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Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Do You Have a Broken Bone?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

A broken bone is not always obvious. Some people imagine that every broken bone begins to extrude from the body. Although this is true of compound fractures, most breaks are not visible. Instead, you will need to rely on other symptoms to figure out if you should go to the doctor. Have You Suffered… Read More »

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RoadRage

How to Defuse a Road Rage Incident

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Many road rage incidents happen innocently. You might have pulled onto the freeway, sure that no traffic was approaching, only to have a car suddenly come right up on your fender. No problem, right? You made a simple mistake, or maybe the other vehicle was speeding. In normal circumstances, maybe the driver you accidentally… Read More »

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Tenant Alleges Property Owner’s Negligence Led to Injuries

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

According to the Florida Record, a tenant in Orlando is suing his property owner because of injuries sustained in a fall in a bathroom. On July 25, one man filed a lawsuit in an Orange County court against another alleging that the defendant did not keep the property in a reasonable safe condition. As… Read More »

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Defective Fitness Equipment

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

It’s hard enough to get in shape these days. Few people have room in their busy schedule to free up a half hour to spend on a treadmill or stationary bike. Now you can add another obstacle to the mix—defective fitness equipment. A recent recall of an elliptical machine reminds consumers that they can… Read More »

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Premises

What Duties Do Landowners Owe Children?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Florida landowners generally don’t owe a duty of care to people who trespass on their property. The law makes an exception, however, for children. This exception is called the “attractive nuisance” doctrine, and it holds landowners responsible when children trespass onto the property because of an attractive object. If your child has been injured… Read More »

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Huffing is Latest DUI Danger

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Members of the public know that drinking and driving do not mix. Nor does taking drugs such as marijuana or cocaine. But what about huffing Dust-Off house cleaner? A recent DUI crash in Delray Beach has brought out into the open the latest danger to safe driving: inhaling ordinary household chemicals, such as the… Read More »

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FloodedStreet

The Dangers of Hydroplaning

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

It is no secret that snow storms make driving dangerous. As Floridians, however, we see very little snow, so some drivers gain a false sense of security that they will never lose control of their vehicle in inclement weather. Nevertheless, rainstorms can cause accidents just as easily. In particular, cars can hydroplane, leading to… Read More »

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Chemical Exposure in the Workplace

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Many workplaces use a surprising number of chemicals—some of which you are probably not even aware of. Although many chemicals are safe, others are dangerous even when exposed to micro amounts. As a result, too many workers become sick, develop cancer, and sometimes even die. Chemicals are Everywhere According to the Centers for Disease… Read More »

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