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Traumatic Brain injury

Traumatic Brain Injuries After A Car Accident

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

All too often victims of a car accident suffer permanent injuries which will drastically affect their quality of life. Traumatic brain injuries can result in cognitive issues and symptoms such as chronic headaches, memory loss, dizziness, light sensitivity, and more. To prove Negligence in Florida for a car accident resulting in traumatic brain injury, the victim… Read More »

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Can I Still Recover for My Injuries After a Car Accident if I Received a Ticket?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In Fort Lauderdale, oftentimes at least one of the parties involved in a car accident receive a citation for a traffic violation. Sometimes a police officer who prepares an accident report will even include who he or she believes was at fault for the accident. However, citations and even police reports can rarely be… Read More »

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How can Bodycam footage help you win your accident case?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In this article, Fort Lauderdale car accident attorneys, Eric Rosen, and Alex Litowsky give us insight on why Bodycam footage is such an important piece of evidence for your attorney to obtain if you’ve been injured in an accident. Some of the major cases Rosen Injury Law handles include car accidents, motorcycle accidents, and… Read More »

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What Must I Prove in My Car Accident Case?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

It’s important to note that you don’t have to prove that the negligent driver caused the entire accident—rather, that the driver caused your injuries. The burden of proof is by a preponderance of the evidence, which means that the evidence “more likely than not” tends to prove the preposition. Often the biggest part of a negligence… Read More »

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Loss of Earning Capacity After a Car Accident in South Florida

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

An award for lost loss of earning capacity should consider the injured party’s diminished ability to earn income through the person’s entire life expectancy. Florida law allows compensation for loss of earning capacity if a car accident victim can demonstrate that his or her injuries are a significant factor in establishing the reasonable certainty… Read More »

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Car Accidents While in an Uber or Lyft

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Uber and Lyft are transportation network companies. This means that if a rideshare driver was involved in an accident that caused you to suffer injuries, you can file a claim with the rideshare company, whether it be Lyft or Uber, as well as the at-fault driver. In fact, a person who was struck by a negligent… Read More »

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Rear End Accident

Rear End Accidents in South Florida

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Florida has a presumption in rear end accidents that, if a driver rear ends a car (i.e., a following driver collides with a leading car) the following driver is presumed to have been driving negligently and is thus at fault for the accident. This is a rebuttable presumption, which means that the following driver must bring enough… Read More »

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Damages in South Florida Car Accident Cases

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

Compensatory damages are the most common form of damages awarded to car accident victims in South Florida. There are two types of compensatory damages: economic and non-economic. A common misconception between the two forms is that non-economic damages are non-monetary awards. However, the key difference between the two is that non-economic damages compensate a… Read More »

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Negligence In Florida Car Accidents

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

In Florida, drivers may be liable for causing injuries in a car accident if they were negligent. Negligence involves four elements: duty, breach, causation, and damages. Every driver in Florida has a duty to remain alert and keep a safe distance away from other cars. A driver may have been negligent if he or… Read More »

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Can You Recover Money If You Were At Fault In An Accident?

By Rosen Injury Law, P.A. |

This article addresses a common question amongst personal injury. Many people that were recently injured in a car accident where they were at fault also incur expenses that their insurance may not approve in a claim. That is why many people at fault in an accident where they were injured still wonder if they… Read More »

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