July 24

Summer Safety Part VI: Boating Accidents

The sun is high, and the weather is breezy, nothing is holding the people of Florida back from unveiling their luxury boats. The boater’s heaven features 8,000 miles of coastline, 2,000 marinas, 3 million acres of lakes, and 1,700 miles of rivers. Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles records about 897,000 registered boaters.

July 3

Dangerous Bus Stop Reportedly Caused Accident Reports Lawsuit

According to reports about a few months back, a 12-year old student was hit by a car while trying to catch the school bus. The family of the victim decided to hire a personal injury attorney in Florida to sue the young driver who ran him down. The student was just a fifth-grader when he.

June 30

How A Personal Injury Attorney Can Help You Get Justice In Florida

  A lot of accidents happen on a daily basis. One kind of damage that is commonly sustained by car crash victims in Florida are soft tissue injuries. A soft tissue injury (STI) damages the muscles, ligaments, and tendons in the body. Besides being common in auto accident victims, these type of injuries usually happen.

June 28

Medical Malpractice Has Lead To Children Repelling Antibiotic Treatment

A recently published work in Florida shows that infectious diseases are increasing daily especially among children. Statistics has it that out of every five children under the ages of 18 years in Florida, three have been admitted to hospitals before. It is also observed that when these kids are given antibiotics, and their body rejects.

June 26

Personal Injury: Products Liability For Women’s Clothing Florida

According to a recent report released by The CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission​), a set of women’s scarves were recalled​ due to the violation of the federal fire safety standards. The women’s scarves didn’t meet the standard of the federal flammability for clothing and at such users were at risk of burn injuries. DG Fashion.

June 21

Fentanyl In Florida, The Battle Rages On

The prescription drug epidemic cast an unflattering light on the state of Florida. As the government slammed shut the doors of pain clinics that were nothing more than pill mills, the deaths due to heroin overdose rose in places like Orlando, Boca Raton and Jupiter. Addiction is not an easy war to win. The problem.

June 19

Disabled Florida Woman Dropped By Airline

A Florida woman who is confined to a wheelchair due to a lifelong disability was dropped physically by an airline employee on a June 2017 flight. To add insult to injury, the airline irreparably damaged the lady’s wheelchair while unloading it. The total fiasco is just the latest in a series of accidents that have.

June 16

$ 15 Million Lawsuit Against A Strip Club In Vancouver

Amy Osborne-Clarke has filed a lawsuit against a strip club for about $15 million. Amy was seriously injured in a head-on collision caused by a wrong-way driver. The suit was filed by a Vancouver attorney on Friday in Multnomah County Court Circuit against Acropolis Steakhouse, 8325 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd. The suit alleges that the driver.

June 14

Reno Fraternity Facing Lawsuit After Death Of Student

Some weeks ago, a lawsuit was filed against a fraternity group of a University by the parents of freshman who died from injuries sustained from an alcohol induced accident. On the claims of negligence and abuse of state law by illegally providing alcohol to an underage, violations of state law and the university policies on.

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