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COVID-19 and Health Care Facilities’ Violations and Negligence

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has worked to adjust to the new normal of social distancing, closed businesses, health care facility “lockdowns,” and stay-at-home orders. In Florida, as well as other states, laws have been enacted regarding Coronavirus and health care facilities including nursing homes and rehabilitation centers which house the

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Car Accident While Borrowing Someone’s Car – Whose Insurance?

Maybe you were simply trying to be a good friend, a kind neighbor. Maybe you were trying to help a family member or come to the aid of a co-worker. When you allowed them to borrow your car, you never dreamed they would get into an accident. But then it happened, the person who borrowed

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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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How to File a Claim Against Celebrity Cruise Lines [Injured on a Celebrity Cruise?]

A cruise ship might be the last place you’d expect to suffer a personal injury. Unfortunately, vacations are not exempt from harmful accidents. Passengers on a Celebrity Cruise Lines ship might receive an injury or illness from a slip and fall during turbulence, unsanitary premises, food poisoning, negligent employees on deck, or even acts of

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

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 October 31, 2019 to January 5, 2020 this year. Located in Miami

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How to File a Claim Against Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) is the world’s largest international cruise line. In 2018, RCCL announced the 228,081-ton Symphony of the Seas cruise ship. When 6,680 vacationers are dancing, drinking, and living freely out in the ocean; the chances of injury increase dramatically. With more than 20 innovative ships in service, two exclusive island destinations

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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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Involved in a Hit and Run in Miami? (Everything You Need to Know)

What Is a Hit and Run? Whether you’re involved in a car accident with another vehicle, pedestrian, or an object, leaving the scene without stopping to provide contact information or assisting the other victim is considered a hit and run. It’s important you exchange information and file a police report, even if the hit and

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