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Monthly Archives: August 2021

Ridesharing

Whose Insurance Applies In Rideshare Accidents?

By Rosen Injury Law |

If you are injured in an accident while traveling in an Uber, Lyft, or other rideshare service, you may question whose insurance policy applies. Should you attempt to seek coverage from the rideshare company’s insurance or from the driver’s personal car insurance? The answer will depend on the type of insurance the driver possesses… Read More »

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Exploring Potential Defenses In Products Liability Cases

By Rosen Injury Law |

If you were ever injured by a product, you may have a valid products liability claim against the manufacturer of the product, as well as against any distributor, seller, or retailer of that product. However, it is crucial to understand some of the potential defenses that a manufacturer or retailer may bring in a… Read More »

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Negligence

Negligent Security Laws For Florida Convenience Stores

By Rosen Injury Law |

Store owners can sometimes be liable for injuries that occur to people who enter their premises. This is due to the fact that store owners owe a duty to entrants to ensure that their premises are safe. This duty to keep entrants safe on the premises also extends to protecting entrants from the criminal… Read More »

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Bicycle Laws In Florida

By Rosen Injury Law |

The National Safety Council reported that there were 308,864 preventable nonfatal bicycle injuries across the country in 2019. This figure represented a 7% increase in these types of injuries from the year before. It is important for cyclists to know the laws regarding bicycle use in their state to ensure that they are protected… Read More »

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