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  • Easter Injuries Florida Parents Need to Know About

    April 06, 2018

    Most people don’t think of Easter as a time when people tend to get injured, but every year people get hurt in various accidents related to the holiday.  What kind of accidents?  Well, one mother in Oregon is seeking $112,000 in damages after she was allegedly injured in a 2016 egg hunt. Rachel Townsend took […]

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  • Why Do Single-Car Accidents Happen in Florida?

    March 29, 2018

    A Lake City woman recently died in a single car accident, while three others suffered serious injuries. What happened? In the early morning hours of Mar. 4, the four women were traveling in a Hyundai Sonata in eastern Suwannee County. At 12:25 a.m. the driver crossed over the road’s shoulder and hit a culvert. The […]

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  • Rehab Facility Death Raises Questions about Duty to Care in Florida

    March 22, 2018

    When checking into drug addiction treatment centers, patients and their family members trust that the facility will provide for the patient’s medical care, safety, and well-being while in treatment. Due to the nature of drug addiction and withdrawal, rehab facilities must supervise patients continuously to prevent self-harm or injury to other patients. All of which […]

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  • Florida Stores Can’t Just Refuse to Show Slip and Fall Videos

    March 15, 2018

    When shoppers walk through stores, browsing merchandise or hunting down a specific item can cause them to take their eyes off the floor, making a slip, trip, and fall injuries more likely. However, under Florida law, stores are obligated to maintain safe conditions that should prevent these injuries. A Florida woman recently fell in an […]

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  • How Floridians Can Have a Safe St. Patrick’s Day

    March 08, 2018

    If you’re planning to party like the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, make sure you think about your own safety and that of others first. Here are several tips to help you have a fun yet safe St. Patrick’s Day and protect you from getting injured in an auto accident. St. Patrick’s Day Safety Tips […]

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  • Is Your Loved One Being Neglected in Their Florida Nursing Home?

    February 28, 2018

    How do you know if your loved one is being neglected in their long term living facility? Neglect is one of the most common forms of nursing home abuse across the country. Your loved one may suffer both physical and psychological suffering from neglect, and it’s important to know how to recognize it to stop […]

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  • Will Self-Driving Cars Lead to More Florida DUI Injuries?

    February 21, 2018

    The development of autonomous cars has been described as our generation’s equivalent of the transition from the horse and buggy to the Model T. This advance is exciting, but it’s bound to come with hiccups along the way as legislation and society struggle to come to grips with the new technology. Case-in-point? Recently, a San […]

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  • Most Common Reasons Floridians File Homeowner’s Insurance Claims

    February 16, 2018

    Homeowners’ insurance is often required by the lender, but what if something really does happen to harm your home? How do you know when to file a claim? In this post, we’ll go over the top reasons why Florida homeowners file insurance claims – and how a skilled insurance claim lawyer can help. Theft Many […]

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  • Another "Autopilot" Crash a Reason to Revisit Negligence Questions

    February 09, 2018

    The promise of self-driving cars is both incredibly audacious and hopeful. No more “wasted” time spent driving. Faster, more efficient commutes. A drastic reduction in accidents. Someday – perhaps even someday soon – that future may come. Right now, though, we are at the beginning of a transition period, and there are still big hiccups […]

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  • HS Basketball Dangers Florida Parents Should Watch Out For

    February 02, 2018

    We’re right in the middle of high school basketball season in Florida, and if your child is on the team at his or her school, you’re likely caught up in the excitement of it all. However, it’s important to remember that basketball is a contact sport and injuries do happen. In fact, over the past […]

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