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Sagi Shaked, Esq., Recognized as Board-Certified Advocate

Sagi Shaked, Esq., has a long history of exemplary legal service. Since 2007, he has operated his own law firm and has successfully represented thousands of clients in a variety of personal injury matters. He has also received many awards and distinctions, including recognition as a board-certified advocate by the Florida Bar Association.  Early...

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What Is the Likelihood I Will Experience a Car Accident in Miami, FL?

If you drive or ride in cars regularly, you will likely experience a car accident at some point. Although it’s impossible to predict when you’ll have an accident, you can determine the odds of one occurring, especially in a specific city. How Many Car Accidents Are There in Miami, FL Each Year? Miami-Dade County...

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Can I Continue to Drive My Car After an Accident in Miami, FL?

You’re on your way to an important event when suddenly, you find yourself in a car wreck. After everything has seemingly been taken care of, you ask yourself whether you should drive your car or not. Obviously, the answer depends heavily on the condition of the vehicle. But there are also other important factors...

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4 Common Causes of Boating Accidents in Florida

Florida leads the country in boating accidents. With 679 recreational boating accidents – according to a 2020 report – Florida has more than twice as many accidents as the second-place state, California. Once you include commercial boats, Florida reported 836 boat accidents in 2020. These accidents killed 79 people and injured 534. The Florida...

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How to Find out If Someone Has Car Insurance in Miami, FL

If you have been involved in a car accident in the state of Florida, you may feel overwhelmed and uncertain about what to do. In these instances, it is critical to determine whether the other motorists involved have auto insurance.  Ideally, you should collect this information before you leave the scene of the car...

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Florida Truck Lane Restrictions

Lawmakers in Florida have enacted truck lane restrictions to minimize the amount of time a large truck occupies specific traffic lanes. The goal is to reduce truck accidents in Miami and throughout the state. You have probably shared the road with a semi-truck as you drive in and around Miami. Commercial trucks travel through...

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Do You Have to Wear a Motorcycle Helmet in Miami, FL?

With its gorgeous year-round weather, Miami, FL, is the perfect place to ride a motorcycle. However, a motorcycle accident can be dangerous or even fatal without a helmet. Many motorcycle riders wonder just what Miami’s helmet laws are and the penalties for not abiding by them. Helmet Laws in Florida Motorcycle helmet laws apply...

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What Happens If YOU are Sued After Causing a Collision?

Florida is a “no-fault” auto insurance state. Most of the time, a car accident victim must look to their own insurance policy to cover their medical bills and lost wages. However, no-fault insurance does not cover non-economic damages such as pain and suffering. It also does not apply to property damage claims. You can...

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Florida Car and Booster Seat Laws

Did you know that car accidents are the leading cause of death for children in the U.S.? About 20% of all child deaths are due to motor vehicle collisions. However, you can improve your chances of keeping your child safe by buckling them into age-appropriate car safety seats. As per the Florida Department of...

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Do I Need to File a Police Report After a Miami Truck Accident?

Florida law requires you to report a Miami truck accident if the accident meets specific criteria. However, because you could sustain injuries that you might not be aware of immediately following a truck accident, it is generally wise to call the police to report the crash and allow them to file a police report....

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