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Woman Sues After Being Banned From Orange County School District

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When most people hear the word “personal injury lawsuit,” they might assume that it involves something like a broken leg or a sprained wrist. However, a personal injury lawsuit can also be filed after an individual’s reputation is damaged. Furthermore, individuals can file these lawsuits after being humiliated, traumatized, or suffering other types of… Read More »

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What Do I Need To Prove To Win A Personal Injury Lawsuit In Orlando?

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Many people file personal injury lawsuits in Orlando, but not everyone experiences a positive outcome. If you want to take this type of legal action, you should obviously do everything in your power to win. Losing a lawsuit can be costly and stressful — not to mention a total waste of time. Fortunately, you… Read More »

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Apple Sued For Watch Injury In Florida

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Technology is advancing at a thrilling pace, and these advances allow us to enjoy new and improved gadgets that get better and better with each passing year. But with so many advances, safety is often sacrificed. Products may reach shelves without being fully tested, and some companies may willingly sell products even with the… Read More »

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An Overview Of Car Accident Laws In Florida

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If you are planning to file a personal injury claim after a car accident in Florida, it’s important to establish an understanding of the various laws that might affect your situation. These car accident laws have the potential to affect when and how you can pursue financial compensation for your injuries. In some situations,… Read More »

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Can You Sue A Gun Manufacturer For A Misfire Injury In Florida?

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Everyone knows that guns are dangerous. But does that give gun manufacturers immunity from lawsuits in Florida? What happens if the gun is manufactured in a negligent manner, causing it to injure or kill people in an unintended manner? What if the gun was designed poorly, resulting in misfires, backfires, and other issues? Lawsuits… Read More »

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Can I Sue A Cruise Ship For Giving Me Covid In Florida?

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Orlando is famous for Port Canaveral, which is a common destination and departure point for some of the world’s biggest cruise lines. If you’re an Orlando resident who enjoys going on cruises, you’ve probably sailed from this location before. However, cruises can sometimes prove to be a little disappointing. Worse yet, they can leave… Read More »

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Suing For Heat-Related Injuries In Orlando

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As we all know, temperatures can climb considerably in Orlando during the summer months. Many people revel in this climate. Indeed, it is probably one of the main reasons people move to Florida in the first place. However, excessive heat can also cause injuries. In some cases, it can even cause people to lose… Read More »

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Suing A Theme Park After Injuries In Orlando

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Orlando is home to some of the world’s most impressive theme parks, and these establishments attract millions of people from all over the world each year. Although Covid-19 has slowed Florida’s tourism industry, things are returning to normal, and the theme parks are once again filled with happy individuals. However, not everyone who visits… Read More »

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How Does Florida’s “Three Strikes Rule” Affect My Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

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Medical malpractice lawsuits are common in Orlando and throughout Florida. The Sunshine State is among the top ten states with the highest medical malpractice claims in the nation. This may be due to the fact that Florida has a large senior population, and these individuals are more likely to require medical treatment than any… Read More »

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How Does Comparative Negligence Work In Florida?

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As we all know, car accidents in Florida can be quite complex. One car might smash into another, causing a “domino effect” that impacts vehicles a block away. Two cars might collide in an intersection, and both drivers might claim that the other is to blame. Sometimes, upwards of 10 vehicles can smash together… Read More »

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