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Injured in a Cycling Accident? Can I sue?

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

As Plantation, Florida personal injury attorneys we have recently seen an uptick in the number of cyclists and pedestrians injured by automobiles.  The uptick in accidents has been most notable during rush hour and/or in turning lanes near intersections.  Clearly South Florida’s high number of teenage and elderly drivers, in combination with the number of drivers […]

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Why should I retain a personal injury attorney – Can’t I negotiate with the insurance company myself?

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury

As a personal injury attorney in Broward County, I am often asked by friends and family, “Why can’t I negotiate with the insurance company myself?”  As such, I created this cheat sheet as to the benefits of retaining a personal injury attorney after an accident. QUESTION: “If I get into a car accident why should […]

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Headache After a Car Accident – Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Uncategorized

Headache After a Car Accident  – Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney? After a car accident, many accident victims can expect to suffer from a variety of ailments including sore, stiff and/or achy neck and back muscles.  What accident victims may not be aware is that neck and back injuries are oftentimes accompanied by […]

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Auto Accident in Plantation? File suit or Settle Pre-Suit?

By Philip M. Snyder Posted in Personal Injury
Auto Accident in Plantation?  File suit or Settle Pre-Suit?

As any experienced personal injury attorney in Broward County, Miami-Dade County or Palm Beach County will tell you, auto insurance companies, especially the larger auto insurance companies with catchy taglines and commercials, have become increasingly more reluctant to properly compensate automobile accident victims pre-suit– especially in cases involving “soft tissue injuries” or “low impact”.

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