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More than one party may be liable in your medical negligence case

One can only imagine the dismay associated with entrusting oneself to the professional medical care of others and winding up in a worse, instead of better, condition afterward. If you recently underwent surgery or received some other type of medical treatment and suffered illness or injury because someone didn't do his or her job right, you likely understand how frustrating such issues can be. It is true there's always risk for human error when one person (or group) is providing medical care to another.

Hurt in a hotel? Don't go to sleep on your liability claim.

During seasons of the year when many people are traveling in Florida, this leads to an increased number of people who are staying in hotels. If you are one of the people who will check into a hotel at some point in the near future, you will likely do so with the assumption that you will not face any unnecessary harm.

Handling the aftermath of your motorcycle accident

Many people in Florida who choose to ride motorcycles do so because they enjoy the freedom of the open road and the overall experience of biking, However, many other motorists do not know how to properly share the road, and as a result, innocent bikers may suffer serious injuries in motorcycle accidents.

4 questions you may have about spinal cord injuries

Walking, running, jumping or even going to the bathroom on your own may be actions that you take for granted. Of course, many other Florida residents certainly do not think twice about their abilities to complete certain actions in the course of their everyday activities. However, you may find yourself with a different viewpoint if you suffer a serious injury that impacts your abilities.

Money and property may not be your only accident losses

If you suffered injuries in a Florida car accident, you know that the impact can reach to most, if not all, areas of your life. You may experience much more than just loss of property and physical injuries, but you could also experience losses that are intangible and difficult to properly value.

Traumatic amputation could lead to different types of pain

Catastrophic injuries can come in many forms. Injuries to the back and head often come to mind as having the potential to cause serious harm, but extremities can also face severe injuries that can prove life-changing as well. Hands, arms, legs, feet or even fingers and toes could get crushed or, worse, amputated during a serious car accident.

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.

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.

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