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When Is a School Liable for Injuries to Student Athletes?

By Hersh Kirtman |

School is obviously critical. We send our children to school for their necessary educational growth as well as to help them advance their maturity, hobbies, social skills, and to generally further their lives. We expect schools, and the administrators, teachers, and staff working there, to keep our children safe. In fact, Florida law provides… Read More »

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How to Get Compensation After a Car Accident if You’re a Passenger in Florida

By Hersh Kirtman |

Sometimes, car accidents involve multiple victims. If you are a passenger in a vehicle involved in a crash, you may be able to recover damages in a personal injury claim. Florida law allows you to make a claim for the damages caused to you if you’re a passenger injured in a crash caused by… Read More »

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Can Medical Professionals in Florida Be Held Liable for Failing to Diagnosis

By Hersh Kirtman |

We often trust medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, physician’s assistants, and others, to put our well-being and health at the top of their list of priorities. Many of these professionals must take an oath to swear they will never harm a patient, but this doesn’t mean they are incapable of making mistakes. In some… Read More »

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Who Is Liable for Road Debris–Related Damages and Losses in Florida?

By Hersh Kirtman |

When debris is left in the middle of the road, the streets become more unsightly and difficult to drive. Sometimes, leaving garbage or other debris behind can result in severe accidents and crashes. It is important to try to identify the party that left the debris behind to hold them accountable for the damage… Read More »

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