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What Exactly Is A Catastrophic Injury?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

While the legal definition can vary, in general, a catastrophic injury is one that leaves a person disabled enough where they cannot work or sustain themselves without some kind of assistance. Florida law speaks of injuries that are “significant and permanent,” such as losing the use of a bodily function or a limb, among… Read More »

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Injured At An Amusement Park: Who Is Liable?

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A large portion of Florida’s economy is devoted to tourism, with its amusement parks proving a big draw for families and people looking to beat the heat. Attractions like Disney World, Legoland, and Tampa’s own Busch Gardens bring in thousands or even millions of people per year; however, there is a certain amount of… Read More »

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Defining Negligent Security In Florida Law

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If you are injured on your own premises, very often you will only have yourself to blame. If you are injured on another person’s property, however, you may be able to hold the owner or operator liable, depending on the nature of your injuries. A negligent security claim may develop if you were injured… Read More »

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Liability In Florida Boating Accidents

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Florida has approximately 950,000 boats registered in the state, trailing behind only California in sheer numbers. Taking a vessel out on Florida’s miles of waterways is a very common way for residents to destress, particularly in the midst of a global pandemic, since one is comparatively isolated while out on a boat. Most boaters… Read More »

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Why Are Florida Cities Not Safe For Pedestrians?

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Each year, the urban planning think tank SmartGrowth America puts out its Dangerous By Design report, which ranks U.S. metropolitan areas according to how dangerous they are to pedestrians, as well as analyzing the reasons for the high rate of injuries and fatalities. In the 2021 report, 7 of the 10 most dangerous metropolitan… Read More »

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Suing A Deceased Defendant

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In several types of Florida accidents, there is unfortunately a high likelihood of someone losing their life, particularly in accidents that involve automobiles or large trucks. If the person allegedly at fault for the accident is killed, most injured survivors tend to believe that their chance for receiving any kind of compensation for their… Read More »

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What Is The Standard Of Care In Florida Medical Malpractice Cases?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Medical malpractice is arguably one of the most complex causes of action one can bring in court. This goes extra in Florida, given its numerous pre-suit requirements that plaintiffs must meet before bringing their claim. However, at the heart of every claim brought to court is the issue of how much care is owed… Read More »

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Can You Seek Damages For Emotional Distress In A Personal Injury Case?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Filing a personal injury lawsuit is never an easy endeavor. Depending on the specifics of your case, you may be able to seek damages for a number of different injuries, both physical and otherwise. While recovery for physical injuries is the most common type sought – almost every personal injury case involves trying to… Read More »

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Can I Sue A Florida Funeral Home For Negligence?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

When you lose a loved one, you want to give them an appropriate send-off and ensure that they have the resting place they deserve. However, sometimes the funeral home you choose will make mistakes, or in rare cases, may even deliberately act in a way that causes harm and distress to your family. If… Read More »

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Should My Family File A Wrongful Death Suit?

By Rinaldo Law Group |

Wrongful death is a legal cause of action that can be brought when someone dies due to the negligence or reckless behavior of another person. Families who have lost a loved one in this way are often reeling and legal redress may not be the first thing on their mind. However, while money will… Read More »

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