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Burns can come from a variety of accidents, from auto accidents to house fires. Burn injuries leave painful roads to recovery for its survivors, often lasting years and including painful trips to the doctor, surgeries, or medications. If you or someone you love has been injured by burns due to negligence, hiring a Florida personal...
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Florida, like many other states, does not allow drivers to have open containers of alcohol in a vehicle or allow drinking while driving. When drivers violate these laws, even without an accident, the consequences are severe. Even people who are not driving the vehicle are not allowed open containers. Regardless of if the vehicle is...
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Anyone who has required the assistance of a lawyer before knows that the process can sometimes be daunting and relentlessly disappointing. When you begin work with a lawyer, you expect that you will be on track to fight for the justice you or a loved one deserves. Sadly, some clients end up feeling burned and...
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Being seriously injured in Florida from an auto accident means that there is a good chance that damages will exceed policy limits, meaning you may be able to file a claim against the driver who executed negligent behavior, causing the accident. You may be able to get compensation to help cover medical expenses and lost...
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All too often, traumatic brain injury, or TBI, results from dangerous accidents, whether they are on the road or at a job site. TBI occurs when a sudden but forceful impact hits the head or the rapid motion of the brain inside the skull (such as forwards and backward motions that happen with whiplash during...
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Drivers are required to move over for emergency vehicles or slow down, as required by federal law. Failure to do so can result in a fine and added points to driver’s licenses. Most drivers can safely clear the way, but sometimes, it is not always possible. Emergency vehicle accidents can cause severe injury, but who...
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Wrongful death claims are civil lawsuits that allow family members the right to hold a negligent party responsible for a loved one’s death. Compensation comes in the form of financial compensation, and spouses, children, parents, and other financially dependent relatives are eligible to file a claim and recover damages under Florida law.  Filing a wrongful...
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People love dogs, and most of the time, owning one proves to be harmless and meaningful. However, dogs are still animals and sometimes can do things on instinct, such as bite or attack. In Florida, dog owners may be held liable for injuries that come from a dog bite or attack, whether in a public...
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Defective products are the cause of thousands of injuries across the United States every year. Product liability law is the country’s set of laws regarding who is held liable for those defective or dangerous products. However, product liability law differs from normal personal injury law. In some cases, it may be easier for the injured...
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The Statute of Limitations is defined by the period of time a person may file a lawsuit following the incident. Filing a personal injury claim can be a lengthy process, and when a head injury is involved, it can prove to be especially tricky. This is because the injured party may be so injured, they...
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