Understanding School Injuries and Your Rights 

In the state of Florida (and throughout the country), children are often injured while attending school or participating in various school-related activities. Schools and their staff have a responsibility to supervise children who are under their care. Also, they have a duty to maintain an environment that is considered “reasonably safe” for the children. Unfortunately, the negligence and carelessness of teachers, coaches, administrators, maintenance workers, and teacher’s aides (along with other school employees) have resulted in serious and often-devastating injuries

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Whiplash Injuries in Florida Car Accidents

Florida is one of five states that have some of the highest rates of car accidents in the country. According to Policy Genius, the Sunshine State ranks third among other car-accident-prone states, trailing only behind California and Texas.   With thousands of car accidents occurring yearly in Florida, one type of injury becomes all too common — whiplash injuries. In Florida, more than 100,000 car crashes happen daily. Of this number, a significant proportion results in whiplash injuries.  Whiplash injuries are

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Injury Claims & Additur: A Florida Judge’s Power To Increase Jury Awards

Your personal injury case has just been finaled. The jury found in your favor but only granted you $50,000 for the losses you’ve encountered in your personal injury case. All the evidence you provided clearly showed that you sustained $150,000 in damages.  You’re unhappy with the financial outcome and feel like the jury gave a senseless low ball award. Now that the award is final, you begin to think, “Did those jurors make a mistake?” Upon request, a person filing

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Seeking Injury Compensation After a Public Park Accident

When heading out for a relaxing day at the park, sustaining a serious injury is the last thing you expect to happen. Unfortunately, there are a number of ways for a public park accident to occur, especially if the property isn’t cared for or faulty equipment is in use. In fact, each year over 200,000 children under the age of 14 are treated for playground-related injuries. In the state of Florida, you have a right to seek compensation if you’re

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