Recent Blog Posts
New Study Finds that Traumatic Brain Injuries—Including Concussions—Are Linked to Higher Risk of Suicide
Douglas & Carter routinely helps individuals who have received traumatic brain injury caused by another person’s negligence. To strengthen our clients’ cases, we work closely with neurologists and other experts to stay current on the latest developments in the diagnosis and treatment of brain injuries. According to a new study just out of the… Read More »
This summer has, unfortunately, seen its fair share of people injured and killed by exploding e-cigarettes, including incidents here in Florida. According to recent reporting, one in every 10 American adults has tried or regularly uses e-cigarettes. These “cigarette-like” devices are battery-powered, whereby the battery heats an “e-liquid” containing nicotine that is then released… Read More »
On June 26, a Broward County pedestrian was struck and killed by a train, making him the third confirmed death on South Florida’s railroad tracks just in the past week. According to witnesses, the pedestrian tried to dodge the train, but the train did not stop. This unfortunate accident comes a mere three days… Read More »
According to a preliminary report released by the National Transportation Safety Board on June 26th, the battery in a Model S Tesla car involved in a fatal car accident here in Florida reignited twice after firefighters extinguished the blaze that consumed the vehicle on impact, presenting a significant hazard to consumers. The report is… Read More »
Summer is a tricky time when it comes to truck accidents because summer is construction season in many states like Florida, which means that many lane deviations and traffic patterns pop up every day and surprise drivers. It also makes it more difficult for State Patrol officers to do their job because the shoulders… Read More »
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