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  • Personal Injury Lawsuits Over E-Scooter Accidents & Injuries on the Rise

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 11, 2019

    Electric rental scooters are the latest transportation craze, with companies like Bird, Lime, and other e-scooter start-ups driving demand for the convenience, cost-efficiency, and fun sharable scooters offer. Although e-scooters have made their way into numerous cities across the country, concerns about their safety are growing, as are the number of accidents and injuries being suffered by riders ...
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  • Injury Claims: Why Trucking Accident and Car Accident Cases Are Different

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 8, 2019

    Motor vehicle accidents can involve all types of situations and all types of vehicles, but those involving commercial trucks often stand apart from the rest. As civil trial lawyers who represent injured victims and families in personal injury and wrongful death claims across Orlando and the state of Florida, our team at Todd Miner Law knows wrecks involving tractor-trailers and other large ...
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  • Staying Safe in 2019: New Year’s Resolutions Done Right

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 6, 2019

    Whether you’re big on making New Year’s resolutions or not, you’re probably aware they don’t always work. In fact, statistics from sources like U.S. News suggest an estimated 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by February. That’s not a pretty picture, and it speaks to the difficultly of consistent and committed effort – whether it’s a pledge to eat healthy, save money, or many other plans for ...
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  • Florida Law Permits Workers’ Comp Benefits for First Responders with PTSD: Pulse Shooting Responder is Proof

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 5, 2019

    In early January , a former Eatonville police officer who responded to the tragic mass shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando was granted disability benefits after providing testimony about how he suffers from PTSD as his experience. Prior to the Eatonville Pension Board voting in favor of granting 46-year-old Omar Delgado benefits in the first days of 2019, his future had been hanging in the ...
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  • New Report Shows Florida’s Need for Better, More Robust Highway Safety Laws

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 4, 2019

    Florida motorists are all too familiar with the risks they face when it comes to car accidents , as well as some of the less-than-stellar statistics that make Florida roads and highways more dangerous than those in other states. In previous blogs, we’ve discussed Florida’s traffic safety problems, increased roadway risks , and local drivers’ bad reputation regarding: The lowest rate of insured ...
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  • The Impact Rule: How Florida’s Law Affects Personal Injury

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Feb 1, 2019

    Most people are familiar with the general purpose of a personal injury lawsuit – they allow victims harmed by the negligence of others to seek financial compensation for their resulting damages. While every accident is different, many have the potential to cause more than just physical injuries and economic losses. They can also result in various “non-economic” damages, which include things like a ...
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  • Car Accident Claims from an Assistant State Attorney’s Perspective

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Jan 30, 2019

    Car accidents can create more than just injuries and losses for victims and their families – they also have the potential to result in challenging and contested legal claims. Although victims of preventable accidents have the right to seek justice and a financial recovery of their damages, compensation is never guaranteed, nor is there any law that defines what constitutes a “fair” recovery. While ...
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  • Dog Bite Lawsuits in Florida: Owner Liability & Victims’ Rights

    Posted By Todd Miner Law || Jan 23, 2019

    For many, pets are part of the family. However, even the most loved and domesticated animals can turn to their instinctual habits and cause unintentional injuries to others. When a dog or any other animal owned as a pet bites or attacks another, injured victims may have the right to seek compensation for their damages – including any medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering – from the ...
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