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If you’ve been injured in an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence, then you’re probably brimming with questions, such as… What steps can I take in the future to safeguard myself against other drivers or hazardous conditions on the road? What types of compensation am I entitled to? How can I take on big-name insurance companies and come out on top? And perhaps most importantly—How can I follow the letter of the law to ensure that I maximize my claim? The Ward Law Group Blog seeks to answer all of these questions and more. Use our blog to find handy tips on how you can optimize your settlement, stay safe on the road, and remain up-to-date with the ever-shifting landscape of the law. You’ll find answers to many of your questions here in our ever-expanding library of personal injury content.

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Do Car Accidents Increase During the Holidays?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are usually more motor vehicle accident fatalities during the holidays than in any other period. In …

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Jany Martinez Ward: Your angel when you are the victim of a car accident

By Adriel Reyes Gonzalez / MiamiDaily : Jany Martinez Ward is a young lawyer who feels that it is her duty to help Latinos like …

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Avoid accidents and fines: new law begins prohibiting texting while driving in Florida

Taken from Univision: Next Monday, a new law goes into effect in Florida that prohibits drivers from sending messages while driving. From now on, the …

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Study supports granting driver’s license to undocumented people to make the routes safer

By Miami Diario Newsroom The report made by the  Florida Policy Institute discusses the benefits of licensing undocumented immigrants. 1 – More people would be tested …

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Law goes into effect that will punish you if you text while driving

Taken from Actualidad: A Florida law that will penalize people for texting while driving takes effect Monday and drivers who violate it can be stopped …

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DANGER LURKS ON THE ROADS WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL By: Jany Martínez-Ward

In the weeks that children return to school, danger lurks on the roads for parents, youth, children and pedestrians. According to the National Center for …

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Do Car Accidents Increase During the Holidays?

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), there are usually more motor vehicle accident fatalities during the holidays than in any other period. In fact, on average, there are almost 800 people that lose their lives between Christmas and New Year’s Day because of a fatal car crash. To help you stay prepared this holiday season, Ward Law has compiled the following information to keep you and your family safe. Car Travel During the

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Jany Martinez Ward: Your angel when you are the victim of a car accident

By Adriel Reyes Gonzalez / MiamiDaily : Jany Martinez Ward is a young lawyer who feels that it is her duty to help Latinos like her obtain the best benefits, for which she relies on her experience and the team of work that she has formed with her husband Gregory Ward. Accident attorneys appear to be many in Miami and Florida but very few with the success and results for their clients such as those

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Avoid accidents and fines: new law begins prohibiting texting while driving in Florida

Taken from Univision: Next Monday, a new law goes into effect in Florida that prohibits drivers from sending messages while driving. From now on, the police will be able to stop drivers they see chatting while driving. Although it was already illegal to send messages while behind the wheel, this new law has a big difference from the previous one. Violators can be fined up to $ 30, plus court costs. “People have to understand

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Study supports granting driver’s license to undocumented people to make the routes safer

By Miami Diario Newsroom The report made by the  Florida Policy Institute discusses the benefits of licensing undocumented immigrants. 1 – More people would be tested and trained to drive safely Research shows that unlicensed drivers are more dangerous than licensed drivers and even those who drive with revoked or suspended licenses. “Anyone sharing Florida’s roads needs a solid understanding of proper driving techniques and traffic rules so that everyone can travel safely and efficiently,” says

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Law goes into effect that will punish you if you text while driving

Taken from Actualidad: A Florida law that will penalize people for texting while driving takes effect Monday and drivers who violate it can be stopped by police, punished with fines and receive points on their licenses. HB 107 was approved by the state Legislature in April and endorsed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis last May. Now texting, e-mailing and other means by cell phone is considered a primary offense and officers can detain people on

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Jany Martinez-Ward profile on Noti America about accident risk in school zones

DANGER LURKS ON THE ROADS WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL By: Jany Martínez-Ward

In the weeks that children return to school, danger lurks on the roads for parents, youth, children and pedestrians. According to the National Center for Safe Routes to Schools, between 20 and 25 percent of all morning traffic in the US is from drivers dropping off children at school. With more traffic on the streets, the number of accidents around schools increases. This is a phenomenon that we always observe in our law firm, The

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