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Category Archives: Personal Injury Lawyer

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Two Factors That Influence The Value of a Personal Injury Claim

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

One of the first questions that injured victims ask their attorneys is, “What is my claim worth?” This question is not a surprise; after all, at this point, the severity of the victim’s damages are just starting to reveal themselves. There are massive hospital bills to pay, property damage, ongoing medical care and future… Read More »

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Eye Injuries

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 2,000 American workers sustain an eye injury on the job each day. Of those, over a hundred workers have to take at least a day off of work. It is amazing how much we rely on our eyes, not only for work, but to… Read More »

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Did Your Child Suffer a Serious Burn Injury?

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

As the saying goes, you can tell a child not to touch a stove, but they will only listen after they touch it and discover the pain for themselves. This may be true, but there is no excuse for a negligent property or business owner when it comes to your child getting seriously hurt… Read More »

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Social Media Posts Can Harm Your Personal Injury Case

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Insurance companies are taking advantage of the rise of social media to prevent insurance fraud. In some cases they have caught people who have claimed to be paralyzed in an accident posting photos of their latest rock climbing adventure or someone who claimed an injury at a store posting social media information that places… Read More »

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Finding and Holding a Hit and Run Driver Accountable

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

When a driver leaves an injured, or a potentially dying or dead, victim by the side of the road simply because they do not want to get in trouble, they are committing a crime. More than that, they are violating a moral code that humans have towards one another to provide life saving aid… Read More »

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Evidence That Can Be Gathered in a Personal Injury Case

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

When a personal injury claim is made, there needs to be evidence to prove who the at-fault or negligent party was. This all happens separately from any criminal charges that may be brought against the at-fault party. For instance, if you were in a car crash and the negligent party was written a ticket… Read More »

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Rollover Collisions

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Of the 6.3 million reported traffic collisions that occur annually, according to Statista, the majority of them do not end in any injuries. This is rarely true for a rollover. Rollovers are one of the most dangerous types of collisions to be involved in, and typically involve serious injuries or death. If you were… Read More »

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Negligence Vs. Recklessness in a Personal Injury Case

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

A patron of a crowded restaurant gets up to use the restroom and trips over an exposed cord running across the ground, and breaks their wrist in the process. A driver pulls out into the road from their driveway and immediately gets hit in the front end by a drunk driver who has crossed… Read More »

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Reasons You Should Choose Your Personal Injury Attorney Wisely

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

If you need to hire a Naples law firm to help you with a personal injury case, you’ll want to make sure you choose the attorney that’s best suited to represent you. And, much like when you hire a roofer or contractor, taking your time, doing your homework and making an informed decision can… Read More »

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How Process Your Dog Bite Injury Claim

By Marc L. Shapiro, P.A. |

Several years ago, we spoke with a woman who had questions about whether she could file a dog bite injury claim. The incident happened when she was in her early 20s, she said, working as a delivery driver for a private postal carrier. One day, while she was on the job, she was about… Read More »

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