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Yes, we’re still working hard: How our firm has managed to continue helping injury victims through Covid-19

Covid-19 took the world by surprise and law firms across the globe were no exception. While the legal industry is considered essential and exempt from the general closure order for our state, not all firms were prepared to deal with a pandemic overnight. So how is our firm navigating through this new reality? Positive Change. [..]

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Do you really need GAP Insurance?

. By Graver Injury Attorneys Gap or “Guaranteed Auto Protection” is usually an optional purchase with your insurance carrier, which you may want to consider including with your policy. Yet, drivers looking to purchase insurance may not be familiar with Gap at all. So what exactly is Gap? Gap Insurance covers you for the amount [..]

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How Florida’s PIP 14-Day Rule May Affect Your Compensation Claim

By Graver Injury Attorneys A law in Florida known as the PIP 14-day rule  might prevent you from making a recovery on your auto accident claim, if not properly followed. This law requires that any injured victims seek medical attention within the first two weeks following a traffic accident. Otherwise, you could lose your rights [..]

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Minimizing Driving Risks this Holiday

By Graver Injury Attorneys The winter holidays are finally here, along with half a million new visitors headed for the Sunshine State. Are you prepared? As you approach crowded roadways and parking lots this season, it’s important to minimize risk whenever possible. And with a little preparation and mindfulness, you’ll hopefully be able to maneuver [..]

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When Serious Injuries Result from A Minor Accident

By Graver Injury Attorneys “Are you okay?” is usually the first question you’ll be asked following an accident. Yet for many, the answer may be a quick “yes, I’m okay”, even though serious injuries can often result from a minor accident. AFTER AN ACCIDENT A victim of an accident may feel pain free, initially; So, [..]

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National Preparedness Month: A Hurricane Emergency Plan

By Graver Injury Attorneys September is National Preparedness Month where the purpose is to promote family and community disaster and emergency planning. In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, many were left re-evaluating their readiness to both avoid and survive disaster; especially Floridians, who were spared a direct hit from the strongest category 5 hurricane recorded [..]

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Back to School Safety Tips

By Graver Injury Attorneys Drivers Beware: Back-To-School Means Sharing Roads and Brings a Need to Slow Down and be Vigilant For many, summertime means slower days–more vacations, less traffic, and no school! And while kids and parents alike are spending their final summer days preparing for fall by going back-to-school shopping, all drivers will want [..]

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Study Shows Trampoline Parks Unsafe by Design; What About Waivers?

By Graver Injury Attorneys A recent six-year study concluded that most trampoline parks are unsafe by design. So, what does this mean for liability waivers that participants are required to sign? Are they valid? First, let’s briefly look at a recent study by a university professor and biomechanical engineer: Repeated incidents of trampoline park injuries [..]

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Hurricane Safety Guide

By Graver Injury Attorneys This month marks the official start of hurricane season which lasts from June 1st  to November 30th. According to 2019 hurricane forecasts, this season is right at the average for storm forecast activity, unlike last season.  However, experts stress that preparation is key–no matter what the forecast may be. Last year, [..]

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