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Do I Have A Case For My Slip And Fall?

Do I Have A Case For My Slip And Fall?It can happen suddenly. One minute you are browsing the aisles at your local grocery store and the next, you’ve slip and hit the ground. Slip and fall accidents happen more frequently than people realize and often times can cause severe injury. In somes cases, these falls may be the fault of the property owner or manager. In those instances, you may have a case to get compensation for your injuries.

How Do Slip And Fall Laws Work?

In the state of Florida, slip and fall law falls under the category of a personal injury case. They usually happen on property or premises that are owned or maintained by someone and the property owner is held legally responsible. It is the responsibility for you, the “plaintiff” to show that the owner, the “defendant,” did not act in a reasonable manner, that is, they were negligent. For example, it is reasonable for grocery store to mop up any spills in their aisles.

What Is Considered Negligence In A Slip And Fall?

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Can I Sue For A Dog Bite?

Can I Sue For A Dog Bite?When you have been bitten by a dog, the injuries can be very severe. From flesh wounds to bone fractures to even disfigurement and disability, your injuries can have a serious impact on your life. Furthermore, the costs of these injuries can add up quickly. Between the medical bills and missing work, you may find yourself in a financial hardship. However, under Florida law your injuries may be covered. It all depends on the circumstances.

When A Dog’s Owner Is Responsible For A Bite.

If the dog bite was the result of the owner’s negligent actions, you may be owed compensation. Under Florida law, dog owners are considered negligent if:

● The dog’s owner was in violation of any local ordinance such as not following leash laws or “reasonable care”.
● The owner was negligent and did not use reasonable care to prevent your injury.
● The dog has bitten someone previously. If the owner knows that do has been knowing to bite, they are responsible for controlling the dog. Not doing so is negligence.
● The dog is labeled “vicious” by animal control.

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TBI Has Many Effects

TBI Has Many EffectsA traumatic brain injury, or TBI, can be one of the most terrifying and debilitating injuries for a person—and the people around that person—to experience. The reason for this is that the brain is the literal nerve center of the entire body, the ability to perceive sensations, think, feel, remember and even move are controlled by the brain. This means that any injury to any part of the brain can have dramatic, lifelong effects on a person’s life.

Here’s just a sample of the many ways that a serious TBI can impact the way a person lives.

Physical Impairments

The brain controls the ability of people to move and sense things. This means that a variety of different physical symptoms can manifest depending on where a TBI is sustained, and the scope of the injury. For some people, TBI may result in permanent migraine headaches when it was never an issue before. For others, however, the effects can be far more serious.

Senses, for example, can be impaired or compromised. A person may no longer see, hear, smell, taste or touch things the way they used to. In some cases, a sense... full post

Automobile Recall Warning: Hyundai And Kia

Automobile Recall Warning: Hyundai And KiaAfter a massive recall of 1.7 million vehicles in 2015, Kia and Hyundai owners are facing a new issue. It turns out the fix that Hyundai and Kia implemented for the recall has created a new round of problems for car owners. After multiple complaints, an investigation from the Nation Highway Traffic And Safety Administration (NHTSA), and six reports of fire, Kia and Hyundai are recalling these vehicles again.

Why Are They Being Recalled?

Hyundai and Kia are recalling vehicles because the fix they issued during the 2015 recall presents a fire risk. The vehicles were initially recalled because manufacturing debris restricted the oil flow to connecting rod bearings. This caused the bearings in 2 and 2.4-liter four-cylinder engines to wear down and sometimes fail. This issue also put drivers at risk of engine fire. During this recall, however, some of the engine replacements were not done properly by dealers around the country. They have found that in some cases the high pressure fuel pipe was damaged, misaligned, or improperly tightened. This may lead to a fuel leak on the engine causing fires.

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Why You Need To Pay Attention To Vehicle Recalls

Why You Need To Pay Attention To Vehicle RecallsThere are many things that can cause an auto accident such as bad drivers and hazardous road conditions. However, the most underrated cause of auto accidents is mechanical functions. If your brakes do not work properly, you can’t accelerate, or your car shifts out of gear, in a few short moments can lead to a catastrophic injury. This is why routine vehicle maintenance is so important. However, even the most diligent car owner who changes their fluids, belts, and chains routinely, can still experience mechanical defects because of faulty designs and manufacturing.

What Is A Vehicle Recall?

When a vehicle designer, contract manufacturer, or even a shipping company or a dealership makes a mistake and causes a mechanical malfunction of a vehicle, a recall may be issued. Recalls happen two ways. The first is a voluntary recall, which makes up the bulk of the vehicle recalls, is when a manufacturer realizes there is a flaw with the recall and notifies its customers. The second is a recall conducted by the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The NHTSA collects statistics about car accidents across the... full post

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What Are My Legal Options If I’m Bitten By Someone Else’s Dog?

What Are My Legal Options If I’m Bitten By Someone Else’s Dog?According to the United States Center for Disease Control, 1 in 5 people bitten by a dog require medical attention. When you are bitten by a dog, it can cause some serious medical issues. If you are one of these victims, you have a legal right to file a claim against the dog’s owner for the cost of your injuries.

Common Injuries From Dog Bites

When a dog bite is very severe, it can cause serious medical issues. Here are the most common injuries that you can sustain after a dog bite:

● Punctured Skin: A puncture wound is when the dog’s teeth sink into your flesh. Even a small dog's teeth can leave a deep puncture wound which can lead to infection
● Infection: Dog’s teeth and nails have bacteria in them, which leads to a higher chance of infection in you when you are bitten
● Nerve Damage: People often do not realize that even a small dog has strong jaws. If a dog should bite you, especially in the face or neck you can end up with serious nerve damage.
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Vehicle Recall Alerts: Toyota, Ford, Volkswagen, And More

Most of the time, when we think about auto accidents, we think about bad drivers. However, thousands of accidents are caused every year by vehicle malfunctions. Sometimes these malfunctions are the fault of the vehicle manufacturer. These malfunctions can lead to manufacturers to recall vehicles. These recalls can be voluntary after the manufacturer discovers an issue, or supported by the National Highway And Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) after determining the malfunction is causing accidents. In both cases, vehicle owners need to pay attention to recalls to stay safe on the roads. Here are the most recent vehicle recalls.

Toyota And Lexus SUVs Recalled For Airbag Issues

Right on the heels of the massive Tanaka airbag recall, Toyota and Lexus SUVs are also being recalled for an airbag issue. 89,740 SUVs have been recalled because of a faulty sensor that can cause airbags to remain off when needed. The recall impacts Toyota Land Cruisers and Lexus LX 570s made between 2008-2019. If you own one of these vehicles contact Toyota at 1-888-270-9371 or Lexus at 1-800-255-3987 for further information and instructions.

Toyota Tacoma Recalled For Brakes Malfunction

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Safest Cars To Consider Buying In 2019

Safest Cars To Consider Buying In 2019At All Injuries Law Firm, we have decades of experience representing auto accident victims in Florida. In many cases, these accidents couldn’t be avoided. Even the safest, most vigilant drivers can find themselves in an accident caused by another person, hazardous road conditions, and even vehicle defects. There isn’t much you can do to avoid these types of accidents. However, choosing a vehicle with a wide variety of safety features can help mitigate some of the damage caused by accidents. If you are looking to purchase a new car this year, consider purchasing a vehicle with a high safety rating.

How To Choose A Safe Vehicle

Every year the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety (IIHS) publishes a list of the safest vehicles. New vehicles are tested and ranked on safety criteria to determine which have the most safety features. The criteria uses a variety of safety testing to determine the rankings including:

● Child Seat Anchor Rating (LATCH Rating): Tests the ease of use and security of child restraint hardware.
● Front Crash Prevention Rating: Tests the availability of forward crash warning systems and automatic braking systems.
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