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What Is the Difference Between Acquired Brain Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury?

Posted in Personal Injury on August 19, 2019

The two main types of brain injuries are traumatic and acquired. Both can be equally devastating to victims; the difference lies in how the injury occurred. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) happens from external forces, while an acquired brain injury (ABI) occurs internally. Any damage to the brain’s cells could cause long-lasting symptoms and effects…. read more

How Long Does It Take To Recover From a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Posted in Personal Injury on August 19, 2019

A traumatic brain injury can be extremely serious. It may wreak permanent havoc on the victim’s mind and/or body. From memory loss to physical incapacities, a brain injury could result in many long-lasting symptoms for the patient. The brain injury recovery journey will look different for each person. Since no two brains are exactly alike,… read more

What Is the Difference Between Product Liability and Strict Liability?

Posted in Personal Injury,Product Liability on August 15, 2019

Defective products should never make it into consumers’ hands. When product manufacturers negligently or intentionally ignore defects, consumers can suffer injuries such as burns, broken bones, electrocution, lacerations, and wrongful death. Every year, manufacturers and distributors sell defective toys, appliances, vehicles and other items to the public. These hazardous items could cause catastrophic injuries, giving… read more

2019 Defective Product Recalls

Posted in Personal Injury,Product Liability on August 15, 2019

It is a manufacturing company’s responsibility to reasonably ensure the performance, safety and quality of its products. If a product contains a defect, it could cause serious harm to consumers. Annually, thousands of consumers suffer injuries and die because of products with dangerous defects. From ATVs to life-saving medical devices, any product could cause an… read more

[Study] Examining Seatbelt Use Among Rideshare Passengers in the United States

Posted in In the News on June 21, 2019

On Saturday, April 20, 2019, 47-year-old Ray Warren Ilar was riding in the backseat of an Uber vehicle in Portland, Oregon when the intoxicated driver of a stolen pickup truck crashed head-on into the Uber vehicle at over 100mph. The Uber driver was injured and survived – but Ilar was ejected through the windshield and… read more

What is the Statute of Limitations for a Dog Bite?

Posted in Uncategorized on June 20, 2019

Dog-related injuries can be difficult to pursue based on the context of your injuries. However, if the injuries the dog has caused requires treatment or hospitalization, pressing charges might be necessary to cover the fees associated with the injuries the animal caused. If an individual waits to file a lawsuit with a Hollywood dog bite… read more

Can I Sue for a Dog Bite in Florida?

Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2019

When it comes animal-related injuries, it might seem difficult to know where to start, or who is liable for such damage. In the case of dangerous pets, different states have clear-cut rules in defining how to address this issue. If you’ve been victim of a dog bite, speak to a Hollywood dog bite lawyer. Florida… read more

How Do I Pay for Damage to My Vehicle?

Posted in Uncategorized on April 29, 2019

If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident in Florida, you may have to cope with some severe losses. From injuries that put you out of work for weeks to emotional distress and suffering, you may incur thousands of dollars in unexpected expenses that you are not prepared for. One of the larger bills… read more

Is Florida a No-Fault State?

Posted in Uncategorized on April 25, 2019

If you get into a car accident in many states across the country, whoever caused the accident is responsible for paying for the injuries, property damage, and other losses of the other driver. This system is known as the traditional fault system. However, Florida is a no-fault car insurance state – this means that each… read more

What is PIP Insurance?

Posted in Uncategorized on April 22, 2019

If you operate a motor vehicle in Florida, you are going to need to purchase PIP insurance for your vehicle. PIP stands for “personal injury protection,” and Florida requires this insurance coverage because of its no-fault car insurance system. Unlike many other states, the Florida car insurance system places the onus on you to seek… read more