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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.

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 Divorce 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.

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.

Why You Should Consider Contacting a Burn Injury Attorney

In 1992, Stella Liebeck – then seventy-nine – bought a cup of coffee at a McDonald’s drive-thru. She spilled the coffee on her lap, suffering severe burns. Afterward, Liebeck sued McDonald’s and was awarded nearly three million dollars in damages with the help of a burn injury attorney.

Since then, hundreds of cases involving companies that literally burned their customers have been brought to the forefront.

If you or a loved one has been the victim of a burn accident, contact our experienced Florida personal injury lawyers at Fetterman & Associates. Our investigative team will dedicate itself to your case, ensuring the fairest possible result.

Ongoing Litigation 

Burn Injury AttorneyValissa Richard was traveling on a Carnival cruise ship in the fall of 2016 when, during the course of her meal in the dining hall, a waiter brought her tea in a teapot that was “designed with a non-locking, non-sealing hinged lid.”

Another woman at the table, Sherrie Dawson, was allegedly using a maraca when the waiter approached the table.

“As [he] approached the table to serve Richard, Dawson hit his hand – the teapot then fell off the saucer, spilling hot water onto Richard’s chest, right shoulder, and right arm,” U.S. District Judge Federico A. Moreno explained in a court order. “Richard suffered severe injuries from the accident, including second degree burns on her right chest, breast, and upper and lower right arm.”

After the incident, Richard contacted a burn injury attorney.

The Argument

Richard claims these injuries left permanent damage. She charged Carnival with negligence in the manner, method, and mode of serving hot tea.

Carnival, in turn, claims Dawson added an unforeseen factor to the table, ultimately causing Richard’s injuries by hitting the waiter with her maraca.

“It is purely speculation,” Carnival argued. “And otherwise impossible for the plaintiff to assert that a different model teapot, or holding the teapot with two hands instead of one, or holding the teapot by its handle, or even serving the hot water at lower temperatures would have not harmed or injured the plaintiff.”

Carnival requested a summary judgment (a judgment without a trial) in its favor, but was denied by Moreno.

“Although the parties concur about many of the events preceding Richard’s injuries,” he wrote. “Their dueling statements of facts illuminate several genuine and material factual disputes.”

Contact a Burn Injury Attorney for Assistance and Representation 

The legal system can be difficult to navigate without assistance. If you would like to file a lawsuit against a company responsible for burn injuries, contact a burn injury attorney at Fetterman & Associates. Our team of Florida personal injury lawyers is prepared to assist, represent, and fight for compensation. Contact our office at (561)-316-2746.

What To Do If Your Lyft Crashes, As Explained By A Personal Injury Lawyer

As humans, we’ve learned to expect the unexpected. Even so, nobody truly anticipates the crash of their Uber or Lyft. What happens in the aftermath? Who should be held responsible? These complex questions can be answered with the assistance of an experienced personal injury lawyer.

If you or a loved one have been involved in an Uber or Lyft accident, contact our legal team at Fetterman & Associates. Our in-house investigative team will devote its time and energy to your case, fighting for a fair outcome that promises the compensation you deserve.

Recent Accidents 

Personal Injury LawyerAn article published in July of 2017 for TIME outlined the process that begins the moment an Uber or Lyft collides with another vehicle – or, in the case of the writer, a person.

“It turns out, if you’re ever in an accident involving Uber or Lyft, you likely won’t sue the ride-sharing company outright, according to multiple lawyers,” the article reads. “Drivers are technically independent contractors, not employees, meaning the company can deny liability for crashes involving their drivers.”

One such case occurred when, in 2014, a six-year-old girl was struck and killed by an Uber driver. The driver was eventually charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter, carrying a maximum twelve- month sentence.

Although the family of the slain girl sued Uber, officials emphasized the driver was not a company employee, and was not responding to a fare request at the time of the accident.

The Steps to Follow

Though your legal options vary based on state laws, there are several steps you should take after your Uber or Lyft crashes. First, call first responders. Second, take pictures of the wreck. Next, write down the name of the driver and contact information for any witnesses. Finally, take screenshots of your ride-sharing request and receipt.

If you’ve been injured, contact a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible.

Typically speaking, if your ride-sharing driver is deemed at-fault for the accident, you’ll be covered under a liability policy through James River Insurance. If you plan to file a lawsuit yourself, you’ll sue the at-fault driver.

In order to sue Lyft or Uber directly, you’ll have to prove the company itself did something that contributed to the accident, such as hiring an incompetent or dangerous driver. This can be difficult, especially when the ride-sharing company can hide behind ignorance.

Contact an Experienced Personal Injury Lawyer for Assistance 

There are few things more unexpected than being involved in an Uber or Lyft accident. If you or a loved one has been injured in such an accident, contact Fetterman & Associates at (561)-316-2746. We specialize in consumer safety and protection. Our personal injury lawyer team is prepared to fight for the compensation you deserve.

Uber Accidents in Florida – Who’s Responsible?

Personal Injury AttorneysAccording to an article published by Fortune in 2015, written firsthand by a passenger involved in an Uber accident, the process can be stressful. The author shared that Uber and Lyft “have notoriously worked to avoid as much responsibility as possible when it comes to accidents.”

For some passengers injured in accidents, the solution is simple – bring everyone to court and let a judge decide. If you or a loved one have questions about an Uber or Lyft accident, contact a Florida injury lawyer at Fetterman & Associates for assistance.

The Accident

Perhaps the most notorious Uber accident in Florida history occurred over the holiday season in 2015, when a twenty-year-old passenger from southwest Miami-Dade was killed in a dangerous crash.

Pablo Sanchez Jr. called for an Uber to a Miami nightclub just after four o’clock in the morning on December 27. The driver, Jean Ralph Adam, arrived to transport Sanchez and three of his friends home. While making a left-hand turn, the GMC Yukon was struck by a Toyota Corolla.

The Uber vehicle rolled over, landing against a wall and exploding into flames. While Adam and Sanchez’s friends escaped without serious injury, Sanchez was trapped and killed.

After the accident, a spokesman for Uber released a statement saying, “We are deeply saddened by this tragic accident and our thoughts are with all those involved and their families during this very difficult time.” This statement was repeated in an article published on the CBS Miami website describing the accident.

Despite the response from Uber, members of Sanchez’s family demanded to know if Adam was distracted or tired during the drive. A lawsuit was ultimately filed against both Uber and Adam, in addition to vehicle owner ShammaChery and Alexander Chica – the driver of the Toyota Corolla.

Who’s Responsible? 

When an Uber or Lyft accident takes place, blame is often thrown in several different directions. First, the company attempts to learn the exact circumstances surrounding the accident. Was the driver tired or distracted behind the wheel? Was the passenger involved? How could the accident have been avoided?

Once these questions are answered and eyewitness accounts are provided (if possible), the company determines whether to file the claim on the business policy or force the driver to file a personal claim. In the midst of this, passengers often find themselves unsure who to hold responsible for sustained injuries and medical bills.

Contact Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys at Fetterman & Associates

Because there are so many questions and complications surrounding the issue, a team of professionals can help passengers and injured drivers obtain the compensation they deserve. If you or a loved one would like to speak with a Florida injury lawyer about a life-altering Uber accident, contact Fetterman & Associates at (561)-288-8027.

What to Do After Suffering a Personal Injury in a Hit and Run Accident?

Regardless of how careful you may be on the road a single careless person can cause an accident in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, in the state of Florida, hit and run accidents happen all too often. If you have suffered a personal injury during a hit and run accident, you need to take a few steps right away to help preserve your case.

Steps to Take After Suffering a Personal Injury in a Hit and Run Accident

If you have been hit by another vehicle, and they drove away, there are five things you should try to do right away. These include:

  • Contact law enforcement
  • Provide a statement to the police and have a report filed
  • Acquire the names and contact information for anyone who may have seen the accident
  • Take pictures or video of your vehicle’s damage and any personal injuries you have suffered
  • Get medical treatment for injuries

The Presumption of Negligence in Hit and Run Accidents Resulting in a Personal Injury

Personal Injury LawyersThe state of Florida allows for the presumption of negligence in cases such as hit and runs. Because a jury may conclude that any driver who leaves the scene after an accident has been negligent, it makes sense that the actual act of leaving is also considered indicative of the other driver’s degree of fault.

In this case, an example would be that juries could reasonably state that drivers who are only one percent at fault for the accident would be much less likely to leave the scene, than one who was more at fault. Additionally, the jury may determine drivers who are 99 percent at fault are more likely to leave the scene than one who was less at fault.

Additionally, if you were the victim of a hit and run accident, and the personal injury you incur involves mental anguish because of the other person leaving the scene, then you may be entitled to receive additional damages. The additional suffering that you encounter because of the circumstances of the accident is something relevant to prove, and that is probative of your damages.

Insurance Impact on Personal Injuries Resulting from Hit and Run Accidents

One of the issues that has the most impact on the case is related to insurance coverage for you, as well as the at-fault part. Currently, the state of Florida doesn’t require drivers to have bodily injury coverage, but it does require $10,000 in PIP, and $10,000 in property coverage. In most cases, your own PIP coverage is what will be used to handle your medical costs after a hit and run accident.

However, if you believe that you deserve more, or that your pain and suffering surpassed the limits of Florida’s insurance coverage, then the best thing you can do is contact a personal injury attorney. They can review the facts of your case to determine the best course of action for the situation.

More information about hit and run accidents and the personal injury issues you may encounter can be found by contacting an attorney. If you need help or have questions, contact the team of lawyers from Fetterman & Associates by calling 561-845-2510.

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Child Injuries: Unsecured Televisions a Top Cause and Why You Should Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

Virtually any home you visit, and likely even your own, has massive flat screen televisions situated on a shelf or attached to the wall. Unfortunately, what many parents fail to realize is that these amazing sources of entertainment can also result in serious injuries to their children.

Personal Injury LawyerBetween the years of 1990 and 2011 the number of children who suffered an injury because of falling televisions increased by 125 percent. Additionally, over 17,000 children, less than 18 years of age, are treated each year in emergency rooms because of television-related accidents. To put this in perspective, that’s one child every 30 minutes, according to the Journal of Pediatrics.

While some consider injuries related to televisions in the home as the parent’s responsibility, you have to wonder if manufacturers should include some type of warning regarding the potential dangers of this incident and what may happen. If your child is injured in a falling television-related accident, the best thing you can do is contact a personal injury attorney for assistance.

Common Injuries from a TV Fall Incident and How a Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help

The most common injuries that personal injury attorneys see related to television tip-over and falling incidents include:

  • Cuts, bruises and lacerations
  • Broken bones
  • Internal bleeding
  • Traumatic brain injuries and other head injuries

In fact, according to statistics, the most commonly injured body parts were the head and neck area. However, the injuries ranged from minor, being bruises and scratches, to severe, including death.

A personal injury attorney can review the facts of your case to determine if the manufacturer, seller or another party is evenly partially at-fault for the injury your child incurred. If they are, they can then help you pursue a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages for the injuries and expenses you have sustained.

Protecting Your Children from Needing Help from Personal Injury Attorneys

The best way for parents to protect their children from potentially severe injuries because of a falling television is to secure the TV to a wall or other sturdy object. Also, parents should avoid putting toys, the remote or anything else on furniture that a television is sitting on, as this is one of the top reasons that children climb on furniture and suffer television tip-over accidents.

In addition to securing your televisions, manufacturers and sellers of all televisions should include warnings regarding the tip over risk. In some cases, if this warning was not present when the television was purchased, the injured party may be able to file a liability lawsuit; however, this is something that should be discussed with a personal injury attorney to figure out for sure.

If your child has been a victim of a television tip-over accident, then it is a good idea to contact a personal injury attorney today. They can review the facts of your case and help you recover the compensation you deserve for the injuries incurred. For more information about filing a personal injury lawsuit, contact the team of attorneys at Fetterman & Associates by calling 561-845-2510.

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What Does Personal Injury Really Mean?

If you have been injured, then you may find yourself wondering whether you can take legal action or not. So, what does personal injury really mean, and how does filing a personal injury lawsuit work?

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First off, personal injury is any injury to an individual, when defined simply. However, when it comes to personal injury law, this can become more complex. Personal injury can include car accidents where you were not at fault, work-related injuries, pedestrian accidents, slip-and-fall incidents, and much more. Depending on the complexity of your case, you will likely want to seek out a personal injury attorney that has experience working with cases like your own.

How Are Personal Injury Cases Settled?

One of the most frustrating things when you are the victim of a personal injury case is waiting for settlement – especially if you are relying on that settlement to pay your medical bills, or even your regular bills while you recover and get ready to go back to work.

There are two main ways that personal injury cases are settled – in a formal lawsuit, or through an informal settlement.

A formal lawsuit allows you (the “plaintiff”) to file a “complaint” of sorts against another person, business, corporation or even a government agency (the “defendant”). When you do this, you are alleging that the individual or entity acted carelessly or irresponsibly in a way that is directly connected with your accident or injury, and was the reason for the resulting harm you suffered. This is basically filing a lawsuit, in which you will go to court and a final settlement amount will be determined by a judge.

An informal settlement on the other hand allows you to settle things outside of the courtroom and is the more common way for a personal injury case to be resolved. This is usually in the form of a settlement, often agreed upon between the injured, the individual or entity being held liable, their insurers, and the attorneys representing both sides. Generally, there is negotiation between the attorneys or a mediator, and when an agreement is met, it is put in writing for both sides to sign.

It also often requires that both sides agree to forgo taking further action (such as a future lawsuit), saving both time and money for all parties involved.

How Long Do I have to File Personal Injury Suit?

How long you can take file your personal injury case, complaint or lawsuit depends on a number of variable factors including where you live, what type of accident took place leading to the injury, and how long ago it happened.

Generally, personal injury claims are subject to something called a Statute of Limitations, which limits how long you can wait to report a claim before you no longer can. This will vary by state, so be sure to check the specific Statute of Limitations for your state if you are considering filing a complaint long after the fact. It will also depend on what type of personal injury case it is –the limitations for filing against an individual (for example a car accident claim) will be different than it is for a sex crime or a workplace injury. However, in most cases, you are better off filing your claim as soon as possible after the injury occurs or is discovered.

If you have questions regarding personal injury law or are looking for representation in a personal injury claim, contact the experienced attorneys at Fetterman & Associates for a free consultation.

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Working with your Personal Injury Lawyer to Prepare for Trial

Personal Injury LawyerMost personal injury cases settle before trial.  However, sometimes, for any number of reasons, a personal injury case goes to trial.  In trial, either a judge or a jury decides the facts of the case, from who is at fault to how much money an injured party may be entitled to.  Of course, working with your personal injury lawyer to prepare for trial is a critical step in the process.

Understanding how a Personal Injury Lawyer Prepares for Trial

Different lawyers prepare for trial differently. However, all personal injury lawyers prepare for trial in some way or another.  Much of your personal injury lawyer’s preparation happens without your presence or knowledge.  However, as the injured party, expect to testify in your case.  As such, you can expect your personal injury attorney and his team will want to meet with you prior to trial to discuss things such as:

  • Your testimony; as well as
  • General rules regarding testimony.

Understanding Testimony in a Personal Injury Trial

If you watch television at all, you have probably seen one or more grilling cross examination scenes.  Don’t let those television scenes, designed for maximum drama, intimidate you.  In real life, participants generally find things are not that dramatic.  Your personal injury attorney will want to meet with you ahead of your trial to discuss your case and your testimony.

You will first be asked open ended questions, where you have the opportunity to describe your accident, how it impacted your health and well-being, your recovery, and anything else your personal injury attorney believes is important.  Some attorneys practice anticipated cross examination as well.  Cross examination is very different from direct exam.  Most of the time, cross examination consists of yes or no questions.

For both direct and cross examination, your personal injury attorney west palm beach will discuss their expectations about your testimony.  Sometimes, your personal injury attorney may review evidence with you, such as photos of the scene of the accident, your medical bills, your personal injury journal, or other exhibits.  If you gave a deposition, your personal injury attorney will ask you to review that testimony as well.

General Rules Regarding Testimony

Here are some basic general rules of testimony that hold true in every case.

  • Tell the truth.
  • If you don’t understand the question, don’t guess as to what the lawyer means. Ask for clarification.
  • If you didn’t hear the question, don’t guess the content of the question. Ask for clarification.
  • If you don’t know the answer, indicate you don’t know the answer. Don’t guess.
  • Listen to the question. Answer only the question asked, regardless of what you think the question should have been.
  • Only provide information directly related to the question asked. Don’t add more information that wasn’t asked about.
  • Take your time. Many attorneys encourage witnesses take a deep breath before answering each question. This gives the witness time to think about what was asked and organize their thoughts.
  • Finally, resist overstating or understating the extent of your injuries.

If You Have Been Injured

If you have been injured, you need an advocate on your side, representing your best interests and fighting for you.  The personal injury attorneys at Fetterman & Associates have the experience you need to advocate for you.  Contact us at 561-845-2510 to discuss your case.

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Why You Should Keep a Personal Injury Journal

If you have suffered a personal injury, you should keep a personal injury journal from the very first day of injury.  Personal injury attorneys seek compensation for pain and suffering (among other things).  Insurance attorneys argue the suffering was not that bad, or was not their client’s fault.  A personal injury journal provides proof in real time the suffering you experience and how well you followed doctor’s orders.  A personal injury journal can be the difference between being compensated for your injuries adequately, or not at all.

Personal Injury and Pain and Suffering

If you have been injured, your attorney will ask for compensation for your pain and suffering.  However, most personal injury law suits take months to years to resolve.  As excruciating as your pain may be today, 18 months from now, you may not be able to independently recall what percentage of each day was consumed by crushing headaches, or how long you were unable to hold your own fork.

Personal Injury

While there is not a single right way to maintain a personal injury journal, there are some common themes found in well documented journals.  First, develop a scale for your pain.  It can be a scale of one to ten.  Alternatively, it can be a grade of A to F.  It doesn’t really matter what your scale is.  What matters is that you choose a scale and define the ratings.  Is an “A” a really good day or a really bad one?  There’s no right answer, but your journal should have the answer documented.

Next, make entries to document your pain.  Quantify the pain using your scale.  Detail the various pains you experience.  “Detail” is the operative word.  “Feeling crummy” is not nearly as informative as, “Headache from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Pain meds took the edge off but did not alleviate the pain entirely.  Unable to walk to the bathroom and back to bed.  Needed help.”  Even though this is just a few more sentences, it will provide the jury with the information they need to quantify your pain.  Try entering pain and functioning information each day.

Be Realistic

Be realistic about your condition.  The most common errors people make in personal injury cases include overstating and understating their condition.  It is unlikely you will be in “excruciating pain” every day for the next year.  Similarly, understating your pain, or neglecting to document your pain, can result in a lower settlement offer.

Document Following Doctor’s Orders

Finally, use your personal injury journal to document your compliance with doctor’s orders.  It is not uncommon for insurance attorneys to argue you could have recovered faster or more completely if you had followed your doctor’s orders.  By maintaining a personal injury journal that includes your doctor’s visits, your physical therapy exercises, and taking your medications as prescribed, you document your compliance.

If You Have Suffered an Injury

If you have suffered an injury, you may be entitled to compensation, including compensation for pain and suffering.  At Fetterman and Associates, our team of personal injury lawyers have the experience you need to receive maximum compensation for your injuries.  We have over 40 years of experience representing injured people.  There is no fee unless we win your case.  Contact us today at 561-845-2510 to discuss the facts and circumstances of your particular case.

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