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Florida’s Eggshell Plaintiff Doctrine Protects Victims

By Stephen M. Barbas |

We seem to have a belief that certain accidents cause certain kinds of injuries. But the reality is that everyone reacts differently to similar accidents. Someone who is able bodied and strong may do better after a slip and fall than someone who is frail, with brittle bones. Some of us are just more… Read More »

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Court Refuses to Hold FPL Liable for Nursing Home Deaths

By Stephen M. Barbas |

When hurricane Irma struck south Florida, many residents lost power. But the loss of power wasn’t just an inconvenience for some Florida residents—it was a matter of life and death. Those in many nursing homes, including one particular nursing home, were stuck inside the home, in sweltering, oppressive Florida summer heat. Tragedy in a… Read More »

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Lacerations Can be Serious Workplace Injuries

By Stephen M. Barbas |

When we think of injuries in the workplace, we often think about injuries to bones, or limbs. If someone mentioned a laceration, you may automatically equate laceration with a minor injury, that could not be expected to keep you out of work for very long. But a laceration is not “just a cut,” and… Read More »

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Statistics Prove It: Boating Can Be Dangerous

By Stephen M. Barbas |

Driving a car is dangerous, and there is a high likelihood of injury. But riding a boat is fun, recreational, and generally harmless. At least, that’s what people tend to think. Because of the fun associated with boating, it’s easy to forget they’re still vehicles, able to do a good amount of damage if… Read More »

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