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New Tax Law Affects Personal Injury Settlements

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

While many people have focused on the new tax law’s significant effects on alimony payments and divorce, as recently pointed out by Forbes magazine, not enough people have thought about how it could affect justice done in personal injury lawsuits and settlements. The new law has made some important changes to the taxability of… Read More »

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Report on Florida Roller Coaster That Derailed Demonstrates Negligence

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

On July 10, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services released its preliminary investigation report on last month’s derailment of the Daytona Beach roller coaster that sent six people to the hospital. While on the ride in June, two people were ejected from the front coaster car and fell 34 feet to the… Read More »

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Many Floridians Getting Sick This Summer from Local Rivers & Beaches

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

Many are concerned about a number of injury and potential wrongful death incidents that have occurred in Florida this summer, many of which have involved people being rushed to the emergency room. Given that a number of people have become sick or ill while on Florida’s public beaches, could this constitute a premises liability… Read More »

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New Study Indicates Children Do Not Have to Get Injured in Youth Sports

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

Many of us were injured from time to time while playing sports as kids, and may assume the same will happen to our children. It’s almost an expectation with certain sports, especially those that are high-impact sports, like football. And many see it as a healthy trade-off: although there’s the risk of getting injured,… Read More »

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Deadly Bridge Collapse at Florida International University Kills Six and Injures 10

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

The sad story of the bridge collapse at Florida International University (FIU)—and the individuals who were killed and injured—has been all over the news of late, particularly as officials with the National Transportation Safety Board open up an investigation into what exactly happened that caused so much devastation on Thursday, March 15th. Those who… Read More »

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Injury Liability in the NBA: a Serious ‘Workplace Injury’

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

While a certain number of physical injuries are expected when it comes to professional sports, the issue has now become a matter of liability when it comes to NBA (basketball) injuries. Players who experience serious injuries are reportedly continuing to play until the issue progresses to destroying their career and chances of playing at… Read More »

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“Conversion Therapy”: Is This Malpractice?

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

On January 24th, the New York Times featured an important story about a type of alleged abuse and injury that many are unaware of: Conversion Therapy. Many people do not realize that it is still legal in 41 states, including Florida. This “therapy” consisted of years and years of what many would describe as… Read More »

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Florida Still Leads Nation in Number of Drowning Children

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

Florida still leads the nation in losing more children to drowning every year—more than any other state and, according to recent reporting from the Miami Herald (which quoted figures from the USA Swimming Foundation), there was a 20 percent increase between the number of children who drowned in Florida pools or spas between 2016… Read More »

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Preventing & Treating Dog Bite Injuries

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Children between the ages of five and nine and men are at the most risk of dog bite-related injuries, and most are bit in the home by dogs that are familiar to them. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), families with two or more dogs in their homes… Read More »

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“The ‘Mostly’ Safe Golf Cart”

By lee@yourfightourbattle.com |

The New York Times ran an article titled “The (Mostly) Safe Golf Cart” about the thousands of customized golf carts that have become a normal part of retirement community culture across the country, whereby golf carts are not only used to play golf, but to make trips to grocery stores, doctors’ offices, and everywhere… Read More »

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