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Author Archives: Christopher Largey

Florida Is the Most Dangerous State in the Nation for Bicyclists

In 2017, 116 bicyclists died in Florida accidents. Though this number is shocking and saddening enough on its face, it may be even more so to learn that the number of people killed while cycling in the state increased by 34 percent between 2010 and 2016, and 2017 was actually the least deadly year for […]

Your Right to Sue After an Orlando Theme Park Accident

Central Florida theme parks are favorite destinations for family vacations, school trips and conventions, evidenced by the tens of millions of people who buy tickets to Florida parks every year. But if you or a family member has been hurt, how does the legalese on the back of your ticket affect your ability to seek […]

Make a Safe Route to School for Your Child

For a child or teenager, the journey to and from school may be filled with excitement, dread or a wide range of other emotions. Whether your child is headed to take a test or give a presentation, to try out for a sports team or the school play, or simply to learn something they didn’t […]

Reckless Driving, Alcohol Fuel Rise in Boating Accidents

The aptly named Lake County and surrounding areas are wonderful recreational resources for anyone who enjoys sailing, motor boating or other vehicular watersports. But just as traffic accidents are a risk you take every time you get into a car, drivers and passengers of water vessels face their own range of potential hazards. The dangers […]

Florida Is Home to the Most Dangerous Interstate in the Nation

The drive between Daytona Beach and Tampa is the most dangerous in the nation, according to federal data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on fatality rates per mile of highway. Interstate 4, which connects the two cities, also passes through some of Central Florida’s most populous hubs of activity, including Orlando, Lakeland and […]

Florida Nursing Homes Too Often Escape Consequences of Patient Deaths

When our elderly reach the stage of life when they need to enter nursing homes, we expect them to receive decent care and attention to their medical, hygienic and other needs there. Unfortunately, every year, multiple patients die from the neglect and negligence of nursing home employees. For instance, staff members may fail to wash […]

Poisoning Is a Leading Cause of Injury Death in Florida

In Florida, drug overdoses are classified as poisonings, and drug overdose is the most common form of poisoning injury. In a partial reflection of the problems that opioids and other drugs continue to pose for adults of all ages, statistics from Florida Health show that in 2016, poisoning was recorded as the reason for 4,985 […]

Ordinary or Medical Negligence? Florida Supreme Court Provides Clarity

The difference between ordinary negligence and medical negligence is important in Florida. It determines how long you have to file a claim and what you must allege to make out a case. Moreover, it affects the type and quantity of evidence and testimony needed to prove liability and damages. Ordinary negligence is simply a person’s […]

Choosing a Florida Nursing Home for Your Loved One

When parents, grandparents or other elderly or disabled loved ones need help taking care of themselves, the assisted living facility or nursing home you select can have a significant impact on their quality of life. Many people who could benefit from assistance are hesitant to relocate to a new place, so finding an affordable residence […]

When Waterparks Turn Dangerous, Who’s Liable?

Waterparks are great places for fun and frolic, and central Florida has many: Disney World’s Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, Seaworld Orlando’s Aquatica, Adventure Island in Tampa, Buccaneer Bay at Weeki Wachee Springs State Park and LEGOLAND Florida Park in Winter Haven. The great majority of visitors to these amusements enjoy them safely each year. […]

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