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One Boy’s Tragic Death Begs the Question: When Are Child Accidents Someone Else’s Fault?

By Jeff Brown |

The 11-year-old-boy who died on April 20th after getting hit by a truck while his school held a protest against gun violence has captured headlines. The boy was trying to cross the street to get to visit a park when he was tragically hit by a Ford F-150 pickup truck. At this time, the… Read More »

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People Killed and Injured At Disney World

By Jeff Brown |

When many people think of Florida, they think of sunshine and beautiful beaches, and the many tourist attractions, such as Disney World. Yet, one of Florida’s most notorious and plentiful residents—the alligator—is something that both visitors and property owners alike simply cannot ignore. Unfortunately, the presence of more than one million alligators in our… Read More »

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Shelf Collapses Can Cause Injury

By Jeff Brown |

Premises liability claims arise when a visitor sustains injuries due to a defect or hazard on another party’s property. This type of claim can involve many different types of accidents, including slip and falls, falls down stairs, and many more. While accidents and injuries can happen on any type of property, many cases involve… Read More »

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