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April 2019 Archives

Wrongful death: SUV driver arrested after striking motorcyclist

Motorcyclists in Florida and elsewhere will always be vulnerable. The smaller size of a motorcycle and the fact that auto drivers often don't see bikers approach lead to many accidents in which motorcyclists lose their lives. A significant number of wrongful death lawsuits that move through the state's civil courts involve car vs. motorcycle accidents.

Tips for tourists driving in Florida

Florida is a beautiful and entertaining state to visit all year. It is a place to make memories with loved ones, from going sightseeing to participating in water activities. Unfortunately, it can also be a place where accidents happen and someone gets hurt. More often than not, such accidents happen on the road.

Workers' compensation will cover construction worker's fall

Construction sites in Florida are dangerous places that pose numerous safety hazards. This was underscored by a recent accident that would likely lead to a workers' compensation claim. Rescue workers were called to a construction site after receiving a call about an injured worker.

Negligence or misconduct can lead to wrongful death lawsuit

If the negligence of one person causes the death of another, the civil justice system allows the surviving family members or a personal representative of the estate of the deceased person to seek recovery of damages. Wrongful death lawsuits are filed independently from any criminal proceedings against an alleged killer. While criminal convictions required proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt to be established by the prosecution, a civil lawsuit in Florida requires only a preponderance of evidence to document negligence.

Personal injury: Premises liability claim follows death at ATM

A Florida family recently announced their intention to file a premises liability lawsuit against the Miami-Dade County Federal Credit Union. A reward of $23,000 is on offer for information that could lead to the arrest of the shooter that killed a 47-year-old librarian last December. The family asserts that the bank failed to provide sufficient security to protect clients who use the ATM from suffering personal injury or be killed.

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