Consultation Checklist: What Should I Bring?

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If you’ve endured a personal injury due to the carelessness of someone else, there may be information you need to collect and preserve to hold the other party accountable for their recklessness.   After scheduling a free consultation to meet with a Parvey & Frankel attorney, make sure you collect everything needed for your first […]

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Motorcycle Safety Tips

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Anytime is the perfect time to take a ride out on the motorcycle. As exhilarating and enjoyable as it is, there are still major safety precautions to consider before operating a motorcycle. Motorcycle laws are extremely important to follow in order to prevent accidents from occurring, and to reduce the amount of deaths that happen […]

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Tips for Handling a Hit & Run

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When you are the victim of a hit and run accident, you likely feel angry and confused, and it can be unclear how to get compensation for your damages and injuries. However, there are steps you can take to create a smoother experience, should you be in this unfortunate situation. Examples of hit and run […]

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Hazardous Gym & Fitness Equipment

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Many people use fitness and gym equipment their entire lives and never sustain an injury. And then there are thousands of others that are injured by workout equipment every day; fitness and gym equipment is responsible for almost nine thousand injuries each year, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).   Injuries can […]

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6 Crucial Steps to Avoid A Thanksgiving Fire

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Just about everybody loves Thanksgiving, and for a lot of people the best part of the traditional feast is the turkey. However, for those of us that prefer our birds to be deep fat fried, there is an extra level of precaution that we have to bear in mind during our holiday preparations. There are […]

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Avoid Driving While InTEXTicated

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Smartphones have made it easy for us to stay connected at all times. But that can pose serious safety risks if someone decides to check his or her text messages, emails, phone calls, or any other mobile applications while driving. Below are 10 shocking statistics that show how dangerous texting and driving really is:  Number of Americans […]

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No One Should Have To Deal With Wrongful Death

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One of the first questions family members ask is “Why?” Why did we lose our loved one so suddenly and so violently? This is a traumatic incident that we wish would never happen.  Sadly, things like this happen on a daily basis. Based on statistics from the National Safety Council, every five minutes, someone in America […]

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Car Seat Safety

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Every year thousands of children are seriously injured or killed in car accidents. The sad part is that many of these incidences can be avoided if parents restrain their children in appropriate car seats. Choosing quality safety feature manufacturing, proper installation and taking into consideration your child’s height, weight and age is needed for a […]

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5 Things to Keep in Your Vehicle in the Event of a Fender Bender

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  It’s that time of year again! Here in Southwest Florida we value the winter months not only for their cooler temperatures, but also for all of the visitors from the frozen north who will make this place their temporary homes. Of course, this means that there will be a sharp increase in traffic on […]

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Sharing the Road With Young Pedestrians-Back To School

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School is back in session! After a long nice summer, it’s now time for the kids to get back in the school spirit, where new opportunities will arise. In addition to getting them ready to go back, it’s important to take precautions measures on road for young pedestrians. School buses are now in route, picking up and dropping off […]

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