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luke-van-zyl-543508-unsplash-copy-169x300You rely on your car for work and personal use, which is why it is disturbing to think about the frequency of car accidents in Miami. Statistics gathered by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles reveal that there were 64,151 motor vehicle crashes in Miami-Dade County in 2018, causing injuries to 31,072 victims. That is around 85 people every day who were hurt, confused, and overwhelmed in the aftermath of a collision.

Because it is hard to think logically under the circumstances, Miami car accident attorneys typically recommend that you follow this checklist when you have been injured in a crash.

Pull Over Safely

Oh, the joys of living in Florida! The warm weather, the beaches, the activities, the list goes on.  Yet, what we do not want to speak of is Florida’s high burglary rate. Burglary is unfortunately a common crime here in the great state of Florida. In the year 2014 alone, there were 143,220 reported burglaries in Florida! Earlier this week, on Memorial Day, a 40-year-old male, Greg Cruz, was arrested for burglary of a Bradenton church. Mr. Cruz is accused of stealing video and audio equipment from the church. Cruz gained access to the church by breaking through a window.    

If you or a loved is a victim of a burglary, it is imperative that you hire an experienced attorney.  The crime victim lawyers at Gerson & Schwartz PA have the experience and skill needed to best protect your interests. For more information call us toll free at 1-877-475-2905 or contact us online to set up a FREE initial consultation.

Burglary in Florida

As the weather continues to heat up, many Florida residents are heading to their local pools and beaches to cool off. Although swimming can be a great way to relax on a hot day, it is important that the risks associated with this activity are fully appreciated, and that anyone injured in a swimming accident contact a Miami personal injury attorney immediately.

The risks associated with swimming are especially high for children, especially when they are inadequately supervised or permitted to swim without appropriate safety equipment. According to statistics published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, drowning is the second leading cause of death among children aged one to nineteen, with over a thousand such children drowning every year.

As this blog has discussed on several occasions, premises liability is a legal term that references a property owner’s duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition. Owners and operators of private pools and breaches are no different, and owe certain duties to guests of their property.