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January 2019

Florida’s Rise in Truck Accidents Can Be Avoided, and Here’s How

While commercial vehicles such as cargo trucks and big-box delivery trucks are commonplace on Florida highways, that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be held responsible for a high percentage of devastating car accidents happening more often with every passing year. When we see these large freighters, most of the time we keep driving, desensitized to their place on our busy roads. Children may even wave to drivers, fascinated by the large machinery!

It should be clear: safe driving practices are anything but child’s play, and everyone’s responsibility. It becomes a public safety hazard when other drivers haven’t familiarized themselves with, or simply choose to ignore the rules of the road when finding themselves sharing it with a large truck.

Choosing the Right Accident Lawyer is Important, and Here’s Why!

After sustaining serious injuries in an accident, it may be difficult to understand what happens next. A victim is in pain, the medical bills are piling up, and the road to physical recovery may seem endless. The same can be said for trying to understand the legal system. A victim and their family should never attempt to forge it alone, without a credible, experienced accident lawyer at the forefront.

What is Misdiagnosis? Personal Injury Lawyers Protect Clients When Docs Get It Wrong

Malpractice: we’ve seen the true-life television shows, we’ve read the news articles that depict the horrors of what happens when a doctor gets it so terribly wrong that the price is a patient’s life. But what happens when what’s on page and screen become a victim’s reality? If a client is seeking a medical malpractice lawyer, it’s more than likely they or their loved one has become a victim of medical malpractice or misdiagnosis.

With Negligent Security On The Rise In South Florida, Who Becomes Liable?

When we enter a business to shop, or arrive at a property for a work assignment, one of the first things of note is the presence security cameras and posted signage stating that a business or property is under 24-hour surveillance. As residents of some of the busiest cities in the United States, South Floridians have come to expect that property owners and businesses are taking the most effective measures to protect customers and employees from coming to harm as we work, shop, dine, and relax.

There are times, however, when crime does occur and a person becomes severely injured in a shooting, or worse, their life is lost? Who is liable when a visitor to a property or business becomes the victim of a violent crime? How can proprietors of a business make every effort to deter these events from occurring? The Law Resource Blog has those answers.