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Category: Accident Involving Children

Child Swimming Pool Injuries & Fatalities in Florida

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Personal Injury,Premises Liability on July 17, 2019

Swimming is a favorite activity in Florida, as the weather is warm and sunny most of the year. While swimming can be a fun and memorable thing to do, it can also be very dangerous, especially for children. Unfortunately, child swimming pool injuries and fatalities in Florida are common occurrences. The good news is that… read more

Is Not Wearing a Helmet While Riding a Bike Negligent?

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Bicycle Accident,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on April 27, 2018

As the victim of a bicycle accident or motorcycle accident in Broward County, your helmet wearing or lack thereof, could become a point of discussion during a personal injury insurance claim or lawsuit. Florida’s helmet laws and comparative fault statute could end in at least partial liability for damages on the biker’s shoulders – even… read more

The Scary Truth: Auto Collisions and Miscarriages

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Accident Law,Personal Injury on March 19, 2018

Some drivers fear not only for their own lives in accidents but for those of their unborn children. Pregnant mothers in vehicle collisions have unique needs and require special emergency care. The physical and emotional trauma one can suffer in a crash could lead to miscarriage, pre-term labor, or other aftereffects. As a pregnant woman… read more

Is Walking or Biking actually Safer?

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Bicycle Accident,Car Accident Law,News,Pedestrian Accident,Personal Injury on October 6, 2015

Is walking or biking to your destination safer? For everyone who decides to walk or take their bike, this poses questions about which is safer. With the warm temperatures and sunny beach days, Floridians do generally choose to walk, jog, or bike to their destinations. Even though is it better for the environment and saves… read more

School Bus Safety

Posted in Accident Involving Children,News,Personal Injury on September 4, 2014

School is back in session, and Florida parents should be ready for bus rides, field trips, and other activities that put their children in the care of other drivers, Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyers say. If your child takes the bus, or plays sports after school, or rides in a carpool, chances are you will… read more

ABCDs of Swim Safety

Posted in Accident Involving Children,News,Personal Injury on August 31, 2014

As the hot summer rolls through, kids and parents are flocking to pools, lakes, and water parks, all hoping to beat the heat with some refreshing water fun. But water activities can pose a serious risk to your child’s safety, and personal injury attorneys in Fort Lauderdale want to offer some tips and warnings for… read more

New Ideas to Combat Hot Car Dangers

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on August 26, 2014

We all know that parents’ days are full of responsibilities, errands, and running around that leaves them open to distraction. But in the summer, this distraction can prove to be fatal for children left behind in hot cars at the store or in the driveway. With recent headlines reporting the latest rash of hot-car tragedies… read more

Car Seat Safety

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on June 30, 2014

Car seats protect our youngest and most vulnerable passengers from harm in the event of a car accident or collision. Smaller bodies are much more likely to slip out of seat belts, or wiggle around in a seat, or fly forward on impact, and car seats are a safe, reliable way to ensure that your… read more

Ride Liability

Posted in Accident Involving Children,News,Personal Injury on June 3, 2014

Florida is home to many amusement parks, most notably Disney World, and every year, thousands of tourists flock to the state to spend a week or two relaxing, riding roller coasters, kayaking, boating, swimming, and enjoying the beach vacation lifestyle. But when tourists and visitors are injured on a recreational ride or activity at one… read more

Florida Legislators Push Booster Seat Law

Posted in Accident Involving Children,Car Safety,News,Personal Injury on April 1, 2014

Last month, state legislators voted to support a new bill that would make it booster-seat use mandatory for children from the ages of 4 to 7. The bill, SB 518, was passed with a unanimous vote by the Florida Senate Transportation Committee, and will be implemented later this year. accident attorneys in Fort Lauderdale say… read more