Personal injury protection (PIP) insurance is ‘no fault car insurance’. PIP insurance and no fault car insurance are terms used interchangeably. The reference no fault car insurance, is used as this is…

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Mesothelioma: The case of Tampa, Florida

Mesothelioma: The case of Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida is the fifty fourth (54th) largest city in the United States. Four years after Florida officially became a state, in 1849, the village of Tampa became incorporated as a town. Asbestos History…

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Auto Accidents: Comparative Fault

Comparative Fault Comparative fault is a term that means the same as comparative negligence. It is based on theories as to how to apportion fault in accident liability. The laws that govern comparative fault fall into one of the following…

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Auto Accidents: Settlement Claim factors

Auto Accidents: Settlement Claim factors There are many factors that are involved in calculating claim amounts. It is more complicated than adding up bills and coming up with a figure for pain and suffering. Settlement claim factors determine how much…

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Auto Accidents: Comparative negligence

Comparative negligence Often when an accident occurs it is more than one person's fault. Sometimes there is one person who is totally and fully at fault. There are times when both drivers are at fault to some extent. Comparative negligence…

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Auto Accidents: Florida Law

Auto Accidents: Florida Law Florida Law: Car Accident Steps Check if anyone has been injured Florida law requires that a person stops at the scene of an accident. The person must check if anyone is injured, if there is, the…

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Auto Accidents: After the crash

Auto Accident: After the crash All personal injury compensation is directly linked to past, present and future medical bills/expenses. Other losses are factored into the total as well. Such as, out of pocket expenses and loss of income during recovery.…

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