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Category: Personal Injury

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

What Can a Personal Injury Lawyer Do That I Can’t?

Posted in Personal Injury on March 5, 2019

Many people suffer injuries from accidents in Florida every year. If you are one of these people, you may consider filing a personal injury lawsuit or insurance claim to recover compensation for your losses. You may also wonder if you should hire a personal injury attorney instead of representing yourself – and the answer is… read more

Florida Car Insurance Laws

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

Driving in Florida requires carrying at least the minimum-required amounts of car insurance. All drivers must maintain auto insurance policies to pay for their damages in the event of collisions. Florida’s car insurance laws are somewhat unique as a “no-fault” state. Only 12 states in the country currently abide by no-fault insurance laws. Learn how… read more

What Should I Do If I’m Injured on a Cruise Ship?

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

A cruise ship isn’t always the safest vacation vessel. Serious personal injuries can arise while on a cruise – from slip-and-fall risks on deck to improperly stored food and Norovirus. Hundreds of people every year attempt to bring claims against cruise ship companies for accidents, injuries, and illnesses they suffered while working or recreating on… read more

What is erb’s palsy?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on December 8, 2017

Erb’s palsy is something you see a lot of times in a difficult birth where a child or a newborn has developed a paralysis of the arm. There’s injury to the nerves that are related to that arm and specifically the nerves that are in the cervical spine of the child. This kind of injury… read more

Can vacuum delivery cause brain damage?

Posted in FAQ,Firm News,Personal Injury on December 1, 2017

In the delivery process of a child, there are a lot of moving parts and a lot of different people that are interacting with the labor process. You have the primary care physician, the OB-GYN, you have nurses, you have various medical professionals from the hospital. This makes a chaotic situation even more confusing, considering… read more

What is cephalohematoma?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on November 24, 2017

Cephalohematoma is a condition in which a newborn traumatically suffers bruising to the skin of the skull. The skull is one of the most delicate parts of a baby’s body, and cephalohematoma can feel like a water-filled balloon of blood under their skin. What happens is that the blood vessels in this area are damaged,… read more

What is Hypoxic-ischemic Encephalopathy?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on November 17, 2017

Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy is the injury that a newborn suffers as a result of lack of oxygen and blood flow to the brain immediately during or after the labor process. There can be a multitude of reasons why something like this happens, whether it’s an umbilical cord issue, fetal distress, or drop in blood pressure. Anytime… read more

What is Perinatal Asphyxia?

Posted in Firm News,Personal Injury on November 10, 2017

“Perinatal” means shortly after birth, and “asphyxia” means oxygen deprivation; at its simplest, perinatal asphyxia is post-birth oxygen deprivation for sufficient time to cause injury. The first signs of perinatal asphyxia are silence and/or muscle limpness in newborns. If a baby is born not crying and flailing but quiet and still, medical staff will immediately… read more