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When Can You Sue For An Airbag Injury In Florida

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Airbags are designed to save lives, but sometimes they can leave us with tremendous injuries in the process. If you have been injured by an airbag in Florida, you might be wondering when you can sue. Perhaps you’re struggling with expensive medical bills, and you’re not sure how you’re going to pay for your… Read More »

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What Kind Of Cleaning Techniques Can Lead To Slippery Floors?

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Cleaning might be one of the less exciting aspects of running a business, but it is also one of the most important. This is especially true when you consider the danger of personal injury lawsuits due to slips and falls. An improperly cleaned floor can be insanely slippery, causing innocent people to lose their… Read More »

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Florida Woman Could Receive $15 Million After Being Struck By Deputy

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In a normal auto crash, it is usually relatively straightforward to receive compensation for your injuries. But when you are struck by a police officer or a vehicle belonging to any government agency, things can get a little more complicated. This is what one Florida woman learned the hard way when she was struck… Read More »

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Florida Surgeon Accused Of Operating While Impaired

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When Florida residents go in for surgeries, they expect to be operated on by a surgeon who is fully coherent and unimpaired. Unfortunately, some Florida residents experienced the opposite. One surgeon is being accused of operating on people while impaired, and it is throwing doubt on the entire medical system. But what if you… Read More »

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What Is A “Bifurcated Trial” In Florida, And Why Would You Want One?

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The legal world is filled with all kinds of confusing terminology, and these “legalese” phrases can make it very difficult for average Americans to figure out what’s going on. This can be especially challenging for injury victims who are simply trying to pursue justice for legitimate damages. One of the most confusing concepts in… Read More »

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Suing After Being Injured In A Florida Crane Collapse

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Crane collapses are more frequent than you might imagine in Florida, especially when you consider the high levels of construction in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, this puts average people at risk – as a crane collapse can easily threaten not only construction workers but also everyone within a certain radius of the accident. If… Read More »

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Can You Sue For Covid-19 Side-Effects In Florida?

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The subject of Covid-19 vaccines is one of the most controversial topics in recent American history. Almost everyone has their own unique opinion on the matter, and it can be difficult to discuss this topic with so much division among the population. But for people who have allegedly suffered legitimate injuries due to Covid-19… Read More »

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Can You Sue A Bar For Letting A Drunk Driver Injure You In Florida?

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After a drunk driver causes an accident in Florida, it’s clear who’s to blame: The drunk driver. But when you delve a little deeper into the circumstances behind the crash, you might start to wonder who’s really to blame. What about the bar that sold this drunk driver alcohol? What about the bartenders that… Read More »

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What Kind Of Evidence Might I Need In A Personal Injury Lawsuit?

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If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you have every right to sue and pursue compensation. But filing a lawsuit is not the same as winning a settlement, and you don’t automatically receive funds. Instead, you’ll need to prove that you actually deserve compensation – and the only way to do… Read More »

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Can You Sue Airbnb Hosts For Injuries?

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Airbnb is becoming increasingly influential in the modern travel world, with many tourists choosing this short-term rental provider over traditional hotels. But as convenient as this system is, it’s not perfect. People can suffer serious injuries while staying in Airbnb rentals, and sometimes it’s not exactly clear how these victims can pursue compensation. Can… Read More »

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