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Who’s Liable If I Am Injured in a Public Pool?

Posted in News on July 17, 2018

It’s summertime in southern Florida, which means locals and tourists alike look to the water to escape the heat. This time of year, many residents flock to local pools to beat the heat and get a reprieve from the summer swelter. What happens, however, when a person sustains an injury when using a public pool?… read more

Can I Sue Someone for Texting and Driving?

Posted in Car Accident Law,Car Safety on July 16, 2018

Distracted driving continues to present a threat to public health and safety. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 3,450 people lost their lives as a direct result of distracted driving in 2016 alone. Although many different types of distracted driving exist, texting is one of the most dangerous types and often leads to… read more

New Laws in Florida That Go Into Effect July 2018

Posted in News on July 15, 2018

Statutes throughout the state continually evolve to accommodate public opinion, assure public safety, and improve the life of Floridians across the state. If you’re not continually monitoring the news, you might miss notification of some of the new laws going into effect this summer. Speaking with an experienced personal injury attorney in Fort Lauderdale could… read more

What Laws Failed in the 2018 Florida Legislature?

Posted in News on July 14, 2018

Governor Rick Scott signed over 100 bills into law over the course of the 2018 legislative session. While many of these laws represent important steps forward for public safety and conservation – for example, by mandating plans to control invasive species and assess threats to schools – many proposed bills did not pass the legislative… read more

9 Commonly Misdiagnosed Diseases in 2018

Posted in News,Personal Injury on July 6, 2018

When patients enter a professional relationship with a healthcare provider, they have the reasonable expectation that the healthcare provider will accurately diagnose and treat any medical conditions. Unfortunately, many diseases go undiagnosed in the United States each day. Some are more likely to lead to a delay in diagnosis or misdiagnosis than others. Some of… read more

Can I File a Suit Against an Urgent Care or Freestanding Emergency Room?

Posted in News,Personal Injury,Pharmacy Accident on June 19, 2018

Despite being in charge of thousands of patients’ lives and well-being, not all urgent care centers and emergency rooms (ERs) fulfill their duties in terms of proper patient care. Acts of negligence such as turning patients away for financial reasons, misdiagnosing patients, rushing evaluations, and misinterpreting test results can all put patient lives in danger…. read more

What Is the Crimes Compensation Act in Florida?

Posted in News,Personal Injury on June 18, 2018

The Crimes Compensation Act is a law injured Floridians can take advantage of in the event of an incident involving a criminal. If someone suffers an injury while trying to stop another person’s felony or misdemeanor offense, the victim has the right to seek “crimes compensation.” This is a type of federal financial assistance for… read more

7 Ways To Practice Motorcycle Safety This Summer

Posted in Motorcycle Accident,News on June 17, 2018

Florida is a popular state for motorcyclists year-round, but summertime sees an increase in motorcyclists on the roads and highways. Out of the thousands of people who come to Florida for summertime biking, some will never make it home. In 2016, 555 motorcyclists died in Florida. Learning a few proven motorcycle safety tips could mean… read more

Florida’s Car Seat Laws

Posted in Car Safety,Personal Injury on June 16, 2018

Parents can’t always prevent car accidents, but they can help prevent child injuries in Fort Lauderdale. Putting child passengers in the proper safety seats and systems can significantly decrease the risk of serious injury and death in the event of an auto accident. Florida, like all states, has laws in place enforcing the use of… read more

Top 10 Product Recalls in June 2018

Posted in Defective Product Law,News,Personal Injury on June 15, 2018

Strict consumer product safety standards, unfortunately, aren’t enough to prevent defective and dangerous items from making their way to the shelves. It might not always be possible to avoid a product-related accident, but consumers can reduce their risks by staying on top of the most current product safety announcements and recall lists. Here are the… read more