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Monthly Archives: July 2022

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FL Tattoo Infections And Proving Negligence

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Body art and body modification procedures are popular in Florida and throughout the world. While individuals pursue a tattoo to achieve a certain appearance, getting a tattoo requires the skin to be punctured. If the process takes place in a tattoo parlor that is not hygienic, infections can follow. Serious infections can lead to… Read More »

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Crash Recovery And Electric Scooters

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

While electric scooters are an enjoyable and affordable means of transportation, there are dangers to relying on these vehicles as your primary way to run errands and commute to work. For instance, you may be less visible to cars and if a crash were to occur. And if you are struck, you do not… Read More »

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Apartment Leases And Landlord Responsibilities

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Signing an apartment lease agreement in Palm Beach County can be exciting. It means you are securing a new place to live and by signing the contract you know exactly how much you will be paying and how long you can anticipate that line of your household budget staying the same. But there is… Read More »

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What Is The Difference Between A Slip Injury And A Trip Injury?

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

After an injury, you may need to seek financial recovery in order to settle medical expenses. If so, how the injury was sustained and determining if another’s negligence played a role will be part of the process. If you slip, often it results in a backward fall. But a trip is typically a forward… Read More »

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Rubbernecking, Curious Drivers, And FL Car Accidents

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Being curious is part of being human, and it is common for people who want to see what happens if there is an accident or other disruption on a Florida roadway. In fact, a driver may turn their head to look because they want to be sure everyone is ok, they may want to… Read More »

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Peak Travel Hours Heighten Accident Dangers

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

Anyone who is used to commuting to work and keeps typical work hours is familiar with rush hour traffic. These peak travel hours, which are usually from 7-10 am to 4-7 pm, can be dangerous. For instance, on the way to work a driver may speed to get to an important morning meeting while… Read More »

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Pressure Sores And Care Center Neglect

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

When a vulnerable individual is in a hospital or care center, there are basic steps that need to be taken to be sure that further injury or illness does not result. One of the possible issues that can happen when a person is confined to a bed or chair for an extended period of… Read More »

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Your Medical Record Can Support Your Claim

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

There are a variety of reasons why individuals want to keep their medical records as private as possible. But if you are moving forward with a personal injury claim or case, allowing the other party or the insurance company to see the part of your medical history connected to your accident injury will likely… Read More »

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Florida Motorcycle Collision Risks

By Craig D. Earnhart, P.A. |

As motorcycle enthusiasts will tell you, there are plenty of beautiful rides in South Florida. With access to an open view of blue water and beaches, many Florida residents and visitors take to their motorcycles to enjoy the weather and views. But while motorcycles are the preferred mode of transportation for many, there are… Read More »

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