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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Defective Airbag Recalls

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Most of us get into our cars or trucks in the morning to head to work, trusting the safety devices installed in our vehicles to do their job if we get into a collision. We assume our seatbelts will catch us and our airbags will deploy properly, functioning to reduce the speed of our weight […]

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When Doctor’s Prescribe Wrong Medication

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Administering Wrong Medication or Wrong Dosage Physicians and nurses can be liable for prescribing the wrong medication. They can simply make a mistake about what medication should be prescribed or what dosage to prescribe. It is shockingly easy to administer the wrong amount of medication. For example, any health care provider misses or transposes even […]

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Dangerous Areas and Premises Liability

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The owner of a property (“premises”) who has reason to expect crime on its property has a legal obligation to deter and prevent criminals from committing crimes against others on the property. When property owners fail in this duty, due to the result of inadequate security and lighting, crimes like murder, aggravated assault, armed robbery and […]

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Misdiagnosis

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No one is flawless. It’s simply a part of human nature that we all make mistakes. A hair dresser might cut your hair too short or a server might deliver someone else’s meal to you; either way, you’ve come across many mistakes caused by others throughout your life, some minor and some that may have […]

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Wrongful Death: Pedestrian Accidents

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  Most pedestrian wrongful death cases are caused by motor vehicles traveling at higher than safe speeds. Another factor contributing to pedestrian wrongful death cases is the volume of traffic. Florida law requires that motorists yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. Yet there are many injuries and deaths caused by motor vehicles running over or hitting pedestrians […]

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Dental Malpractice

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Some of us look forward to it and some of us dread it; but for most of us, every 6-12 months is another visit to the dentist’s office for a routine teeth cleaning and checkup. In between practicing good oral hygiene at home, teeth cleanings by licensed professionals are vital to maintaining healthy gums and […]

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Aggravated Assault & Battery

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“Felony Assault,” “Aggravated Assault” and “Assault and Battery” are all terms used to define the act of an aggressor willfully or with intent to cause serious bodily injury or death, strikes another person, or puts that individual in fear of imminent bodily injury or death.   Aggravated Assault is characterized by three factors: Intent to […]

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Nursing Home Falls

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You’ve taken a tour of the senior facility, met the staff and seen the safety features, and it all looks nice, but why can’t you shake the bad feeling of your elderly family member living in a nursing home?   Nursing homes are not all bad, but your gut tells you not to trust putting […]

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Bicycle-Related Injuries and Death Prevention

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Riding a bike is great for many reasons. You can get your exercise on, hike through the wilderness, and even go site seeing. However, bicycle accidents do happen, and can result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Liability for bike accident injuries comes down to negligence, whether the driver caused the cyclist’s injuries, or negligence by […]

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