The meals were made at Healthy Children Catering in Hialeah. Under Florida’s personal injury law for food poisoning, the company who provided the food may be legally responsible to compensate all of the injured victims for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, out of pocket expenses and any money the parent or guardian may have incurred, including lost wages. Our Florida food poisoning injury attorneys have handle many personal injury claims in Florida on behalf of those who had food poisoning.
RECALL ALERT – Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone may cause severe burns and fire damage
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall of Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones. There is a hazard where the lithium-ion battery in the Galaxy Note7 smartphones can overheat and catch fire, posing serious fire and burn hazard to consumers. Samsung is offering to replace or refund consumers who have these phones. There are approximately 1.9 million impacted phones, according to the USCPSC. If you sustained any injury or property damage and live in Florida, call a Samsung injury attorney at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin at 800-337-7755 for a free consultation.
RECALL ALERT – McDonald’s Step It Activity Wristbands Causing Burn Injury
According to the US Consumer Protection Safety Agency, McDonald’s recently issued a Recalls on its “Step-iT” Activity Wristbands Due to Risk of Skin Irritation or Burns. The formal Recall date is August 23, 2016, under Recall number 16-247. According to the Recall, the hazard is stated as follows: The recalled wristbands can cause skin irritation or burns to children. Questions? Call a Florida product injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin at 800-337-7755.
Over the past year, the product liability attorneys at the Law Offices of Jason Turchin have been investigating several Power Pressure Cooker burn injury claims from pressure cookers produced by TriStar Products. Investigation revealed several alleged defects which may cause or contribute to significant injuries. If you were burned by an exploding TriStar power pressure cooker, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Call us at 800-337-7755 today for a free consultation or submit your information online.
TriStar power pressure cooker injuries seem to be on the rise. Our product liability lawyers have handled many claims on behalf of people who sustained severe burns after the contents exploded from their Tristar Power Pressure Cooker XL.
Common complaints about the TriStar pressure cooker
Disney World may be one of the happiest places on Earth. Disney generally takes good care of their property and rides, but sometimes people get hurt while in Disney World or at one of Disney’s resorts. Over the years, we’ve handled many claims of personal injury by tourists injured in Disney World.
Personal injury claims are actually fairly common against Disney. Disney even has its own claims department to help settle claims when Disney caused or contributed to the injury. So, what can you do when you get hurt on Disney property and Disney may be responsible?
Reporting the Claim
Nearly every day in the news we hear about someone getting shot and killed in an apartment complex in Florida. Even more heartbreaking, is when the killer is never found, leaving the family seemingly without any means of pursuing justice for their loved one’s death.
Remember that there may be two separate cases: the criminal case and the civil case. Most often, families focus on the criminal investigation. It is usually a frustrating process because the police are seeking to arrest a criminal for committing a crime against the state of Florida. They are not necessarily concerned about the rights of the victim. A victim in a criminal case is often looked at as a witness as opposed to an actual party to the case. If the police have no leads, they may not aggressively pursue the case at all. That may leave the family feeling helpless as if there are no other options. But there are.
If you need a personal injury attorney to file a claim against Walmart as a result of a slip and fall in Florida, here are some things to keep in mind to help you figure out which attorney is best for your case.
Most Walmart slip and fall claims are handled by a company out of Kentucky called Claims Management, Inc. This means that no matter where in the state of Florida you had your accident in Walmart, the insurance adjusters at Claims Management may be the ones who handle settlement of your case.
Finding the best personal injury attorney in Florida can be extremely important to getting the most compensation for your interest. While many attorneys advertise that they handle personal injury cases in the state of Florida, they may have very different experience levels. Since each case is unique, there are some things you should keep in mind to find the best attorney for your case.
How many cases has the attorney handled like yours?
Although each case is unique, there are general practice areas in the field of personal injury. These include slip and fall, food poisoning, bedbug bites, trip and fall, general negligence, negligent security, prescription drug errors, defective products, airbag injuries, theme park injuries, and more.
A 2 year old child was reportedly attacked and killed by a gator near Disney’s Grand Floridian hotel beach and dragged further into the Seven Seas Lagoon water. Cops allegedly killed at least five gators in the waters while searching for the child, though none appeared to be the one who attacked the child. According to reports, Disney has a wildlife management system which is supposed to prevent this type of incident, but somehow several gators remained in the water.
It is unfathomable that gators continued to live in the waters near where Disney guests played without warning guests.
It is apparent to those of us who investigate wrongful death claims based on the information available at this time that there was a possible procedural breakdown at Disney. The fact that there were at least six gators in water where resort guests can walk in or near, or even boat, is six too many. While employees may have been diligent in the past at keeping gators from accessing guest areas, something happened which could have possibly been prevented. Perhaps they became too relaxed? Understaffed? Lacked proper training and experience?