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When Can You Sue an Employer for a Workplace Injury?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Workers’ compensation pays lifesaving benefits to those injured in workplace accidents. However, the system has a big catch. In exchange for receiving benefits, a worker cannot sue his or her employer for the accident, even if the employer is to blame. Workers can still sue a non-employer third party, such as the manufacturer of… Read More »

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Are You Covered by Insurance as an Uber Passenger?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Ridesharing continues to increase in popularity. Companies like Uber and Lyft have revolutionized how people get around Delray Beach and surrounding areas. Although the number of users has dropped slightly (because of the pandemic), Uber still sees about 78 million users each month. If you were injured in a rideshare accident, you probably are… Read More »

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Can Children Sue when their Parents are Injured?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Children rely on their parents for food and shelter, as well as other necessary goods and services. When their parents are badly injured, the children can also suffer right along with Mom and Dad. Fortunately, there is a little known law on the books that provides children with a legal cause of action. Found… Read More »

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How to Determine Fault in a T-Bone Accident

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

T-bone accidents occur when the front of one vehicle rams the side of another. Most common at intersections, T-bone accidents also happen with some regularity in parking lots. Although Florida is a no-fault state, fault does matter when one motorist has suffered a serious injury. An injured motorist can only sue another driver who… Read More »

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