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Can I Sue a Restaurant for Food Poisoning in Florida?

Posted in Personal Injury on October 29, 2019

Food poisoning can cause expensive medical bills on top of lost wages and significant pain and suffering. If you contracted food poisoning after visiting a restaurant in Florida, you may have grounds to bring a claim against the establishment in pursuit of financial compensation. The restaurant could owe you recovery if it negligently caused or… read more

Can I Sue My Neighbor for Secondhand Smoke in Florida?

Posted in Personal Injury on October 29, 2019

Most people do not enjoy breathing in secondhand smoke. It can be much more than a nuisance, however; it could lead to severe and life-threatening health problems in the future. If your neighbor is constantly sending secondhand tobacco smoke to your place and you worry about the long-term effects it could have on your health,… read more

Am I Liable for a Handyman Injured on My Property in Florida?

Posted in Personal Injury on September 25, 2019

Scheduling home repairs should not lead to a lawsuit against you for a serious property-related accident. Unfortunately, worker injuries happen every year in homes in Florida. Understanding if and when a handyman’s damages could be your legal responsibility can help you know what to expect after an accident on your property. As the homeowner, you… read more

What Is the Average Settlement for Whiplash in Hollywood, FL?

Posted in Personal Injury on September 25, 2019

Whiplash is a relatively common car accident injury. This does not, however, make it any easier for patients to live with or recover from whiplash. Whiplash can be a particularly painful injury that makes it difficult to move the head and neck. Someone with whiplash may need physical therapy, pain medications, neck collars and other… read more

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