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Factors That Determine Whether You Can Sue Over Your Public Pool Injury

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If you are injured in a public swimming pool, and you have now received medical treatment, you might wonder how you will pay for your medical bills. You might be able to sue the owner of the public pool, but only after taking into consideration certain facts. The Safety Measures Put In Place Public pools are required to install certain safety measures that are mandated by federal and state law. Barriers and latches are necessary to prevent unauthorized persons from entering the pool, especially when there is not a lifeguard currently working.…

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Things You Should Know Before Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit In Florida

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Filing a personal lawsuit can be tricky, and the situation is often made even more confusing by the vast differences in how cases are handled from state to state. If you are planning on filing in Florida, then here are some key statutes that you should be aware of when planning your lawsuit: Statute of Limitations: 4 Years When filing in Florida, you need to make sure that your claim is in before 4 years have passed since the date of the injury.…

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Before Renting An Event Space, Always Seek Personal Injury Legal Help

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Planning a social event can be a quite a responsibility. The job comes with some degree of stress. There are the legal obligations to consider. In particular, you might be held responsible for accidents that occur at a rented space. Following is a guide to help event planners better prepare for possible accidents at rented venues. Renting a Venue Without a Signed Contract It is never wise to rent use of a facility without a signed contract.…

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