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Sun Glare Is An Accident Risk

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Drivers need to take the necessary precautions to operate their vehicles safely, no matter the conditions. So, if you were involved in an accident due to a driver being blinded by sun glare, it is important to know that the driver is not excused from liability. According to one report, the risk of sustaining… Read More »

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Uninsured Drivers And FL Car Crashes

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Auto insurance is a requirement under Florida law, but the Sunshine State still has a highest number of uninsured motorists. In fact, Florida has more than any other state according to a report by the Florida Insurance Council, an organization that tracks coverage rates. Insurance is essential for individuals in need of financial recovery… Read More »

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Share Your Pre-existing Health Conditions With Your Attorney

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

While you may think of a car accident injury as being harm sustained at the time of the crash, sometimes this is not so clearcut. Some people have a pre-existing condition and the car collision exacerbates the issue. For example, if you had a fracture that was in the process of healing at the… Read More »

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Florida Auto Insurance Requirements

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

After a car accident in Florida, one of the first steps after the collision is that the drivers involved exchange insurance information. State law mandates that every driver carry a certain minimum level of auto insurance in case an accident occurs. The insurance coverage involved in an accident has a significant impact on the… Read More »

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Car Accident Fires

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Being involved in a car accident is bad enough, but in some cases a vehicle can also catch fire in a crash. Car accident fires have the potential to cause catastrophic injuries for accident victims that require years of extensive medical treatment and can result in permanent disabilities. If you or a loved one… Read More »

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How Is Fault Determined In A Car Accident?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

One of the most important questions following a car accident is determining who is at fault. The level of fault associated with each party involved in the crash can have a substantial impact on the ultimate amount of compensation awarded in a personal injury case. An experienced and knowledgeable lawyer like those at Earnhart… Read More »

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How To Get Compensated After A Hit And Run Accident

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Hit and run accidents account for nearly one-quarter of all vehicle accidents in Florida. The victims of hit and run crashes can include other drivers and passengers, cyclists, and pedestrians, and the injuries sustained by victims in hit and run accidents can be severe. Without someone to take responsibility for the accident, many victims… Read More »

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What To Know About Wrong-Way Car Accidents

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Wrong-way car accidents are one of the least likely type of crash, but they have the highest rate of injury and death when they do occur. In Delray Beach, the experienced attorneys at Earnhart Law know how devastating a wrong-way crash can be for victims and will zealously advocate for your right to compensation… Read More »

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Common Types Of Car Accidents

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Car accidents are one of the most common ways that people are injured and killed around the Delray Beach area every year. Crashes involving passenger vehicles can take many forms, but some types of car accidents are more common than others. At Earnhart Law, our team of dedicated Delray Beach car accident attorneys is… Read More »

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Will Florida Finally Abandon No-Fault Car Insurance?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Currently, Florida is one of a handful of states that require no-fault insurance in the form of personal injury protection (PIP) policies. However, this system has come under sustained criticism ever since it was first put into place. Now, The Ledger is reporting that the Florida Senate is considering whether to return to a… Read More »

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