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More Theme Park Injuries In Florida: When Will They Stop?

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Florida is known for its many theme parks, and millions of visitors each year enjoy these theme parks without any real issues. But there are always a few individuals who suffer considerable injuries while riding various attractions, and these victims are fully within their rights to sue. Theme park companies like to dismiss these… Read More »

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How Does The Statute Of Limitations Work In Florida?

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If you want to file an injury claim, you first need to consider the statute of limitations. Why? Because if the statute of limitations has expired, you won’t be able to sue. This means that there’s no chance whatsoever of receiving any compensation. Obviously, compensation is very important when you’re dealing with injuries that… Read More »

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Suing For A Bicycle Injury In Florida

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Cycling is one of the best ways to stay fit, enjoy Florida’s expansive scenery, and get from point A to B in a relatively short amount of time. You may enjoy biking for fun, for fitness, or simply as a way to get to work. But while cycling can come with many benefits, it… Read More »

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Why Do Planes Keep Crashing In Florida?

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Despite the fact that aircraft today are safer than ever before, plane crashes continue to occur at a frightening pace in Florida. Why? Because no matter how advanced these aircraft might be, they always rely on human pilots. And unfortunately, human beings are not perfect. But why are there so many plane crashes occurring… Read More »

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How Does Comparative Negligence Work In Florida?

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If you’ve been injured in a Florida car accident, you might need to file an injury claim. And if the injury was especially serious, you will need to sue the at-fault driver directly. During this lawsuit, you will likely become familiar with something called comparative negligence. Make no mistake – comparative negligence is a… Read More »

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More Details Emerge In Tyre Sampson’s Theme Park Fatality

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The Florida community is still reeling from the death of Tyre Sampson, the young boy who died after falling from a ride at a theme park in Orlando. The family is also continuing to explore legal options, and it now seems clear that they will sue the theme park for negligence in a wrongful… Read More »

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Walt Disney World Hit With Yet Another Lawsuit After Pool Injury

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Walt Disney World has certainly faced its fair share of lawsuits over the past few years, and this trend is clearly not coming to an end anytime soon. Recently, a woman filed a lawsuit against the theme park for an injury she sustained at a pool, seeking $100,000. But what exactly happened here, and… Read More »

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Non-Economic Damages Explained

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If you have been injured in some kind of accident, you may be suffering from much more than just physical ailments. This type of situation can result in significant emotional and mental issues, and you deserve compensation for these problems if you are filing a lawsuit. These types of issues are known as “non-economic… Read More »

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Home Builder Faces Lawsuit For “Shoddy Construction”

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Building a new home is often one of life’s most rewarding experiences. You can customize the home to your specific preferences and create the house of your dreams. Unfortunately, sometimes a new home turns into a nightmare. These homes break down over time, fail to stand up to the elements, and generally turn out… Read More »

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Do I Have To Give A Deposition After Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit?

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If you’re approaching a personal injury lawsuit in Florida, you might have many questions about the exact legal process. For example, you may have heard about something called a “deposition.” But what is this exactly? Will you have to give a deposition after filing a lawsuit? If so, then what exactly do you need… Read More »

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