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Category Archives: Personal Injury


Tesla Blamed For Rear-End Collision Crash That Killed Two

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A recent lawsuit has been filed against Tesla after two people died in a rear-end collision accident with a truck. The plaintiffs contend that the fault driver-assist AI malfunctioned preventing the vehicle from stopping earlier. A preliminary investigation has not revealed whether or not the driver-assist was in use at the time of the… Read More »


Every Injury Lawsuit Has Two Phases

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In every personal injury lawsuit, there are two phases that a plaintiff must navigate. The first involves allegations related to negligence. The second involves allegations related to damages. In this article, we’ll describe how these two phases work together to produce a fair verdict. The negligence phase  First, a plaintiff must establish that the… Read More »


Criminal Liability In Dog Bite Cases Is Rare

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Owners of aggressive dogs rarely face criminal charges related to dog bites and even deaths. In one case, a mail carrier was killed when they were attacked by multiple dogs. The owner of the dogs is only facing misdemeanor charges. Injured victims generally need a video of what happened, two affidavits from eyewitnesses, or… Read More »


Burger King Loses $8 Million In Slip And Fall Suit

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Burger King was ordered to pay an injured customer $8 million after the customer fell on a foreign substance, according to a recent article. The incident occurred in Hollywood, Florida. The 48-year-old plaintiff required surgery on his lower back after slipping and falling near the restroom. His attorneys also claimed that the plaintiff suffered… Read More »


Defective Guardrails Blamed For Injuries And Deaths

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Lawsuits over defective guardrails are nothing new. However, it’s upsetting to hear that they are still in use throughout the State of Florida. A recent incident involving a man who lost his leg gained attention in the news. He was the passenger in a pickup truck that swerved to miss a dog when the… Read More »


Employer Sued For Suicide Of 16-Year-Old Boy

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This is a difficult one. The allegations are not standard tort claims. In this case, a farm is being sued after one of its employees, a 16-year-old boy, took one of the company’s handguns and returned home to shoot himself. The owners of the farm are now being sued. While it can be very… Read More »


Family Files Suit After Florida Man Dies At Casino

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The family of a 48-year-old Florida man has filed a lawsuit against a Las Vegas casino after the man had a heart attack at the black jack table. According to the lawsuit, the dealer kept dealing in another player for 15 minutes before responding to the man’s condition. Eventually, the family claims, they attempted… Read More »


Who Pays For E-Scooter Injuries?

By Eighmie Law Firm, P.A. |

Prior to the pandemic, cities across the country were up in arms over the overnight arrival of e-scooters on city streets. Residents reported injuries caused to pedestrians, the e-scooters left on sidewalks where they could cause tripping hazards, and in some cases, drunk e-scooterers severely injuring themselves on public roadways. Now, several years later,… Read More »


Family Sues After Boy Dies At Crew Practice

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A grieving family has sued a rowing club after their 12-year-old son was killed during an organized practice. According to the lawsuit, the rowers were out on the water when a lightning storm rolled, causing the boat to capsize. The boy was out on the water for the first time when this occurred. He… Read More »


Woman Sues After Being Served Cannabis At Wedding

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A Florida woman claims that she suffered permanent injuries after being served marijuana-laced food at a wedding. She claims that her injuries were “severe” and “permanent” and that the marijuana-laced food was “poisonous”. She claims she had no idea the food was laced with THC and said she suffered “marijuana poisoning”. Police arrived at… Read More »

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