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Can I take action if my child was injured while trespassing?

Generally speaking, when a person is trespassing on a property and injures themselves as a result, they do not have the right to make a premises liability claim. This is because the owner does not have the responsibility to make a property or piece of land safe for visitors if it is not accessible by the public.

The rights of Florida tenants to a safe property

If you are a tenant in a Florida apartment, or if you own a condominium, you are not in full control of the communal spaces that exist in the building. This means that you, as a tenant or condominium owner, do not have the responsibility to maintain these spaces. It is the responsibility of the building owner.

Potential signs of brain injuries in children

Brain injuries are very complicated. The signs and symptoms differ from one incident to the next, making them a challenge to diagnose and treat uniformly. This is especially true for children, since they cannot always express their symptoms accurately -- or, in some cases when they are very young, they are unable to describe their symptoms at all.

Similar packaging often causes accidental poisonings

Accidental poisonings are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention note that nothing causes more accidental injury deaths overall, year in and year out. For anyone older than 25, nothing is a greater danger.

Brain injuries and personal injury: What you need to know

Losing the full function of your brain translates into losing the full function of your life. As such, even a partial loss of brain function - as happens in the case of a traumatic brain injury - could mean losing a portion of your former life. Serious TBI can result in the loss of intelligence, emotion, movement, sensation and consciousness.

Concert venues have duty to protect fans and performers

You just scored some concert tickets for one of the hottest shows of 2017. Maybe it's the Rolling Stones on their umpteenth tour of the United States, or the Red Hot Chili Peppers coming off the European leg of their tour. Whatever genre of music is your favorite, you're excited to have floor seats only a few rows from the stage.

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