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Florida Injury Law On Defective Brakes And Brake Failures

Summary Of All Florida Case Law About Car Brakes Where Someone Was Injured When someone is injured in a car accident in Florida due to faulty brakes, several parties can be held accountable for a victim’s injuries, including the car maker, the seller, as well as those...

Reasons To Sue A Restaurant In Florida

Slip and Falls, Food Poisoning, Burns, Discrimination And Other Personal Injury Claims. It is difficult to list the variety of restaurants available in Florida, and how many food and drink establishments operate here.  A telling statistic: according to the National...

Slip And Fall In A Restaurant Bathroom

3 Examples of Restaurant Bathroom Slip And Fall Lawsuits As a general rule, under Florida’s premises liability law restaurants are liable for any negligence related injuries suffered by their customers or guests. This includes accidents happening anywhere on the...

Florida Restaurant Laws     

Florida statutory laws can be used to find a restaurant owner negligent, and therefore responsible to compensate a victim for his or her injuries. Based on the theory of negligence, anyone injured inside a restaurant or outside within its property lines may have a...

Slip and Fall Pain and Suffering Lawsuits

Examples of lawsuits where the pain and suffering damage awards were found to be inadequate as a matter of law One of the most frequently asked personal injury questions we hear in our office is about the amount of pain and suffering a victim can recover for their...

Slip And Fall Depositions      

Depositions are a part of most slip and fall litigation cases. The answers given by the deposed party can impact a case in a meaningful way. For this reason, it is important for a victim to know the nature of the questions that will be asked of them, under oath, so...

Florida Car Accident Lawsuit

When you are involved in an automobile accident in the State of Florida, several laws come into play.  Some of these laws are unique to Florida, which impact both the at-fault driver and their victims. For instance, Florida is a “no-fault” state, it has a comparative...

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