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Monthly Archives: August 2021

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Who Is At fault In A Car Accident When A Vehicle Makes A Left-Turn On A Green Light?

By Lyons & Snyder |

More than 1/3 of our recent cases have been car accidents involving a driver making a left-turn on a green light.      These accidents can be life-threatening and/or deadly.   Also, they are completely avoidable. There is a misconception that a driver is legally permitted to turn left on a green light.   A green light (or… Read More »

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10-Year-Old Coral Springs Boy Seriously Injured In Hit-And-Run Accident

By Lyons & Snyder |

On July 25, a 10-year-old Coral Springs boy was the victim of a hit-and-run accident. According to Coral Springs Talk, the boy was riding his bicycle around 8:40 p.m. on the 8400 block of Northwest 40th Street when an unknown driver struck him. Coral Springs police said the child “survived the crash” but still… Read More »

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How Does Florida’s “Comparative Fault” Rule Work in Car Accident Cases?

By Lyons & Snyder |

How many times have you seen–or been involved in–an accident where both drivers get out of their cars and immediately start pointing the finger at one another? Such blame-shifting often continues right up through a personal injury lawsuit. Defendants often try and argue that the plaintiff’s actions either contributed to or outright caused the… Read More »

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Is The Owner Of A Stolen Vehicle Responsible For An Accident Caused By The Thief?

By Lyons & Snyder |

According to a recent report from Coral Springs Talk, a local rabbi was awakened just after 2:30 a.m. on July 25 by the police, who were knocking at as a door. No, the rabbi was not in trouble. The police were there to let him know that someone had stolen his minivan. As the… Read More »

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When Do I Need To Report A Car Accident?

By Lyons & Snyder |

A typical auto accident occurs in just a fraction of a second. Many accidents only involve minor damage to the vehicles and no immediately apparent personal injuries. Indeed, the parties to the accident may not even bother calling the police or filing any sort of formal accident report. But what does the law say?… Read More »

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