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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

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Injured at the Miami Dade County Fair? (Premises Liability/Injury/Assault)

The Miami-Dade County Fair and Exhibition opens March 12 and continues through April 5, 2020 (with the exception of March 16-17 and March 30-31). With the fair comes lots of excitement for friends and families to enjoy together, making memories and enjoying all the fun. The Miami Dade Fair is also known for lots of

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Super Bowl 2020: Uber & Lyft Incidents

Super Bowl Sunday is nearly here and with it comes lots of fun and camaraderie. Super Bowl Sunday also brings news of accidents, often caused by individuals driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or the result of the sheer numbers of vehicles on the road, including Uber and Lyft ride sharing. Across the

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Injured or Assaulted at Santa’s Enchanted Forest [Who’s Liable?]

Source: Santa Enchanted Forest The holiday season has arrived here in South Florida, and with it comes the opening of one of the region’s most popular attractions – Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Billed as “The World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park and FREE Carnival,” Santa’s Enchanted Forest is open November 9, 2022 to January 8, 2023 this

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Halloween Haunted Houses Liability Law (Broward and Miami-Dade County)

Fall is here and the signs are everywhere. Along with pumpkin patches comes the spooky themed events and activities, celebrating Halloween. Halloween approaches with the opening of many haunted houses as well as haunted outdoor venues (corn mazes, haunted hayrides, etc.) designed for delightfully scary fun. Monsters, Zombies, and Waivers, Oh My It is all

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The Dangers of Self-Driving Cars

It’s incredible how far technology has come in recent years, but it also can be slightly scary. While the world is racing to self-driving cars, SteinLaw has slightly hit the brakes due to the dangers that still exist when operating self-driving vehicles. As it turns out, we aren’t the only ones who are aware of how

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Spring Break: Premises Liability in Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Key West, Tampa, and many other Florida cities are some of the top spring break destinations in the United States. Spring breakers from around the country have been taking over the beaches of South Florida for decades. The last thing you want to worry about while on spring break is getting injured. Unfortunately, sometimes

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Competitive Softball Promotions vs. Yasser Ayub

Yasser Ayub is a member of a softball team that participated in a softball tournament hosted by Competitive Softball Promotions or CSP. The softball tournament was held on softball fields at a public park owned by Miami-Dade County. Although CSP paid Miami-Dade County for the right to use their softball fields, the park features common

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The Relationship Between Negligence & Personal Injury Law

Negligence is a significant part of personal injury law. When someone acts carelessly and causes an injury to another person, the responsible party is liable under the legal principle of negligence. This method for determining fault is used in most disputes that involve an accident or injury. These include informal settlement talks and trials in

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Halloween Injuries to Watch Out for & How to Prevent Them 

Halloween is one of the most festive times of the year. Whether you’re a parent with young children who loves trick or treating or an adult who likes dressing up and going to costume parties, the night brings something for everyone to enjoy. Unfortunately, injuries are slightly more likely on this festive. Knowing the most

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