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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.

Miami DUI Crash with Lamborghini

On Thursday, April 15, 2021, at 5:20 a.m., Jesus Rojas Villarroel and his wife, Celenia De Rojas, drove to work like any other day. They stopped at a red light at NW 36th Street and NW 37th Avenue, patiently waiting to continue driving towards their destination. At the same time, a Lamborghini was coming from the opposite direction, driven by a driver who was under the influence, traveling well over the speed limit. The driver

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Four tips to prevent car accidents this Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and kids (and adults) are preparing for the spooky holiday. And while most are eager to savor those delicious treats on Halloween night, it’s essential for parents to be aware of the potential dangers on the road. According to the National Security Council, children have twice a higher chance of being hit by a car on Halloween than any other day of the year. It’s no coincidence that October

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Four Ways Stay Safe on the Road During Super Bowl Weekend

By Gabriella Marin Super Bowl LIV is right around the corner, and football fans across the nation can expect epic fun and excitement as they descend on South Florida for the much-anticipated annual sporting event. If you live in Miami, you already know how bad traffic can be on a regular basis. Now, add the traffic generated by the out-of-towners during the Super Bowl and the combination can be explosive. According to Florida Highway Safety

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Senator Rick Scott proposes changes to save more than 7,000 lives annually from drunk driving accidents in the US

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly 11,000 people died in the U.S. as a result of drunk drivers in 2017; that’s an average of one death every 48 minutes. When the Abbas family, which included three minors, died this year in Kentucky as a result of a crash involving a truck being driven by a drunk driver, a proposal was made to make changes to the country’s vehicles. Since the tragedy,

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The truth about the rights undocumented immigrants have after being in a car accident

Undocumented immigrants are hidden in plain sight. Although they shop at the same stores and supermarkets, walk around the same community parks and drive on the same roads as legal residents do, they often fear contacting the police when they are victims of car accidents So why is this? While obtaining a police report can help cover medical costs related to the accident, collect wages lost from being out of a car or in the

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Ward Law Group Making Legal Services Accessible to Spanish Speakers

Read the full article here: “The Ward Law Group Fills a Niche: Personal Injury Law for Spanish Speakers”  Dealing with an accident is difficult enough. Calls to the insurance company, locating the necessary paperwork, and time-consuming litigation can be frustrating to anyone. Imagine the added difficulty of navigating this process if English is your second language. Sadly, those who are faced with a language barrier rarely have access to quality legal services. In fact, the

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