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What You Should Know About Omegle Sex Abuse Claims

Recently, Omegle was in the news for something to do with pedophiles and sexual abusers. So you may be asking: What is Omegle? Why is it in the news? Is it something you should be worried about? What can you do if you or your child were sexually abused on or because of Omegle? The


Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit

When you are trying to focus on recovering from your injuries, filing a personal injury lawsuit seems like a daunting task. Here at SteinLaw, we want to give you as much information as possible to help you achieve a good outcome, so we have put together a list of everything you should know about filing


What You Should Know About Winning a Slip or Trip and Fall Lawsuit

Slip, trip, and fall accidents are more common than you might imagine, happening in stores, restaurants, and even on city sidewalks. In most cases, these accidents are not the fault of the victim, because the law requires buildings, businesses, walkways, and parking lots to be maintained for safety. However, it can be difficult to prove


Gas Explosions: Who Is Liable for Damages?

When natural gas, methane, hydrogen, and other types of flammable gases are ignited, it results in a gas explosion. These incidents can be devastating for both human life and the environment.  A 2018 report by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) states that natural gas explosions are responsible for roughly 4,200 house fires each year.


Changes to the PIP Law: How Are You Impacted?

As of January 1, 2022, the PIP law is going to change in Florida. PIP laws, or personal injury protection, have ended. The regulation, known as Senate Bill 54, will make it harder for Floridians to sue their insurance companies for bad faith. The reason this bill became so popular is that it will reduce


Who Is Responsible In a Bridge Collapse and What Should You Do?

Most people take bridges for granted. After all, if the infrastructure of Venice (which is centuries old and literally submerged in water) is still standing, surely modern bridges are safe. Especially for city dwellers, bridges are a dime a dozen and an important part of the daily commute. But sometimes our engineering systems fail to