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Florida Child Injury Lawyer Blog

Published by Jacksonville, Florida Personal Injury & Medical Malpractice Attorney — David A. Wolf

Last Build Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2017 14:00:00 +0000


What are the Dangers of Window Blind Cords?  Liability for Personal Injuries and Wrongful Death

Mon, 18 Dec 2017 14:00:00 +0000

There is a common danger in homes, day care centers, schools, and other facilities.  The common danger is in the form of window blinds.  There are injury risks associated with window blind cords including those related to bruises, cuts, scrapes, and most significantly strangulation.  While it is well known and widely reported that window blind cords represent […]

What if a Child Dies on Property Maintained by a City, County, or State Government Entity? Autopsy Confirms Cause of Death of 3 Year Old In Jacksonville Florida

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 18:00:19 +0000

In the State of Florida, many people are under the mistaken belief that a government entity is immune from civil liability when there is a personal injury or wrongful death that takes place on property maintained, controlled, and / or owned by a government entity.   If a government entity or an agent / employee of a government entity […]

Is a City, School, Day Care Center Summer Camp, or Park Liable for Personal Injuries / Deaths Related to Use or Play on Swing Sets?

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 04:30:35 +0000

Swing sets are commonly placed, seen, and maintained on playgrounds.  When a child is injured during the use of swings on a playground, there may be liability or responsibilities on the part off the city, school, day care center, and / or owner of the property where the swing set is located.  There should be […]

Should the City of Jacksonville Be Liable or Responsible for “Accidental” Drowning of Toddler? Septic Tank Incident Under Investigation

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 11:00:57 +0000

A death that shook a family, neighborhood, and community is still under investigation according to a recent news report. Amari Harley, age 3, died on October 22 after getting stuck in a city septic tank system at a City of Jacksonville (Duval County) park.  The death certificate listed “accidental drowning” as the cause of death.  This means, […]

What are the Rights of Pledge if He or She is Hazed or Harmed by a Florida Fraternity, Sorority, Organization, or Club?

Sun, 05 Nov 2017 15:00:30 +0000

In the State of Florida, it is a crime for a person to haze another person.  It is not a defense to the action if the hazing, abuse, or pressure is connected to admission, entry, or membership into an organization, club, fraternity, or sorority.  It should be noted that the crime of hazing is different […]

What are Some Safety Tips to Keep in Mind for Halloween?

Tue, 31 Oct 2017 22:15:16 +0000

Halloween is a holiday mostly celebrated by children and for children. There are also adult parties and adult participation; however, the core part of Halloween is the journey through the neighborhood engaged in the tradition of visiting houses and collecting candy just by virtue of the statement “Trick or Treat”.  Let’s face it, there is […]

What is the Duty of a City, Homeowner, or Business with Septic or Lift Stations for Restroom Sewage? Risk of Injury to Children – Attractive Nuisance

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 02:15:01 +0000

In the State of Florida, a property owner or landowner whether a private person, business, or government entity has a duty to maintain the premises under the property owner’s control in a reasonably safe manner. The is especially important for areas in which children are present.  It is well known that children, especially toddlers, are […]

What if a Child is Seriously Injured or Dies as a Passenger on a Cruise Ship?  Legal Rights of the Child and Parents

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 14:15:25 +0000

Cruise ship companies like Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, and other carriers market to and welcome children as guests on the ship for both short and long term trips.  As such, cruise ships should be constructed and maintained in a reasonable manner that under maritime law.  The cruise ship operator […]

What if a Child is Bitten or Attacked by a Neighbor’s Dog?  Legal Rights of the Injured Child in Florida

Tue, 15 Aug 2017 18:00:59 +0000

In Florida, a child should be able to ride a bike, spend time with friends, and play sports / games in a safe and nurturing environment.  Most neighborhoods in Florida are safe and filled with neighbors who are friendly, conscientious, and mindful of children in the area.  Unfortunately, at times, a child is injured in […]

What are the Legal Rights of a Family Following the Death of a Child at a Day Care Center, School or Summer Camp? Hot Van and School Bus Deaths

Mon, 14 Aug 2017 12:00:25 +0000

In Florida and other warm weather States, the same tragic story seems to be reported every Spring and Summer.  A child is left by a day care center in a van or bus and dies as a result of hyperthermia.  The name of the child is different but the story seems to be the same. […]