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Vehicle Defects

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Vehicle Defects – In the majority of automobile accidents, the drivers are usually at fault. But not always. Sometimes serious injuries result from vehicle defects. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), describes a vehicle defect as something that “poses a risk to motor vehicle safety, and may exist in a group of vehicles of… Read more »

Eight Pedestrians Injured: Perdido Key Drive

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Eight pedestrians injured on Perdido Key Drive by a single vehicle at 8:15 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the 14000 block of Perdido Key Drive. Two victims were transported to Baptist Hospital and one to Sacred Heart Hospital with life-threatening injuries. Five other victims were transported to area hospitals, three with serious injuries. The Escambia… Read more »

Premises Liability Cases

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premises liability cases in Florida

Premises liability cases – In Florida, “premises liability” means that a person or a business in control of a particular area has the responsibility of keeping the area free from dangerous conditions that it knows of or should know of. If a potentially dangerous condition exists, then the person or business needs to warn others… Read more »

Rear-End Collisions & Rebuttable Presumption

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Rear-End Collisions

  Rear-end collisions – A commonly held belief is if you are rear-ended, the driver behind you is at fault. In Florida that is most likely the case— but not always. Florida law provides a “rebuttable presumption” that the rear-ending driver is solely responsible for the damages. Rebuttable, because if he or she can produce… Read more »

Is Time Running Out?

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  Time running out on your claim? What is the Statute of Limitations? Actually, there isn’t just one statute — there are many — and each provides a certain time limit in which a particular case must be filed in court. It is not sufficient to just make a claim within the Statute of Limitations,… Read more »