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Who’s Responsible for Amusement Park Injuries?

Everyone knows that an amusement park trip has inherent risks. When you stand in line for an hour, you have plenty of time to notice that even the carousel has its fair share of warnings. Still, no one expects a fun day at the amusement park to lead to serious or even fatal injuries. When disaster strikes, you may wonder—can you sue the amusement park? Who’s responsible for your injuries? What Are the Most Common Theme Park Injuries? A handful

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Lime Scooter Accident Leaves Security Guard in Vegetative State

Electronic scooters, marketed as a convenient and fun way to zip around the city, have been tied to a number of accidents causing death or injury to riders. A December 2018 accident in Fort Lauderdale forever changed the lives of Ashanti Jordan, a security guard at Broward General Medical Center, and her loved ones. Decision to Use Electronic Scooter Proved Disastrous for Hospital Security Guard Rentable Lime scooters are everywhere in South Florida, offering consumers an easy way to enjoy

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Hundreds Left Injured by Indoor Trampoline Parks

When parents take their children out for a fun afternoon at the trampoline park, they don’t expect to leave in an ambulance. Yet, that’s how these trips have ended for hundreds of South Florida parents and children in the last two years. These parks put jumpers at serious risk of injury, ranging from minor sprains and scrapes to breaks that take months to heal. Nearly 300 Incidents Reported at Indoor Trampoline Parks in South Florida News investigators looked into 911

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Fatal Bridge Collapse Reveals Network of Safety Issues, Design Flaws, and Financial Woes

An analysis of the FIU pedestrian bridge that collapsed March 15, 2018 has revealed that the project was rife with issues from the very beginning. The collapse occurred while the bridge was still under construction. As workers tried to repair a deep crack in the bridge, it collapsed, killing five motorists and a worker. In addition to the deaths it caused, the disaster injured five workers, leaving one with a traumatic brain injury. Design Flaws May Have Doomed Bridge from

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Who’s Responsible for Your Motorcycle Crash Injuries?

After a vehicle crash in Florida, injured parties typically seek compensation for medical bills and lost wages through their own personal injury protection policy. However, motorcyclists must follow a different process to recoup their losses. PIP Does Not Cover Motorcyclists In Florida, personal injury protection coverage is not available to motorcyclists. Some drivers believe that the PIP policy they have for their car or truck will also cover any injuries they sustain while riding their motorcycle. Motorcycles are excluded from

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How a Lawyer Can Help After a Truck Accident

Truck accidents are devastating to everyone involved. The average commercial truck weighs over 20 times more than a standard passenger vehicle, so trucking accidents have high fatality, injury, and damage rates. If you’ve been in a collision with a truck, there are lots of factors to consider. Depending on the details of the accident, the driver, carrier, or broker may be at fault. There are also several types of evidence that must be collected if you plan on seeking compensation.

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What Is My Car Accident Worth?

In the wake of a car accident, you may wonder about your options for compensation. While considering filing a claim with the other party’s insurance or bringing a suit against the responsible party, it’s important to think about how much compensation you’re entitled to after your crash. Insurance companies often undervalue a victim’s damages, which is why it’s crucial to have an experienced attorney working for you and advocating on your behalf. Your Medical Expenses and Lost Earnings Two factors

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Why You Need PIP Coverage in Florida

Personal injury protection insurance is an extension of standard car insurance that goes above and beyond what a standard auto policy covers. PIP insurance covers a range of expenses, including medical bills, lost wages, and funeral expenses that arise after a car accident. What is Personal Injury Protection Insurance? PIP is widely known as no-fault insurance. It allows injured drivers to seek compensation through their own insurance company regardless of who is at fault for an accident. PIP is currently

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