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Back Pain After Car Accident

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

As a Plantation car accident attorney, I know firsthand that back injuries are the most frequently reported injury following a car accident. In fact, according to the Mayo Clinic, car accidents are one of the leading causes of spine injuries (i.e. back injuries) and are responsible for more than 40 percent of spinal injuries every […]

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Foot Injury Car Accident

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

As a Plantation personal injury attorney, I am seeing more and more clients suffering from foot injuries after car accidents. More specifically, we have seen a number of clients suffer Lisfranc injuries (involving the joints and/or ligaments in the middle of the foot) or compression fractures.  A majority of foot injuries involve front-end crashes. Why […]

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Wrist Injury After Car Accident

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

Wrist Injury After Car Accident As a personal injury attorney, I can tell you that a wrist injury is one of the more common injuries after a car accident.   More specifically, many of our clients suffer distal radius fractures (a fracture of the large bone (radius) at the end of the forearm near the wrist) […]

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Accident Report Privilege in Car Accident Cases

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Commercial Litigation, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury

Accident Report Privilege in Car Accident Cases In a majority of car accident cases, a police officer arrives on scene to investigate the crash.   The police officer will speak to the drivers of the vehicles and the witnesses, if any, to determine which party is at fault and if anyone requires medical assistance. In Florida, […]

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Hospital After a Car Accident: Car Insurance (PIP) or Health Insurance?

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

Hospital After a Car Accident: Car Insurance (PIP) or Health Insurance? Commonly, individuals involved in significant car accidents voluntarily (and sometimes involuntarily) go to the hospital for treatment.   Upon checking in, one of first questions the hospital (should) ask is: “We’re your injuries as a result of a car accident?”   The hospital does not ask […]

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Major Car Accident No Citation Issued

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

As a personal injury attorney in Plantation, I am fielding more and more phone calls from clients involved in a major car accident where both parties allege the other party was at-fault for “running the light” with no citation issue. Involved in a major car accident where one party “runs the light” and no citation […]

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