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Negligent Security Cases After Injury, How Do Victims Prove Fault?

Accidental shootings, stabbings, and assaults resulting in permanent injury and fatalities are more likely happen when a business owner or landlord fails to secure their property.  These business owners and landlords must put the safety of their customers, employees, and tenants above all else! If they don’t, they’re putting themselves at-risk for becoming liable and ultimately sued....

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It’s Summer in South Florida, the Risk of Accidental Drowning Increases

Who becomes liable in the event of drowning accident that results in a wrongful death, and what steps can families take to prevent drowning accidents from ever occurring in the first place? As summer approaches South Florida in a matter of days, no one wants to think about the loss of a loved one amidst vacation and much needed relaxation. It’s devastating to think that something as enjoyable as a summer vacation, when families are enjoying the beautiful South Florida weather, can turn tragic due to only seconds of another's negligence....

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Why Do Accident Victims Require a Board Certified Personal Injury Lawyer?

After an accident that results in serious bodily harm or a wrongful death, it's important that the victim or their surviving family members pursue legal advice as soon as possible. In most states, there is a Statute of Limitations that places a time limit on how long one has to obtain compensation following an accident. This writeup intends to explore the importance of not only seeking legal advice, but the importance of retaining a Board Certified Personal Injury lawyer following an accident....

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Diagnostic Imaging is an Important Tool After Any Accident, But Which One is Right?

Within the specialized practice of Personal Injury Law, lawyers see an endless list of injuries that affect clients and have caused them lifelong pain and suffering, drastically reducing their Quality of Life (“QoL”). From medical malpractice errors to car accident injuries, there’s never a specific injury that’s more or less painful than the next; it depends on the client and how each individual experiences pain. Each injury a client suffers due to an accident or medical negligence causes symptoms unique to the client. Clients are often bed or wheelchair bound, or have to use mobility aides such as a walker or crutches. To determine what’s best for the client’s recovery, diagnostic imaging is often the first tool utilized in a patient’s treatment plan. The extent of the injury needs to be determined before a plan of action is enacted for their care.