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In Case Of A Slip & Fall

A visit to your local supermarket can instantly turn into a nightmare when you experience a slip and fall accident. While walking toward the exit, hands full of grocery bags, you end up fracturing your hip after slipping on the wet floor, and have to be rushed to the hospital. This could have been avoided […]

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Bicycle-Related Injuries and Death Prevention

Riding a bike is great for many reasons. You can get your exercise on, hike through the wilderness, and even go site seeing. However, bicycle accidents do happen, and can result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Liability for bike accident injuries comes down to negligence, whether the driver caused the cyclist’s injuries, or negligence by […]

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How to Handle a Parking Lot Accident

After finding the final perfect gift on your long list of holiday shopping, you exit the mall and make your way to your vehicle. You unload your shopping haul, get in the car, put on your seatbelt, and begin slowly reversing. As you reach to change the radio station and find the perfect holiday song, another […]

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Loss of Consortium Claims

What is Loss of Consortium? Spouses of people who are injured often bring loss of consortium claims. Generally speaking, these types of claims address the loss of the benefits of a family relationship due to an injury. While some jurisdictions only recognize claims by spouses, others allow other family members to bring loss of consortium […]

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Season Is Here: How to Avoid Traffic Accidents

The seasons change so fast, and before you know it, the year is almost over! The next couple months are one of the busiest in Southwest Florida, with season upon us and multiple holidays/family gatherings taking place, such as Thanksgiving, Black Friday shopping and Christmas! This is the most important time of the year to be […]

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Dog Attacks On Children

  Man’s best friend can be affectionate, but also unpredictable, and dangerous if handled improperly and without caution. Dog bite personal injury lawsuits are on the rise as dog bites send more children to emergency rooms than any other youth activity, and go beyond domestic violence, burns and bone fractures.   The traumas child victims […]

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4th of July Fireworks & Fun

The 4th of July always brings a burst of excitement!  Hot dogs, apple pie, red-white-and-blue, parades – are just a few ways we enjoy celebrating American liberty to the fullest. Many of us will go to family gatherings and festivities to watch big BOOMS of fireworks. Getting all caught up in the fun is easy, […]

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Road Rage & Aggressive Driving

How is road rage different from aggressive driving, and is one more dangerous than the other? Most of us have experienced both several times throughout our lives, but telling them apart can be difficult.   So how do we know what road rage looks like? And what qualifies as aggressive driving?   Road rage involves […]

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Consultation Checklist: What Should I Bring?

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 & Cavenago attorney, make sure you collect everything needed for your first […]

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School Bus Accidents

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 130 school-age pedestrians (younger than 19) died in school transportation-related crashes. 67 percent were struck by school buses, six percent by vehicles functioning as school buses, and 27 percent by other vehicles involved in the crashes. There were 56 school-age pedestrians killed in school transportation-related […]

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