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The Fourth of July is supposed to be a fun day filled with fireworks and great food. But, like any other holiday, it can quickly turn tragic. Independence Day is actually the deadliest holiday, with hundreds of

Doctor and surgeon examining x-ray film of patient s head for brain, skull or eye injury. Medical diagnosis and surgical treatment concept. Thankfully, most personal injury accidents don’t lead to permanent debilitation. But there are instances where a victim

Whether you’ve been involved in a minor fender-bender, or you’ve been severely hurt in a major car accident, you want to know what you need to do in order to obtain the compensation you deserve. You’re certain

Self-driving trucks, or autonomous trucks, have been a hot topic in the transportation industry for several years. The technology behind self-driving trucks has been rapidly evolving, and many companies have been testing and deploying them on roads

St. Petersburg Personal Injury Attorneys – Jones Law Group St. Petersburg is the second-largest city in the Tampa Bay Area, after Tampa, and the 5th largest city in Florida, with 272,000 residents. With all these people, there

You could still obtain compensation even if you were partly at fault for the car accident that resulted in your injury, thanks to the legal principle known as “comparative negligence.” Even though you contributed to the accident,

Fog is the Most Dangerous Driving Condition Statistically speaking, fog is the most dangerous driving condition faced by residents of St. Petersburg. There is actually a fog season in Pinellas County that runs from December until February

Even though the Sturgis, ND motorcycle rally might get a lot more press, Daytona’s Bike Week is no slouch. It draws an average of 400,000 people each year. Unfortunately, that dramatically increases the risks of accidents that

Car accidents are one of the most common causes of concussions. These brain injuries can be very serious and cause short-term and long-term effects that can cause pain, loss of quality of life, and a mountain of

Bias against cyclists is real. There’s a good chance you’re reading this because of that bias. The driver who hit you may have thought you should have been on the sidewalk, or you should have just moved