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Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • How can Florida parents keep up with children's product recalls?

    Having a child in the 21st century means buying no end of products, including cribs, high chairs, car seats and of course, a seemingly-endless supply of toys. We have seen a number of recalls in recent years involving children's products. While recalled products are generally removed from stores and online retailers' selections, what happens if you already have the product? How is a parent to keep ...
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  • Florida victims of violent crime may have premises liability case

    Every year, too many Florida residents are victims of violent crimes, including assault, mugging, rape and murder. Obviously, victims and their loved ones want to see their attackers brought to justice. However, sometimes others have some responsibility for providing an environment where such a crime was able to occur. Obviously, no one can guarantee that they will be safe when they are out and ...
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  • Court: Florida malpractice law doesn't violate patient privacy

    The Florida Medical Association and Republican state legislators have racked up a victory in a legal dispute involving Florida's medical malpractice law. The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this month that the law does not violate patients' privacy rights. The federal appeals court decision overturns an earlier ruling by a federal judge in a case brought against a Florida physician. That ...
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  • Florida coach dies a week after head-on car crash

    A Florida college basketball coach died a week after suffering injuries in a head-on collision on State Road 85 near Northwest Florida Regional Airport. The Florida Highway Patrol says that the 51-year-old husband and father of three was driving with his wife when they were struck by another vehicle that crossed over three lanes and the median into oncoming traffic. The victim, who had to be cut ...
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  • Do voice-activated systems reduce distracted driving, collisions?

    If you buy a new car, it is more likely than ever to have voice-controlled, hands-free systems that let drivers do everything from making phone calls to texting to updating Facebook to getting directions to the nearest Starbucks. While hands-free technology has been touted as a safer alternative to the use of hand-held devices, a new study shows that drivers using voice-activated technology can ...
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  • Florida parents: Awareness of button battery danger is crucial

    As all Florida parents know, children's toys are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Electronic toys, like all of our electronic devices, are becoming smaller, thinner and easier for kids to put in their hands and mouths. Many toys, gadgets and even things like musical greeting cards are powered by button batteries. These coin-size lithium batteries can be particularly attractive to little ones ...
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  • What damages are you entitled to after an auto accident?

    When a person is injured in an auto accident, the primary focus for them is recovering. For surviving family members of someone killed in an accident, their focus is probably on getting through the grieving process and working to move forward with their lives. Victims and their families may be able to recover damages from the at-fault driver and possibly other entities, such as the driver's ...
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