With summer here, you know that Miami is going to be booming with tourists. One thing that is also almost certain is that many of these people will bring their pets with them to the city.
If you are hurt in a car crash, one of the things you can do is file a personal injury claim against the other party's insurance or against them directly. Most of the time, people carry car insurance, which means that you can file a claim with the insurance carrier and negotiate with them directly to get your medical care and financial losses covered.
In Miami, there are lots of ways that you could get hurt. If you're a pedestrian who is struck by a vehicle, you could suffer serious injuries.
A personal injury can catch you off guard. Most people don't expect to get hurt, so they don't plan for it. Whether that means missing work, school or other activities, the reality is the same: Your life changes the second you get hurt.
When the police try to pull someone over, it's essential that those people do stop. When they don't, their recklessness can lead to serious collisions.
It is vital that young children always have safety seats, even if they're being left with relatives or traveling short distances. While the person driving them might not intend any harm, the reality is that any accident can cause a death if a person isn't properly restrained.
It's a horrifying feeling knowing that someone you love has been hurt or killed as a result of a driver's dangerous behaviors. Sadly, some drivers should no longer be behind the wheel due to their age, while others should have been paying more attention to the road.
Victims of traffic accidents have one thing in common: medical expenses. Even if the visit to the hospital is short and turns up no major injuries, the victim is likely to receive a bill for thousands of dollars in the mail.
It's a beautiful time of year, and many people take the time to get their pets out of the house. They may take them to the beach for a run or walk them through the city.
It's shocking how some people feel that it's acceptable to put other people's lives at risk. Take, for example, a case reported on Feb. 24 out of Miami.