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DDRB Files Lawsuit Against Miami Heat’s Haywood Highsmith, Jr.

Good Samaritan loses leg when Miami Heat Forward Highsmith crashes car into him MIAMI, FLA – February 20, 2024 – Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP, (DDRB) a leading personal injury law firm known for taking on catastrophic accident cases caused by negligent conduct, dangerous products, and medical errors has filed… Continue reading DDRB Files Lawsuit Against Miami Heat’s Haywood Highsmith, Jr.

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Workers’ Rights in Florida: When Can You Sue Your Employer for an Injury?

In Florida, if you’re injured at work, you’re typically covered by your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance. This system is designed to compensate you for your injuries without the need for a lawsuit. However, there are certain situations where you might still have the option to sue your employer directly. This… Continue reading Workers’ Rights in Florida: When Can You Sue Your Employer for an Injury?

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Neck Injuries Complicate Compensation for Florida Car Accident Victims

Neck injuries are a prevalent and often serious consequence of car accidents, with an estimated 800,000 incidents reported in the US each year. But for many victims, the road to compensation is fraught with challenges. Why? Because neck injuries can be deceptive, with symptoms often taking time to manifest fully.… Continue reading Neck Injuries Complicate Compensation for Florida Car Accident Victims

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Legal Perspectives on Suicide: Wrongful Death Claims and Family Recourse

Suicide ranks as the second-leading cause of death among teens and young adults in our country. In Florida, our suicide rate mirrors the national average, with 3,351 lives lost in 2021. Each death leaves behind a family facing immeasurable loss. As they confront this loss, the haunting question arises: Could… Continue reading Legal Perspectives on Suicide: Wrongful Death Claims and Family Recourse

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Have You Experienced an Amputation in Florida? Here Are Your Legal Options

Amputations are life-changing ordeals, and unfortunately, they’re on the rise. The number of people living with an amputation in the U.S. is forecast to double by 2050. And in Florida, the increase is set to be even more pronounced. We saw a 12.8% increase in the amputation rate from 1997… Continue reading Have You Experienced an Amputation in Florida? Here Are Your Legal Options

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How Florida’s Statute of Limitations Hinders Gynecology Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice laws exist to allow victims to pursue just compensation for their injuries. But for some sufferers of medical malpractice, making a successful claim is more difficult than others–especially when it comes to gynecology malpractice.  The Florida statute of limitations mandates that malpractice claims be initiated within two years… Continue reading How Florida’s Statute of Limitations Hinders Gynecology Malpractice Cases

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Jurors Award $200M Verdict to Clients of These South Florida Attorneys

As Printed in Law.com/Daily Business Review A state court jury in Massachusetts returned a nine-figure verdict to the family of a smoker who died from cancer after over a half-century of smoking cigarettes. Randy Rosenblum of Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein in Miami, and co-counsel in Boston represented the plaintiffs, the personal representatives of… Continue reading Jurors Award $200M Verdict to Clients of These South Florida Attorneys

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Common Crosswalk Injuries Sustained By Pedestrians

The crosswalk laws in Miami, and throughout Florida, are very clear. Pedestrians have the right to cross an intersection when the signal is green and indicates it is safe. Motorists must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians when they are legally using a crosswalk and drivers should not pass any vehicle… Continue reading Common Crosswalk Injuries Sustained By Pedestrians

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