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Monthly Archives: May 2021

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Police High-Speed Pursuit Results In Accident, Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

A high-speed chase involving police and a suspect resulted in a crash. Now, the family involved in that crash has filed a lawsuit against Clearwater police for causing the accident. This lawsuit brings up a lot of key legal issues including sovereign immunity, qualified immunity, and other forms of government immunity from injury lawsuits…. Read More »

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Kratom Caused Teen’s Brain Damage, Says Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

Kratom is an opioid-like drug that is legal under current laws. It is often used by those detoxing from heroin or other opioids to get them over the threshold. While this drug is not used in clinical settings, many of those who want to avoid hospital treatment use Kratom to beat addiction. But Kratom… Read More »

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How To Check Out Your Doctor’s History

By Palmer | Lopez |

Just 1% of Florida’s doctors are responsible for 32% of the state’s medical malpractice claim. How, you may wonder, are these doctors permitted to continue practicing medicine? Well, unfortunately, Florida does not discipline doctors very often. Most of the time, medical doctors are regulated by either medical boards or their patients. The burden is… Read More »

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As Liability Protections Pass For Nursing Homes, More Than 100 Lawsuits Already Filed

By Palmer | Lopez |

Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced the passage of liability protections for businesses from lawsuits involving COVID claims. Proponents of the legislation say it will help protect Florida businesses from frivolous lawsuits. Nonetheless, very few lawsuits are ever filed against an average business alleging infection. The same, however, cannot be said of nursing homes, which… Read More »

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