Slip & Fall Statistics

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Slip & Fall accidents are so common, mostly due to property negligence. For any premises liability case, if a property owner caused, was aware of, or should have been aware of a dangerous concern, they are required to appropriately warn the public and remedy the situation. Oftentimes, Property owners are reluctant to provide an injured visitor […]

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Preparing to Negotiate with an Adjuster

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If this is your first time filing a claim for an accident, you might be wondering, ‘What will the conversation be like when the insurance adjuster calls? And what should I say?’ When you first speak to an adjuster, they will probably ask you to record a statement and sign a release for access to your […]

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TBI Lawsuits

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Brain injuries can cause permanent physical and mental damage. Determining the value of a person’s injuries can often be complicated. Generally, damage awards in a personal injury case include two types of damages: compensatory damages and punitive damages. Punitive damages are typically reserved for cases in which a defendant’s actions justify a monetary punishment as […]

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Medical Malpractice – Anesthesia Errors

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When a patient undergoes a surgical procedure, anesthesiologists often place the patient in an unconscious or semi-conscious state through medications and gasses. Anesthesiologists are not only responsible for keeping a patient sedated during surgery, but also managing their vital signs and oxygenation. They often may be primarily responsible for the patient’s care immediately after surgery. […]

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Whiplash Neck Injuries

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If you’ve ever been in a rear-end car accident, you probably know what it feels like to suffer whiplash, also known as Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD). Whiplash can result from almost any kind of collision that jolts the neck and shoulders. When a rear-end accident happens, the sudden impact forces your body forward, leaving the […]

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How Long Will It Take to Settle Your Personal Injury Claim?

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What if you have a personal injury case, and you don’t want it to drag on for years? You might wonder whether you can just settle your case fast even if you have to accept less money to do it. The answer is that you can. As a general rule, you can settle any personal […]

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Defective Power Tools

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Defective power tools and machinery are often identified as the cause of serious injuries or death in accidents on the job as well as accidental injuries occurring in private individuals’ garages or homes. Power tool defects are sometimes attributable to a manufacturer, and sometimes to someone else, such as a marketer, a supervisor, a repair or […]

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Boat Defects

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Sunny Southwest Florida is the perfect place to take the boat out on the weekends with friends and family. It’s not so fun, though, when you find out that your boat has a defect issue. In product liability cases, the rule of strict liability in tort will be applied. The liability of a manufacturer or a […]

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Tattoo Infection & Other Injury Claims

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There are more than 20,000 tattoo parlors in the U.S., and their popularity continues to grow as there has been a dramatic increase in the past decade. With this popularity increase, also comes a rise in tattoo infections and injuries seen in medical centers, according to a U.S. News and World Report study. To slow the […]

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Deadly Car Collisions

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Over the past 10 years, the number of individuals killed in car accidents has declined; manufacturers have improved safety features, vehicle construction techniques, restraints, impact-absorbing materials, etc. Nonetheless, car accidents take the lives of over 35,000 people in the U.S. each year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). On average, every 12 […]

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