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Monthly Archives: August 2022


Traffic Fatalities Reached A 16-Year High In 2021

By Goldman Law, P.A. |

Recently, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released an early estimate of traffic fatalities for 2021. According to the report, an estimated 42,915 people died in car accidents last year, a number that represents an almost eleven percent increase from 2020. This projection is the highest number of fatalities reported by the NHTSA… Read More »

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Florida Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

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While the weather in Florida is nice almost all year long, the summertime tends to be especially lovely, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that more people, especially motorcyclists, find themselves on the road during these months. Unfortunately, an increase in the number of people on the roads also comes with a higher… Read More »

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These Factors Could Affect Your Personal Injury Settlement

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All personal injury settlements are unique, so it’s difficult to say what the “average” settlement amount is. There are, however, a few different factors that can impact the value of a claim and by assessing those factors in their own cases, claimants can get a better idea of what amount would be considered fair… Read More »

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What Is Loss Of Earning Capacity?

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How much a person can recover in damages following an accident depends on a variety of factors, including whether he or she has undergone a loss of earning capacity. This is a term used to describe the amount of money that a person is capable of earning in the future, not how much they… Read More »

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