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Do DoorDash Drivers Have Professional Liability Policies?

By Palmer | Lopez |

If you’ve ever driven for Uber, then you know that Uber has its own insurance policy that kicks in when a driver is enroute to either pick up a customer or drop one off. Otherwise, their own personal auto policy is triggered. It does not work that way for Uber Eats or DoorDash. DoorDash… Read More »

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Sheriff’s Office Settles Lawsuit After Child Struck By Officer

By Palmer | Lopez |

A Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputy was suspended for five days after his unmarked vehicle struck a child, killing him. According to the accident report, the cruiser was speeding at the time of the incident, swerved to avoid another pedestrian, and struck the child. The family sued the HCSO and secured a settlement. However, prosecutors… Read More »

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Little League Sued Over Bunk Bed Injury

By Palmer | Lopez |

The 2022 Little League World Series ended in devastation for one twelve-year-old player after he fell out of a bunk bed and suffered a serious injury, including a skull fracture and a brain bleed. As a result of the fall, the boy has required three operations and suffered a staph infection. He has also… Read More »

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FSU Supports Plaintiff In Underage Drink Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

Two bars located in Tallahassee’s college district are being sued for overserving two minors, one of whom struck the other in his vehicle, killing her. The minor driving the vehicle was 20 at the time of the accident while the victim was 18 and also drunk. According to the accident report, the 20-year-old hit… Read More »

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Boy Loses Multiple Fingers In Disney World Accident

By Palmer | Lopez |

The details of this incident are unclear, but suffice it to say, a metal sign resulted in a severe hand injury that required the boy to have two of his fingers amputated. The parents have since filed a lawsuit against Disney alleging that the sign was unreasonably dangerous and posed a foreseeable danger to… Read More »

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Ford Ordered To Pay $7 Million To Family Of Mustang Driver

By Palmer | Lopez |

Ford was ordered to pay $7 million after a lawsuit involving a Mustang went to trial. The plaintiffs alleged that their 19-year-old daughter was unable to escape the Mustang after it caught fire. She was trapped within the vehicle suffering severe burn injuries from which she died. The accident occurred when a pickup truck… Read More »

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Bars Sued After 20-Year-Old Strikes 18-Year-Old In Drunk Driving Accident

By Palmer | Lopez |

Two Tallahassee bars are being sued after a drunk 20-year-old hit a drunk 18-year-old with his pickup truck while driving home from a bar near Florida State University. The 18-year-old woman was walking home from another bar at the time of the accident. She is under the care of a relative now after suffering… Read More »

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Woman Struck By Utility Truck While Driving Files Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

A Sarasota school teacher was out for a jog when she was struck from behind by a utility truck. She was dragged 60 feet and the truck eventually came to rest with one of its wheels on top of her. She suffered catastrophic injuries as a result of the accident and had to be… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against California Inmate For Police Murder

By Palmer | Lopez |

A California inmate was served notice of a wrongful death lawsuit as he awaits charges of first-degree murder and 19 related charges that will put him behind bars for the rest of his life. These charges arise from the murder of a police officer which he is alleged to have committed. In response to… Read More »

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Assisted Living Center Tries COVID Immunity Defense After Patient Is Beaten To Death

By Palmer | Lopez |

An assisted living center faced a wrongful death lawsuit after one patient beat another patient to death on their watch. In most states, COVID immunity rules prevented lawsuits from being filed against health care clinics, nursing homes, and hospitals that could prove COVID hardship. The malpractice need not necessarily be related to COVID in… Read More »

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