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Dog bites are taken very seriously in Florida

Since the 1890s, Florida law has taken dog bites very seriously. Prior to then, the law placed a huge burden on the plaintiff in dog bite cases. The plaintiff had to show that the dog owner knew that the dog was vicious or that the dog had a history of viciousness. When Ch. 767 was created in the 1890s, that changed.

Withdrawals and recalls of medications are serious matters

The medications that you take should be safe for you to use. Of course, there are some instances in which that wouldn't be the case for every patient. Some examples of this would be if you have a condition that is considered a contraindication for the drug or if you were taking a drug that would cause an interaction with the new drug.

Several factors are considered in dog bite cases

In our previous post, we discussed several considerations for a person who is bitten by a dog. The fact of the matter is that many dog bites, especially when the dog mauls the person, can lead to very serious injuries. In some cases, the person will suffer from permanent disfigurement as a result of the dog bite. We know that you never thought that you were going to be attacked by a dog. We can help you to learn about your options to seek compensation for the dog bite injuries.

Several considerations are present for dog bite cases

Personal injury cases can encompass a variety of injuries and accidents. One injury that some people may not think about very often is a dog bite. If you suffered a dog bite by a pet dog, you will likely need medical care. That medical care can turn costly, so you might opt to seek compensation for the bite.

Don't let injuries while traveling go unchecked

We recently discussed some tips that can help to keep you safe as you travel. Whether you are a Florida resident who is traveling within the state or a visitor from another state, you have the right to remain safe as you travel. Even if you are very careful and follow the tips we gave you in our previous blog post, there is a chance that the actions of another person will cause you to be involved in an accident that leads to injury.

Common injuries while traveling

The World Health Organization states that injuries are a leading cause of traveler deaths, but they are also usually preventable with a proper amount of care on the part of travelers and providers. Road and traffic injuries are the top cause of injury and fatalities for travelers, but other common injuries and deaths are related to drowning, air accidents, terrorist activity and drug use. According to WHO statistics, both homicide and suicide are top three causes of death among U.S. travelers throughout the world.

Spinal cord injuries are extremely serious

Spinal cord injuries are one of the most serious types of injuries you can suffer as the result of an accident. The spinal cord is responsible for relaying messages between the brain and the body, and this means that an injured spinal cord can result in everything from uncontrollable shaking to paralysis. Because spinal cord injuries are so serious, it's critical that you understand the full extent of your injuries and the effect they have on your life now and in the future.

What is a guardian ad litem and why is one needed?

In legal terms, the word guardian is used to define someone who is legally appointed or is entitled to care for and manage the person and property of another. Many people are familiar with the term when talking about appointing a guardian for one's children in a will for example. There are times when a guardian is needed long-term because an adult is not mentally capable of making decisions or responsibly caring for his or her own needs.

What Florida court has jurisdiction over personal injury cases?

Hopefully, most Florida residents will never have to worry about what court case will be heard where in the state's judicial system. But at the same time, having a basic understanding of the legal system and legal options for personal injury cases can help alleviate any apprehension if the opposite situation arises.

Prescription drug litigation: holding drug companies accountable

There are endless types of personal injury claims adjudicated by Florida courts and settled without trial with insurance companies. Every day, negotiations are taking place somewhere between recalcitrant agents and strong advocates representing individuals who have suffered harm through another's negligence, wrongdoing, accidental action or carelessness. Folks seeking compensation for an injury can become overwhelmed, even when evidence is clearly on their side.

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