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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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Recent Florida Boat Crashes Claim Lives

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Boating accidents are unfortunately a fact of life on Florida’s waterways. Just as motorists can accidentally collide with another vehicle, boat operators run the risk of collision when they are not paying attention to where they are going. Add in alcohol or drugs and the risk of a fatal crash increases even more. Florida… Read More »

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Was Your Child Injured on the Playground?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Playground injuries are nothing new. Many of our readers have fallen or struck their heads on the playground as children, especially at school. Bruises, cuts, and scrapes are common and rarely impede a child from rushing to get back onto the swings or jungle gym. However, some playground accidents are serious, and children can… Read More »

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Vehicular Homicide: Victims’ Families Have Rights

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

NFL player James White recently lost his father in a tragic car accident in Florida. Tyrone White, who was a police captain in Miami-Dade, died when a motorist crashed into his Volkswagen Passat, flipping it over. White and his wife were trapped inside as the vehicle caught on fire. Although the wife survived, Mr…. Read More »

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Were You Injured by an “Open and Obvious” Hazard?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Florida law requires that property owners keep their premises reasonably safe for people they invite onto the property. They should also warn visitors of a hazard that is hidden so that people can protect themselves. When property owners neglect these duties, they are often liable for any accident. However, some hazards are “open and… Read More »

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