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Jurisdiction Can be a Problem in Product Liability Cases

If you are injured due to the fault of another, and the liable party is a company (that is, not an individual, as in a car accident), there are some key questions to answer. Who may be liable is the primary question. How they are liable is another key question. It is easy to overlook […]

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Recognizing the Common and Uncommon Forms of Drowning

As summer is upon us, and the weather gets hotter, pool season approaches. When we think of pool safety, the first thing we think of is the risk of drowning and the need to supervise our young ones and watch over them closely when they are in a pool so that we can react if […]

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Is There a Legal Obligation to Assist Others in Emergency Situations?

Often, morals or ethics can conflict with legal duties and responsibilities. Surely, making sure that citizens are safe and that we can go about our lives free from the fear of being injured through other people’s negligence is not just a legal obligation, but also a moral and social one. One area where moral and […]

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Trespassers Have a Tough Time Recovering Damages

When we think of someone who is a trespasser, we often think of a criminal; someone who secretly and illegally invades someone else’s property with the intent to cause harm and who is there against the will of the person who owns the property. But in law, a trespasser is often someone who is more […]

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Special Issues Involving Motorcycle Accidents

When we think of accidents on the road, we tend to think only of plain old cars. It is easy to forget that we share our roadways with motorcyclists. Florida’s year-round sunshine makes it an ideal location for motorcycle riding. To many, riding a motorcycle is not just a means of transportation, but a hobby […]

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Legal Issues in Trucking Accidents

When trucks are involved in accidents, the results can be devastating. Their sheer weight alone, as well as often flammable or hazardous cargo, make them the cause of too many dangerous and often fatal roadway accidents. Trucking Laws Truckers are subject to a complex web of federal and state regulations. Truckers who drive in the […]

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Can You be Forced to Pay Attorney’s Fees in a Personal Injury Case?

Unlike in many other countries, a prevailing party in a Florida injury lawsuit does not automatically get awarded attorney’s fees. There are only two ways that a prevailing party in a lawsuit can get attorney’s fees—if there is a contract awarding fees or a statute or law that awards them. In the personal injury context, […]

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Liability When Self-Driving Cars Make Moral Decisions

The law and morality are closely intertwined in the world of personal injury law. The law strives to do what is right, both for the individual but also while balancing the needs of society. Emerging technology is raising some serious moral questions that could have serious legal consequences when it comes to self-driving cars. The […]

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