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August 2017 Archives

Warning defects in products can cause consumer injuries

When the manufacturer of a consumer product releases an item into the stream of commerce, they have a duty to ensure that users of the product will be able to handle it and use it as intended in a safe manner. Any Florida resident who has bought something in its original packaging has probably found warnings, labels, and instructions included with the product that describe what users should and should not do with the product to keep themselves out of harm's way. When those warnings fail to keep individuals safe the manufacturers of the products may be liable for the harmed persons' injuries.

Three people die in fiery car accident on Selmon Expressway

A devastating scene recently unfolded on Selmon Expressway in South Tampa. Drivers witnessed a multi-vehicle collision that left one of the involved cars engulfed in flames. Despite efforts by good Samaritans who stopped their own vehicles to help the victims, three individuals perished in the fiery wreck.

A minor injury can lead to big health problems in the future

It can be difficult in the immediate aftermath of a Florida accident to truly grasp the nature of an injury. In fact, it can be weeks or months before you understand how an injury will affect your daily life and future. For some accident victims, what started as a relatively minor injury becomes worse over time, resulting in a new diagnosis of a painful condition called complex regional pain syndrome.

Distractions can cause car accidents serious injuries

Driving a car is not always an easy task. As Tampa residents know, drivers must first understand the rules of the road before they are granted licenses that they may use to legally drive vehicles. Once a licensed driver has a vehicle, they must understand the nuances of its operation and work to keep it safe and in good condition so that it does not break down or otherwise cause them harm. If a licensed driver has a safe vehicle to drive, their ability to safely operate it can be affected by uncontrollable circumstances such as bad weather, heavy traffic, and other unpredictable events. In other words, getting to the point of putting a safe car and safe driver on the road together is not necessarily an easy task.

Does drivers' lack of sleep contribute to truck accidents?

It is hard to do anything well when a person is tired. Each day, Tampa residents wake up, hit their snooze buttons, and hope for just a few more minutes of coveted sleep before they must start their days and meet their professional and familial responsibilities. A good night's sleep make all the difference between doing a job well or having to do it over; in some cases, the failure of an individual to adequately rest before doing their job can put others at serious risk of injury.

Does signing a waiver always limit your ability to sue?

You are probably familiar with many of the common liability waivers that come as a part of participating in certain groups -- gyms, school sports, recreational activities and more. You might expect to sign these documents as a matter of course, usually as part of initial contract proceedings. Liability waivers can seem so rote and routine that you may not even pay much attention to them as you are signing.

Injury-causing accidents are common at shopping malls

When a Tampa shopper enters a mall or other retail establishment, they are generally focused on finding the goods that they need so that they may buy them, leaving the store, and going about their day. Few consider the dangers that may be present as they walk the stores' aisles and climb their escalators. In the following paragraphs, this post will discuss some of the common hazards that lead to personal injury accidents in shopping malls, injuries that can compel victims to pursue premises liability lawsuits.

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