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Understanding the Potential Impact of a Florida Rear End Car Accident

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

Rear end collisions comprise one the most common causes of all car accidents. A 2015 Washington Post article reported that there are approximately 1.7 million rear end car accidents in the United States each year. In those collisions, approximately 1,700 people die and another 500,000 suffer injuries. This is likely a result of the… Read More »

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Help! I’ve Been Bitten By a Dog! Now What?: Steps to Take After a Florida Dog Bite Accident

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Statistics published by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimate that 70-80 million dogs are owned in the United States. Unfortunately, with the large number of dogs owned comes a large number of dog bite injuries. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality published a study that found approximately 4.5… Read More »

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A Simple Envelope Makes a Big Impact

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith PLLC |

In the fall of 1934, my great grandfather Phillip Lesser was tragically killed by a car while walking home after worshiping at his congregation in Rome, GA.  At the time, my grandfather Joe Lesser was in his sixth year of law practice in West Palm Beach. Following the funeral, my grandfather wrote a check… Read More »

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Understanding Florida Attractive Nuisance Laws

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While playing outside, your children may see a discarded old refrigerator on someone else’s property that they want to play hide and seek with, or they may even be tempted to go for a quick dip in your neighbor’s pool while they know he is at work. If your children are injured due to… Read More »

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Playing the Blame Game: Allocating Damages Based on Fault in Florida Personal Injury Claims

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After any Florida accident where one party is injured due to someone else’s negligence, one of the key questions becomes how fault should be allocated and how much the injured party can recover from that accident. If you or a loved one is injured in an accident, the amount of liability and damages hinges… Read More »

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Stay Off Social Media to Protect a Personal Injury Claim

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According to the Pew Research Center, 65 percent of American adults use social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.  Social media use has jumped nearly tenfold in the decade from 2005 to 2015.  People frequently share personal details, including photographs of families, activities, vacations, and pets.  If you have been… Read More »

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Time Limits for Filing a Lawsuit in Florida

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Imagine you have been involved in an auto accident.  You may have thought at the time that your injuries were minor and would heal soon, but they haven’t.  Or imagine you took your car in for repairs a few months back and discovered only after you were in a crash that your brake fluid… Read More »

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Available Damages in a Florida Personal Injury Lawsuit

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A personal injury claim arises when you are injured by someone else’s negligence – that is, a failure to use ordinary and reasonable care that causes harm.  Perhaps you have been injured in a car accident or suffered medical malpractice.  One element that you must prove in any personal injury case is damages caused… Read More »

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