August 17, 2019
Can a Parent Sue for a Child's Injuries in Florida? Children are just as likely to be seriously injured in an accident as adults are, arguably even more so. When your child has been injured, they still have the same legal rights as an adult but are unable to act on them due to their age. As your child’s parent or legal guardian, it is up to you to be their advocate in their time of need. A personal injury attorney in Florida may be able to assist you in seeking maximum
August 17, 2019
What to Do when Hurt on Someone Else's Property Suffering an injury on someone else’s property, whether it be private property or a place of business, could mean that you are entitled to compensation for your losses, depending on the circumstances surrounding your accident. Below, we discuss some common premises liability injuries, the property hazards that can cause them, and what you should do to bring a claim against a property owner. Types of Property Hazards and Inju
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