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When Can an Officer Search Your Car?

By Keith Bregoff |

Often, after pulling over a vehicle as part of a routine traffic stop, police officers will ask to search the vehicle. Drugs, guns, and other evidence of criminal activity they find during these searches end up as evidence in criminal cases. However, police officers are not always permitted to search the entirety of a… Read More »

Recent Stuart Pedestrian Fatality in Line with National Trend of Rising Pedestrian Deaths

By Keith Bregoff |

Americans have been dying at higher rates on US roads over recent years, and no group has seen a more dramatic rise in fatality rates than pedestrians. The death of a local man earlier this year is just one example of the trend. Learn more about the recent Indian River County pedestrian accident below,… Read More »

How a Lawyer Can Help You with Your Vero Beach Car Accident Claim

By Keith Bregoff |

Getting hurt in a serious motor vehicle accident can be devastating. You may be in pain, out of work, and unable to keep up with basic costs of living. The last thing you might feel up to doing is to fight with insurance adjusters or defense attorneys over the money you deserve from the… Read More »

The Importance of Evidence in Your Personal Injury Case

By Keith Bregoff |

Even when legal responsibility for an accident appears crystal clear, it isn’t easy to get the responsible party to admit fault, or to obtain the full amount in damages that you deserve for your injuries. In cases where the value of your claim is in dispute, it can help to have clear and objective… Read More »

Family of Bridge Collapse Victim Sues Builders of Bridge

By Keith Bregoff |

Earlier this month, the collapse of a bridge near Miami’s Florida International University caused the death of six and sent nine others to the hospital. The widow and 15-year-old son of one of the victims has now filed a lawsuit against those responsible for the bridge’s construction. Read on to learn about the case,… Read More »

Changes in Law Would End Florida’s No-Fault Car Insurance System

By Keith Bregoff |

A new bill before the Florida House of Representatives would end the state’s no-fault auto insurance system, transitioning to a fault-based system and changing the state’s car insurance requirements. Learn more about the potential changes to the law, and contact a Vero Beach car accident attorney with questions after an Indian River County car… Read More »

Cell Structure in Women’s Brains Make Concussions More Likely

By Keith Bregoff |

A concussion is a form of traumatic brain injury (TBI) that doesn’t just cause physical pain; it can alter a victim’s mood, memory, and temperament. The bulk of the research done on these mild traumatic brain injuries has been conducted on male subjects, and gender differences in how blows to the head affect victims… Read More »

Crash Results in Fatal Injuries for Young Unrestrained Passenger

By Keith Bregoff |

A recent Indian River County accident where a young passenger who was riding without a restraint at the time of a crash has resulted in fatal injuries for that passenger. The crash is an example of the critical importance of ensuring that all passengers wear restraints, with potential consequences when making a claim for… Read More »

Car Accidents on the Interstate 95 in Florida

By Keith Bregoff |

The Interstate 95 running through Florida is notorious for severe car accidents. Several collisions have already been reported in the first half of September this year, some of which occurred just within an hour of the other. Just recently, a tractor-trailer that crashed into some stopped vehicles along the Interstate 95 caused a chain… Read More »

Wrongful Death Claim Filed Against Florida Fair

By Keith Bregoff |

A family is suing the South Florida Fair after their loved one died while was holding a beam to help a forklift operator set up the attraction. The forklift operator touched an overhead power line carrying 13,200 volts of electricity with its boom, electrocuting the victim, whose family is now suing multiple parties for… Read More »

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