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Premises Liability

What is a Letter of Protection? If a victim of negligence doesn’t have insurance, how are their medical bills paid while the insurance company contorts itself (and often established medical science) to avoid paying for the damages they rightly owe? Often, those bills are covered by what is known as…

Permanent Damage and Disabilities From Slip and Fall Injuries Have you ever tripped and fallen down in public? It’s embarrassing enough if you’re young and fit, but according to the Centers for Disease Control, falling is the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries of adults aged 65 and…

Causes of Skylight Fall Injuries One of the most common causes of severe injury in the United States is falling. Thousands of people every year end up in the hospital and worse just because of something as simple as gravity and certain dangerous variables in the environment. An area where…

Being involved in a serious car accident devastates victims and their families. Oftentimes, a car accident brings financial burdens to households, especially when the injured person provides some or all of the household income. Mounting medical bills not covered by insurance and lost wages from missing work due to hospitalization…

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Your Slip and Fall When you think of slip and fall injuries, you probably imagine broken bones, sprained ankles, and strained tendons. But some falls can cause serious head injuries, ranging from mild concussions to more life-altering brain injuries. Slip and fall victims should carefully assess if anyone is…

Landlord Liability for Inadequate Security Caused Damages to Tenants If you are a tenant renting either a residential or commercial property, you may think of your landlord as simply the person whom you pay your monthly rent. Florida law, however, recognizes that there is more to the landlord-tenant relationship than…

Recreational use means what it says—something or someplace used for recreational purposes. This can include land, water, and park areas, which cover activities from swimming to walking dogs. As you can imagine, the government doesn’t own all land used for recreational purposes, and we should encourage private benefactors of recreational…

Proving Negligence after a Slip and Fall According to the National Safety Council, an estimated 9 million individuals in the United States go to the emergency room every year due to injuries they suffered from slip and fall accidents. Almost everyone has fallen down at some point—and most of us have…

All too often, injuries happen during the day on school, city, and county playgrounds. These injuries are usually the result of negligent supervision or defectively maintained playground equipment. If your child has sustained injuries at a school playground as a result of someone else’s negligence—or if the playground equipment was…

With countless miles of beautiful beaches, resorts, theme parks, and other tourist attractions, Florida has a great deal to offer the adventurous traveler – especially during the winter months, when cold weather sets in across much of the country. However, vacations and plans are sometimes spoiled when accidents occur on…