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Labor Day 2022

Tips To Enjoy A Safe Labor Day Holiday Weekend

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Labor Day celebrates the many contributions workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity and well-being. Sadly, the celebrations have resulted in traffic crashes and deaths on U.S. roads as people travel during the holiday period. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) urges a simple, five-point plan to enjoy a responsible, safe weekend: Plan… Read More »

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Personal Injuries And Your Kids: Most Common Injury Risks

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Personal injury lawsuits are often filed by adults who are seriously injured in accidents or after using a defective product. Yet children can also suffer debilitating and life-threatening personal injuries, often in similar circumstances to adults. In some situations, kids can be at even greater risk of injury than adults in the same or… Read More »

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New Study Addresses Sports Concussions In Women

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Sports-related concussions, particularly when they occur multiple times over a period of weeks, months, or years, can be permanently debilitating for athletes. Indeed, researchers have linked degenerative brain diseases like chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) to repeat concussions. Yet even a single concussion in a sporting event or recreational activity can have devastating results. According… Read More »

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How Much Is My Personal Injury Claim Worth?

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Were you recently injured in an accident or as a result of a healthcare provider’s negligence in South Florida? You may be trying to decide whether or not it makes sense to file a claim and how much your claim is likely to be worth. While it is nearly impossible to give you an… Read More »

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The Consolidated Appropriation Act of 2021 will be effective on January 1, 2022. Title I of the new law includes the “No Surprise Act”.

FINALLY – NO MORE SURPRISES!

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

A person is in involved in a bad crash that is the fault of an uninsured driver. She is rushed to the emergency room, undergoes blood work, a neurological consultation, orthopedic consultation and a battery of tests.  She is worried about her health but not the bills. Why should she worry, she has great… Read More »

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If I Got Hurt, Can I File A Personal Injury Lawsuit?

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Anyone who has been injured recently or has lost a loved one in an accident may be wondering about options for filing a personal injury lawsuit. Since personal injury law is a broad area of the law that encapsulates many different kinds of accident and injury scenarios, it may indeed be possible to sue… Read More »

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I May Be Partially At Fault For My Injuries: Can I Still File A Claim?

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Anytime a person suffers a serious and debilitating injury, it can be extremely anxiety-inducing to think about the possibilities of trying to seek compensation for losses and being concerned about how the injured person’s own negligence might affect the case. If you were injured recently and are worried that you may be partially at… Read More »

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Can A Day Of Fun Become a Problem?

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Any type of physical sport or recreational activity may present the risk of injury. It’s the nature of this type of activity.  Typical recreational related accidents can involve injuries sustained on a trampoline, in or around a swimming pool, or injuries playing sports. Under Florida’s premises liability law, those who suffer injuries on another’s… Read More »

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Drowning Accidents: 5 Things To Know

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Drownings and near-drowning accidents can be devastating. Whether you are at the beach with your children or enjoying your own pool or a neighbor’s pool, nobody expects a serious drowning-related accident to occur. Yet these personal injuries in Florida occur with some frequency, and they often involve young children or intoxicated adults. In some… Read More »

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The question is often asked, “Is flying safer than driving?

Is Flying Safer Than Driving?

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The question is often asked, “Is flying safer than driving?  In the media, it was said that Kobe Bryant could have drove two to three hours instead of flying and would be alive today.  But is driving truly safer?  There are statistics that provide an answer to this question. If you consider the absolute… Read More »

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