According to the American Burn Association, approximately 450,000 patients receive treatment in emergency rooms and hospitals for burns year after year in the United States. This does not include the burn injuries that are treated in hospitals, private clinicsRead More
Getting hurt on a trampoline does not always mean that someone is at fault. However, when a trampoline accident is caused by the property owner’s negligence, or another party, the injured person may be able to file a personal injury claim and recover compensation for damages, including medical bills, pain and suffering, lost income, etc.
Premises liability cases fall under the umbrella of personal injury law. These types of cases deal with the injuries that are caused by the failure of a property owner to warn visitors of potential hazards or maintain their property. Some of the most common types of premises liability cases including assaults, constructionRead More
According to statistics, failing to yield to the right of way is the second leading cause of accidents resulting in injuries and fatal accidents in the state of Florida. In fact, the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles 2010 Florida Traffic Crash Statistics Report stated that the failure to yield to the right ofRead More
There are many people who are reluctant to file personal injury lawsuits after they are injured by the negligence of another person or entity. In most cases, the reason they are hesitant to seek legal representation is because they believe they won’t be able to afford the lawyer’s fees or other related legal expenses.
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