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Monthly Archives: July 2019

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Your Uber Could Have No Driver

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

According to the Insurance Journal, Florida’s Senate has recently passed a bill that could open the door for rideshare companies like Lyft and Uber to use driverless vehicles. The bill passed the Senate unanimously on May 1, without any debate. In April, the Florida House had also passed the bill unanimously as well. According… Read More »

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Can You Be Sued if You Lend Your Car to Someone and They Crash It?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Many people freely lend their car to people they know. Maybe their sibling needs to go to a dental appointment, or their neighbor needs a vehicle while his is in the shop. No harm, no foul, right? Actually, under Florida law, owners are opening themselves up to legal liability if the person who borrows… Read More »

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Tiger Woods Sued Under Florida’s Dram Shop Law

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Golfer Tiger Woods recently made the news for winning his first major championship in over a decade at The Masters. Now he is in the news for something far less respectable—contributing to the drunk driving death of a former employee. According to the Daily Beast, Woods and his girlfriend are being sued by the… Read More »

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What is the Most Dangerous Equipment on Construction Sites?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

It is no secret that construction jobs are dangerous. According to Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, around 10% of all construction workers are injured every year. For workers under the age of 18, construction is the second most fatal occupation. Safety training is absolutely vital for minimizing risks, but enforcement of training standards is… Read More »

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