The boating season is upon us in Orlando, Florida. This means that more and more people will be out on their watercraft on the rivers, lakes, and ponds. Planning a day trip to go fishing? Want to spend a few hours water skiing? If so, you need to protect yourself as much as possible while on the water. Below, you will find the most common Orlando boating accident injuries.
Personal injury cases are based on claims of negligence of a party who had a duty to do (or not do) something to keep others safe. This can come up in a variety of places, including accidents involving cars and things like slip-and-fall incidents. All of these kinds of accidents have one thing in common: They cause injuries to someone and the victim has to deal with monetary losses.
No matter who you are, you have the potential to become drowsy when driving. If this happens, you should immediately pull to safety and then consider your options.
Two Texas teens are now back home recovering from head injuries that they suffered while visiting Disney World earlier this month.
Orlando is a beautiful city that is conducive to outdoor sports, including bicycling. For individuals who choose this physical activity, remaining safe is a top priority. They do still have to count on motorists to help keep them safe by practicing safe driving skills. Unfortunately, there are times when bicyclists are struck. This can lead to very serious injuries for them.
The Magic Kingdom has a scooter problem. People on scooters are plowing into pedestrians and those riding the scooters are also getting hurt. Just last year, there were 11 or more lawsuits filed against the "happiest place on Earth" regarding injuries allegedly arising from scooter mishaps at Disney's Florida properties.
As a pedestrian, there are several key steps you can take to protect yourself against being injured by a motor vehicle. With the right approach, you'll feel better every time you're walking, jogging or riding your bike.
When discussing the concept of “premises liability,” many lawyers use grocery store spills as an example because it is a hazard familiar to all of us. Broken jars, freshly mopped floors and vegetables that fall on the floor create the perfect conditions for slip-and-fall accidents. If grocery store employees fail to notice and or address the hazardous conditions, the store can be held liable for injuries suffered by customers.