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  • What if My Dog Bites a Trespasser?

    Top Dog Breeds Who Bite the Most An estimated 1.5-2% of the U.S. population are bitten by dogs every year, which is between 4.5 and 4.7 million people. The majority of the victims are children, and half of these bites occur at home with familiar dogs. Sometimes, though, dog bites happen to people who are not so familiar with the dog or with their owner – trespassers. The law defines trespassing as ...
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  • FL Among the Deadliest States on Labor Day

    Exercising Caution Throughout the Labor Day Holiday Labor Day falls on the first Monday in September and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers, paying tribute to the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the US. However, while Labor Day celebrates US workers’ role in our society and economy, it comes with a lethal ...
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  • What to do if you are Injured at a Theme Park in Orlando

    Orlando is home to a number of theme parks including Disney World . Other Orlando theme parks like Universal Studios , Sea World , Islands of Adventure and the Holy Land Experience , as well as county fairs, provide incredible rides, sights, restaurants, and other amazing attractions for millions of visitors from all over America and the world. But if you are injured on a ride or anywhere else in ...
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  • Were you Injured While Dining out at a Restaurant?

    Orlando has outstanding restaurants along with the usual fast food franchises. Under Florida’s premises liability laws , restaurant owners have a legal duty to ensure that their premises are kept in a reasonably safe condition. This mean restaurant owners need to prevent hazardous conditions from existing, however, in the event a hazardous condition does exist, they have a duty to warn of that ...
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