Tag Archives: West Palm Beach Personal Injury Lawyers

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Personal Injuries and E-Scooters

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Electric scooters are growing in popularity in cities across the country, from the east coast to the west coast. However, as electric scooters—or e-scooters as they are commonly known—become more common among recreational users and even commuters, the rate of personal injury is also likely to rise. Indeed, according to a recent report in… Read More »

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Could a Ban on Texting While Biking or Skateboarding Reduce Accidents and Injuries?

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

If you regularly drive in Florida, you probably know that texting while driving is a secondary offense. This means that a law enforcement officer cannot stop you solely for texting while driving, but if you are stopped for another offense, then you can also be cited for texting behind the wheel. Should a similar… Read More »

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Recovering for Emotional Injuries After a Florida Personal Injury Accident

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

When people think about damages they could recover after an accident, they often remember that they can recover for “economic” damages such as the cost of necessary medical care, damages to your vehicle if damaged, lost present and future earnings, lost earning potential, and other property damage. These damages often have direct proof and… Read More »

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Obtaining and Correcting a Police Report Following a Car Accident in Florida

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Filing and obtaining a copy of a police report is one of the most important steps to take following a car accident in Florida. Specifically, a police report will help support your story regarding the accident and more importantly, it will support your claims for compensation. Most people who are in a car accident… Read More »

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Using the OSHA Recommendations and Regulations to Avoid Crane and Trench Accidents

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Florida construction workers face a wide array of unique workplace accidents as a result of their profession. Two major categories of construction accidents are crane and trench accidents. Both types of accidents commonly occur on construction sites and it can be difficult to determine whether an employer should be held liable for a construction… Read More »

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Steps to Reduce Fault in Florida Motorcycle Accidents

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Imagine you are riding your motorcycle down the road in Florida when out of nowhere, a car runs a red light and hits you and sends you flying off your motorcycle. You decide to sue the driver and you think this is a pretty open and shut case. Right? Not necessarily. Pursuant to Florida… Read More »

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Specific Factors That May Affect a Slip and Fall Accident

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

When you slip and fall and injure yourself, you may try to sue the owner of the premises where you fell to try to recover for your injury. Generally, Florida law provides that a business owner has a duty to warn patrons of concealed damages and a duty to use ordinary care to maintain… Read More »

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What You Need to Know Before Filing a Medical Malpractice Suit in Florida

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Although we like to think that when we go see a doctor, they will do their best and treat us with the utmost care, there are times when doctors make mistakes that result in serious or even fatal complications. If you believe you have a valid medical malpractice claim, you should first have a… Read More »

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Take Me Out to the Ballgame: Recovery for Personal Injuries Sustained at a Florida Ballpark

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Sports games are typically all fun and good times. People go and excitedly cheer on the Marlins or the Lightning to try to push them to victory. However, as fun as sports games usually are, at times someone will slip on a spilled drink in the bleachers or get hit by a stray foul… Read More »

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Liability for Defective Products in Florida: Examining Different Types of Defects

By Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith, PLLC |

Imagine you buy your child a brand new bike for his birthday. He immediately hops right onto the bike and starts peddling down the street when it breaks and he falls to the street, breaking his arm. A few questions pop into your mind: Did the bike cause your child’s injuries? Was there something… Read More »

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