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Is There a Link Between Red Light Cameras and Accidents in Florida?

Red light cameras have become more and more common across the United States, including many areas in West Palm Beach. These cameras automatically take a picture if a car does not clear an intersection before the stoplight turns red, and the registered owner receives a ticket in the mail. Currently, state law sets the fine for a red light ticket at $158.Red Light Cameras and Accidents

Initially, victims’ families and law enforcement professionals advocated for red stoplight cameras in an attempt to reduce accidents on Florida roads. Now, a variety of studies and statistics question the efficacy of them.

Are Cameras About Accident Reduction – or Revenue?

Opponents of red light cameras in Florida bring up a difficult question: are these cameras really keeping the roads safe, or are they simply another source of revenue for local and state governments?

Regardless of the intention, there’s no doubt that these fines are a significant source of funding—of the $158 collected for a red light ticket, the state takes $83 and the local government gets $70. Richard Corcoran, the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, has even hinted that it’s clear red light cameras are more about revenue than safety.

Red Light Cameras and Angle Accidents in Florida

 When evaluating the effectiveness of red light cameras and accidents, it’s important to look at the statistics associated with angle accidents. Often known as T-bone or side crash impacts, angle accidents occur when the side of one vehicle is hit by the front of another vehicle. These crashes often occur when one vehicle runs a red light and collides with a vehicle that has just entered the intersection. Damage to vehicles and passenger injuries are often more severe in angle accidents than they are in other types of accidents. And research indicates that T-bone crashes have decreased at intersections with red light cameras.

An Increase in Non-Angle Accidents

 While red light cameras are associated with a lower rate of angle accidents, they are also linked to an increase in non-angle accidents. Since drivers do not want to risk a red light ticket, they may brake suddenly to avoid entering the intersection when the light is yellow. As a result, the rate of rear-end accidents has increased since the introduction of red light cameras.

Advocates of red light cameras are quick to note that rear-end accidents are often much less severe than angle accidents, both in terms of vehicle damage and driver or passenger injury. Some law enforcement experts claim that a temporary increase in rear-end accidents is common after the introduction of red light cameras, and that accidents tend to decrease as local drivers get acclimated to stopping earlier.

Get Help After Your Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident at a dangerous intersection can have lasting effects on your physical health, vehicle, and emotional wellbeing. It’s crucial to take care of yourself during this time. Let Fetterman & Associates handle the legal side of things by calling (561) 983-4771 to discuss the details of your accident, as well as how we can help.

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School Bus Accidents in Florida Are Increasing at a Concerning Rate

School Bus Accidents in Florida Are Increasing at a Concerning RateEarlier this month, Florida Highway Patrol responded to an accident involving a Nissan Altima and a school bus. The driver of the Altima, Cynthia Ann Wade, sustained serious injuries but was released from the hospital the following day. The driver of the school bus, as well as the three children on board, left the scene of the crash unscathed.

Preventable Bus Accidents Are on the Rise 

A study conducted in 2017 by the Department of Transportation found that there are, an average, 486 school bus accidents every year in the state of Florida. And data compiled over the course of the last five years shows an increase in school bus accidents in all but one county that was studied.

Officials place blame on both bus drivers and individual motorists. Many motorists do not give buses the space they need, which can result in dangerous accidents. And because school bus driver compensation is low, many school districts have a difficult time hiring quality drivers. Attorney Michael Maddox, who is currently battling a suit against a Florida School District in relation to a school bus that crashed into a pond with over 25 students on board, suggests training and a more in-depth hiring process would help the issue.

The Main Causes of Bus Accidents

The most common causes of school bus accidents include:

  • Bus Driver Negligence– Often times, school bus drivers fail to take the necessary precautions that they should. Because of their large size, coupled with the distractions of loud children on board, school buses take focus and skill to drive safely. Drivers who don’t take safety precautions seriously are putting themselves, as well as everyone else on the road, at risk.
  • Bad Weather– Inclement weather makes driving any vehicle more difficult. For school buses, this is magnified. Simple things like turns and quick stops can be a challenge in extremely wet and windy conditions.
  • Left Turns– When a school bus makes a left turn, it must often cross into a lane with oncoming traffic. These turns are often made slowly. If other drivers aren’t paying attention, accidents can occur.
  • Blind Spots– While all vehicles have blind spots, the blind spots on school buses are much larger. No matter how cautious a bus driver is, if other vehicles aren’t aware of these blind spots, accidents can happen very easily.
  • Negligence on Behalf of the Bus Company– Because hiring experienced school bus drivers is often a difficult process, companies will sometimes cut corners during the hiring process, or hire unqualified drivers.  Lack of experience is a main culprit in many accidents, school bus accidents included.

Have You Been Injured in A Bus Accident?

Bus accidents can cause extreme physical and emotional stress on both victims and their families. If you or a loved one has been injured in a school bus accident, contact Fetterman & Associates today at (561) 693-3872. Our attorneys have extensive experience in handling bus accident cases, and will work tirelessly to help you get the compensation you rightfully deserve.

The 4 Most Common Causes of Limo Accidents

A limo accident can have devastating effects, both physically and psychologically. What started out as a fun adventure can quickly turn into a tragedy that affects passengers, pedestrians, and other motorists.  If you have been injured in a limo accident, here are some of the most common causes, as well as how each may affect your ability to file a claim.

Reason #1 – A Lack of Safety Features

4 Most Common Causes of Limo AccidentsGiven the size and structure of limos, most people assume that there are added safety features built in. While this is typically the case, there have been instances of limo companies removing key safety features. In fact, one such instance led to the deaths of four women in New York. Negligent operators will often strip key safety features so that the vehicle can carry more people or move faster.  This is illegal, and if you can prove that the limo you were riding in was lacking certain safety features, you have legal grounds for filing a claim.

Reason #2 – Poor Driver Education

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has established certain guidelines that all limo drivers must follow. Unfortunately, poor training is prevalent in the industry and many drivers never develop the proper skills needed to safely operate a limo. Others fail to follow the FMCSA’s guidelines. Both can have serious, and sometimes even fatal, consequences.

Reason #3 – Driver Impairment

Drunk driving is already a major problem in the United States. It’s an even bigger problem when the driver also happens to be transporting passengers. A responsible operator will never allow an impaired driver to get behind the wheel. If your limo accident was caused as a result of your driver being intoxicated or under the influence of a controlled substance, it is important to contact a Personal Injury Attorney Port St. Lucie as quickly as possible.

Reason #4 – Other Driving Issues

The same issues that affect you when you’re driving can also affect a limo driver. Distractions, such as loud music or texting while driving, can lead to an accident. So too can fatigue. On busy weekends and during major events, many limo drivers work longer hours than they are legally allowed to work, which can result in tragedy. If you see that your driver is drowsy or otherwise distracted, contact the limo company and request another driver. If you have, unknowingly, entered a limo with a tired or distracted driver, document your experience as best as you can by taking pictures and/or videos to substantiate your claim.

Filing Your Claim

Gathering evidence is the first step in filing a claim after a limo accident. And since limo companies are required to install cameras so they can oversee both their drivers and passengers, the process is not always as difficult as it might seem, especially if there are also witnesses who can be called upon.

The personal injury attorneys at Fetterman & Associates are well versed in handling the in’s and out’s of limo accidents. If you or someone you love was recently involved in a limo accident, contact us today at (561) 693-3872 to discuss the circumstances surrounding your accident, as well as your potential legal options.

Safe Driving: 6 Proactive Steps You Can Take

Safe Driving: 6 Proactive Steps You Can TakeThe Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) offers tips to commercial drivers regarding driver safety.  However, commercial drivers aren’t the only ones who can benefit from this advice.  Below are six proactive steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones on the road.  At Fetterman & Associates, we hope you are never in a car crash.  Following this advice won’t be able to stop every car crash, however, it can make a difference.

Expect the Unexpected

As you drive, expect the unexpected.  Scan ahead about a quarter mile down the road if you are on the interstate.  When driving in the city, scan one to two blocks ahead of you, looking for issues.  This includes:

  • unanticipated road conditions, such as work zones;
  • evidence another driver is distracted, such as a car that is weaving within a lane, or drifting from one lane to another;
  • slowing traffic; and
  • other dangers or problems.

By scanning the road for the unexpected, you will be better prepared to handle any unexpected issues.

Signal Before You Move

Whether you are changing lanes or turning, use your signal to let others know you are changing course.  Give other drivers on the road plenty of notice about your plans.  It doesn’t cost anything to turn your blinker on.  Using your blinker not only alerts those behind you, but also vehicles that are approaching you intend to divert from your path.

Slow Down

Speeding is dangerous.  Particularly in work zones, where lanes can change in unpredictable ways, be mindful of your speed.  When the weather is dangerous, such as during a rainstorm, you should also reduce your speed.

Keep Your Vehicle Properly Maintained

Make sure you comply with the manufacturer’s recommendations for car maintenance.  Your life may literally depend on the quality of your tires and/or your brakes.  Make sure your car is well maintained.

Wear Your Seat Belt

This cannot be stressed enough.  Wearing your seatbelt protects you in a crash.  Even if you are the most careful driver in the state of Florida, this won’t protect you from injury or even death if another person crashes into your car at a high rate of speed.  Seat belts save lives.

Pay Attention

Put your phone away.  Eat before you leave or after you arrive.  Plan your route prior to departure.  When you are driving, make sure you give driving your full attention.  Distracted driving kills.

If You Have Been Hurt in a Car Crash

If you have been hurt in a car crash, contact the Law Team at Fetterman & Associates.  At Fetterman & Associates, we are committed to providing comprehensive legal representation.  Our clients meet with attorneys directly – no middle man relaying your case to an attorney on your behalf.  If you are recovering from your injuries and can’t come into the office, we will dispatch our mobile office, sending an attorney directly to you.  We have an in house investigative team and experienced support staff.  You may rest assured your case is in capable hands at Fetterman & Associates.  Call us for a free consultation at (561) 845-2510 today.

The Challenges of Drugged Driving Personal Injury Claims

A recent major survey found that in 2016, 11.8 million people 16  years of age or older were guilty of drugged driving. The problem with drugged driving – defined as operating a vehicle while impaired by a prescription drug or illicit drug – is that it can lead to car accidents and personal injury claims.

Challenges of Drugged Driving Personal Injury ClaimsIn fact, a report by the Governors Highway Safety Association and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility found that in 2015, 43 percent of drivers who died in car accidents had positive tests for drugs, versus 37 percent who tested positive for alcohol. Fetterman Law & Associates believes that it’s important you understand the dangers of drugged driving to better protect yourself from an accident that can lead to a personal injury case.

The Dangers of Drugged Driving

Drug-impaired driving is challenging to regulate, because there are hundreds of different drugs that can cause impairment, and many of these drugs are legal, which means that with alcohol, state officials can’t keep those drugs off the streets.

Worse yet, while studies on how alcohol affects drivers have arrived at some common conclusions, studies on drug impairment have not reached a consensus. The reason is that people react differently to different drugs, so it’s hard to predict how drivers who use drugs will react when they are behind the wheel.

For example, some people can smoke marijuana for several hours and drive without any sign of impairment, while others who do the same thing will show obvious signs of impairment.

The other problem is that marijuana is one of the most common drugs people use before they drive. The challenge, however, is that states have no established a standard for what amount of marijuana in a driver’s blood constitutes impairment.

Police officers who pull over a driver on suspicion of being impaired and discover the driver may be impaired by marijuana must perform the standardized sobriety test for alcohol. However, alcohol impairment and drug impairment are not an apples-to-apples comparison, making it difficult for officers to know how much marijuana contributed to a person’s impairment. Some states have adopted what is known as ‘presumed’ impairment using a blood test that measures the amount of THC (the main chemical in cannabis), and comparing it to a chart.

But even that method is not accepted by many courts in the U.S., and while scientists are working on a standardized blood and breath test for marijuana, it is still years away.

Contact a West Palm Beach Personal Injury Attorney After A Drugged Driving Accident

If a driver impaired by prescription drugs or illicit drugs caused your personal injury claim, and you don’t feel as if you are getting the proper consideration from the other party’s insurance company, it’s important that you hire an experienced law firm to represent you. Experience and prior success are two big indicators that a firm can handle complex cases. Please contact Fetterman & Associates at 561-845-2510 to schedule a case evaluation.

Involved in a Hit-and-Run? You Might Need a Car Accident Lawyer

According to Wikipedia, a hit-and-run accident is defined as “the act of causing a traffic accident and not stopping afterward. It is considered a supplemental crime in most jurisdictions.” In other words, leaving the scene of an accident you caused is against the law. Unfortunately, many drivers are too nervous, angry, or complacent to stop. For this reason, car accident lawyer offices work around the clock to provide justice to those injured in hit-and-run accidents.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a reckless driver, call our experienced team at Fetterman & Associates to file your Florida personal injury lawsuit. Our office is dedicated to fighting for the compensation you deserve.

The History 

Involved in a Hit-and-Run? You Might Need a Car Accident Lawyer“Hit-and-run” laws arose from the difficulties that early traffic collision victims faced in identifying perpetrators so that they could be brought to justice,” Wikipedia reads. “Apart from the obvious ability of an automobile to flee the scene quickly…drivers often wore driving goggles, vehicles at the time did not have license plates, and roads were unpaved and thus quite dirty.”

Regardless of the changes in technology and fashion, hit-and-run accidents have continued at an alarming rate.

Why Drivers Leave 

While there’s no concrete way of knowing why a driver fled the scene of an accident, there are two popular reasons: the driver is not properly licensed, or the driver is not properly insured. The driver may also be interested in avoiding law enforcement for other reasons, such as ongoing criminal activity. This means following a driver fleeing the scene is not advisable. Instead, get in touch with a car accident lawyer as soon as possible.

Steps to Follow 

As State Farm outlines, there are several things you should do (if possible) after being injured in a hit-and-run accident.

  • First, get the license plate number of the other vehicle. Even a partial number will help.
  • Next, call the police and report the incident.
  • After speaking with police, you’ll be asked to complete an accident report. Include any potential witnesses in this report and be as thorough as possible.
  • Finally, call your insurance company and report the accident.

On the flip side, there are several things you should not do after being injured in a hit-and-run accident, including:

  • Blocking traffic while waiting for first responders.
  • Remaining in your vehicle if you cannot leave a travel lane.
  • Leaving the scene of the accident to confront the other driver.

Taking these actions could lead to further crashes, injuries, and arrests. Instead, contact a car accident lawyer to file your Florida personal injury lawsuit as soon as possible.

Get in Touch With a Hit-and-Run Car Accident Lawyer For Representation 

There are few things more stressful than being injured in a hit-and-run accident. If you or a loved one has been harmed due to the negligence of another driver, contact our team of experienced personal injury attorneys at Fetterman & Associates by calling (561) 845-2510. Our mobile office will come to you, ensuring you get the medical care and treatment you need – and the compensation you deserve.

Personal Injury Attorney’s Contacted as Distracted Driving Accidents Increase

Being involved in a Florida car accident can be frustrating, scary, and uncomfortable. But what happens when the cause of the accident was a distracted driver? This question has led many victims to contact a personal injury attorney in an attempt to seek compensation for physical and emotional distress.

Victims of distracted driving in Florida have two parties to hold responsible – the driver and the state government, which has failed to pass strong restrictions on distracted driving. In the early months of 2018, representatives in Florida promised to get tougher on texting. Already, the idea has floundered, paving the way for even more accidents and personal injury lawsuits.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to careless or reckless driving, contact an experienced personal injury attorney team at Fetterman & Associates. Our lawyers are prepared to fight for the compensation you deserve.

Florida Car Accidents: Texting and Driving

Personal Injury AttorneyAccording to the Sun Sentinel, “The [proposed bill] has stalled in the Senate and will not be heard in its final committee. Its chair, state Sen. Rob Bradley, R-Fleming Island, cites worries about police invading drivers’ privacy and minorities being treated unfairly.”

The bill in question would make texting and driving a primary offense, allowing officers to pull offenders over immediately. Under current state law, texting alone is not enough.

To address concerns from Bradley and other representatives, an update to the bill added that police would be required to inform those pulled over for texting and driving that a request to search their phone could be refused without a warrant.

Officers would also be required to mark the ethnicities of drivers cited for texting and driving, allowing statistics about possible racial profiling to be gathered.

Still, in the final days of the legislative session (which ended in mid-March), representatives failed to act. It is unlikely the bill will face consideration again in the near future.

Statistics and Reports

Between 2013 and 2016, the number of accidents in Florida rose by 11 percent. The number of careless driving crashes, however, rose by four times that amount.

According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), more than 600,000 drivers use electronic devices on a daily basis. In 2015, nearly 400,000 people were injured in distracted-driving accidents. Of these people, more than 3,000 were killed.

Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney For Representation 

Being injured in a Florida car accident is difficult enough. Knowing the responsible party hasn’t been held responsible is even worse.

If you or a loved one has been injured by a distracted driver, contact our personal injury attorney team at Fetterman & Associates by calling (561)-316-2746. Our investigative and legal team will work closely with you to ensure the best possible chance of receiving the compensation you deserve.

What Is a Demand Letter In Car Accident Injury Claims?

Car Accident Attorney After you’ve been injured in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you may have the right to file a civil suit against the person responsible.

The personal injury attorney who takes your case will gather all the evidence in your favor, and then will reach out to the representative of the insurance company that provides liability coverage to person who caused the accident.

Typically, the first contact will be in the form of what is known as a ‘demand letter,’ which details exactly what you are looking for in terms of compensation for your injuries.

What Details Are Included In a Demand Letter For Car Accident Injury Claims? 

A demand letter is the first step in trying to get the other side’s insurance company to compensate you without having to go to court.

Demand letters commonly include:

  • Official Police Report of the Accident– This often includes photos and videos that were taken at the accident scene.
  • Description of the Incident
  • Explanation of How Other Person Caused Accident
  • Explanation of Victim’s Injuries
  • List of Medical Expenses– This often includes medical bills
  • Proof of Lost Wages – This usually requires a letter from an employer or contractor that details days missed and pay lost.
  • Other Losses – This is usually known as the ‘pain and suffering’ portion of the letter in which your lawyer details the changes in your daily life caused by the accident. For example, some car accident victims may develop symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which can create anxiety and distress.
  • Settlement Demand – This usually comes at the end, because it is the amount of money that your lawyer is ‘demanding’ for all the losses and expenses you have suffered due to the car accident.

 What Happens After Your Lawyer Sends a Demand Letter? 

Sending a demand letter doesn’t mean that the other person’s insurance company will agree to things that your lawyer has asked for, and in fact, in most claims, this is just the beginning of the process.

The insurance company representative will likely come back with a counteroffer, or dispute some of the details included in the demand letter, and that usually leads to back-and-forth negotiations to avoid a jury trial.

Car Accidents Are Not Always Simple Claims 

Some victims of car accidents believe that their cases will be easy to resolve, but even in claims in which fault is obvious, the other party’s insurance company may not want its client to take responsibility for the accident. That’s why a strong demand letter is just the beginning in formulating a winning strategy for your claim. The team of Fetterman & Associates, P.A. has the experience to help you get everything you deserve after you suffer injuries in a car accident. Please call us today at (561) 561-845-2510 to schedule a free consultation.

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5 Common Errors in Child Car Seat Installation

The leading cause of death to children between the ages of three and 14 in the U.S. is car accidents. While car seats can help reduce the number of children injured in car accidents, if they aren’t used properly, the car seats can actually do more harm than good.

Getting to know the most common mistakes made with car seats can help parents reduce the potential of serious injuries and fatalities if a car accident were to occur.

The Car Seat is Faced Forward too Soon Leading to Greater Injuries during a Car Accident

5 Common Errors in Child Car Seat InstallationIt is required that babies ride in a car seat that faces the rear of a vehicle until they reach one year old and/or weigh a minimum of 20 pounds or more. Unfortunately, approximately 25 percent of parents turn their child’s car seat forward much sooner than they should. In a rear facing car seat, the child’s entire head, neck and back are supported. When it is turned to face forward, they are only being restrained by the harness strap, losing the neck and head support. This increases the risk of a neck or spinal injury significantly.

The Car Seat hasn’t been Installed Tightly Enough Leading to More Injuries if a Car Accident Occurs

When a person jiggles the car seat after the safety belt has been pulled through and buckled, it is important to take note of how much it moves. If the char moves any more than an inch in any direction, then it is too loose. The fact is, there are several anchors on modern car seats to ensure they are secured to the vehicle. These all need to be used to ensure the car seat doesn’t move excessively, putting a child at risk for injuries if a car accident were to occur.

The Infant Seat is Not Angled Properly Resulting in More Injuries During a Car Accident

The seat has to be reclined enough so the child in it won’t flow forward too much; however, no more than 45 degrees from being vertical. If the child is positioned at an angle larger than that, they may be thrown out between the harness or straps, headfirst. This may cause serious injuries and even death if a car accident occurs.

The Harness Straps are Too Loose During a Car Accident

It is important that the straps are tightened so that the slack left in them is unable to be pinched by an adult’s forefinger and thumb. If the straps are easily moved, a child can get their arms from under them, resulting in them being thrown from the seat if a car accident occurred. Also, never put a child in the car seat harness with a large winter jacket or blanket on. This leaves too much slack and increases the risk of an injury during a car accident.

The Harness Straps aren’t in the Proper Slots Leading to Issues During a Car Accident

When a child is still in a rear facing car seat, the straps should be in the slot that is just below or right at the shoulder. In a forward-facing position, the straps need to come through the top slots, unless the instructions say something different.

The injuries that may occur during a car accident if a child’s car seat is not properly installed or used are severe. If your child has been injured in a car accident that was the fault of someone else, you should contact the team of attorneys from Fetterman & Associates by calling 561-845-2510 for help.

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Living With Those With Brain Injuries

Car Accidents Considered Top Cause of TBI in the U.S.

Life can change in a flash if you are involved in a car accident. Regardless of the damage done to your body or vehicle, being involved in an auto collision can be a very traumatic experience. Unfortunately, there are many car accidents each year that result in serious damage, like traumatic brain injuries.

car accidentsThe road to recovery following a TBI can be a very long one. Many people who experience these types of injuries are unable to work, which is why personal injury lawsuits are so common in cases like this. Working with a reputable and experienced lawyer is essential when attempting to get the compensation you are owed.

Car Accidents are One of the Top 3 Causes of TBIs

Statistics show that car accidents accounted for nearly 14% of the TBIs that hospitals and emergency rooms treat each year. This means that vehicle collisions are the third highest cause of TBIs in this country. The second most common cause was slip and fall accidents and the most common reason for TBIs was being struck in the head with an object. Rather than suffering in silence with a TBI, you need to seek out the help of a legal professional. A lawyer will be able to listen to the details of your case and let you know whether or not it is worth pursuing.

The TBIs Caused By Car Accidents Have Varying Effects

The TBIs that result from car accidents run the gamut from being both mild and incredibly serious. Some people fail to realize that even mild brain injuries can have serious effects on a person’s health and well-being. Many people who experience these types of injuries find that they are never quite the same as they were before their accident. In more severe TBI cases, individuals have to relearn fundamental things like speaking and walking. If you have experienced a TBI and have medical bills that just keep growing, your best course of action is seeking out legal advice. The medical bills and the pain and suffering you experience as a result of a TBI can be claimed in your lawsuit. If these injuries were caused by the negligent actions of another individual, then you may be able to get compensated for your injuries.

Car Accidents Are a Common Cause of Fatal TBIs

The number three cause of fatal TBIs in this country is car accidents. Nearly one in every five TBI related deaths are caused by TBIs each year. People from the ages of five to twenty-four are the most likely to die from TBIs that result from a car accident. With all of the dangers lurking around on the roadways of the America, you definitely have to keep your head on a swivel when behind the wheel. Failing to take the dangers on the roadways of your area seriously will only put you at an increased risk of being involved in a collision.

Coping With the Effects of TBIs Caused By Car Accidents

Learning how to deal with the effects of TBIs caused by car accidents can be quite difficult. Many people who suffer these types of injuries will become frustrated when trying to figure out their new limitations. What was so easy for a person to do before a TBI will seem nearly impossible in this new reality. Getting monetary compensation for the pain and suffering you experience as a result of a TBI can be much easier with the help of a legal professional.

If you need help with your car accident situation, contact our team of attorneys at Fetterman & Associates by calling (561) 845-2510.

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