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Girl Sues After Being Struck By Stray Bullet At High School Football Game

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A Jacksonville family has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the City of Jacksonville after their daughter was struck by a stray bullet. The girl has undergone several major surgeries since the stray bullet struck her and has been ruled to be ineligible to work by the Social Security Administration because of her injuries…. Read More »

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Lawsuit Claims That Baby Suffered Brain Damage After Circumcision

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

The parents of a child are claiming that he was turned away from the hospital after he bled into his diapers following a circumcision. The couple claims they were turned away from an emergency room twice. The parents are now suing the hospital claiming that their son was discharged from the hospital while suffering… Read More »

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One Florida Doctor Faces 350 Malpractice Lawsuits

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

One Jacksonville doctor is the defendant in an astounding 350 medical malpractice lawsuits. Hundreds more are expected by the end of the year. As you may know, Florida has a three strikes law for doctors. That means that doctors who have three or more medical malpractice judgments against them can be barred from practicing… Read More »

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Lawsuit Filed Against Miami-Dade Over Baseball Diamond Accident

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

An appeals court has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Miami-Dade County centering on an auto accident that occurred at a baseball diamond used by children. In 2016, a drunk driver crashed through the fence and severely injured a high school principal who was watching his son’s baseball game. The injuries were so… Read More »

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Woman Dies After Fracturing Hip During Hip Rehab

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a hospital after their loved one fell out of bed while being transferred from the bed to the bathroom. According to the lawsuit, a nurse had updated the patient’s record stating that two individuals must be present to move the woman. That did not happen… Read More »

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Lawsuit Filed After Child Dies Of Sickle Cell Anemia

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Here are the facts. A child was taken away from their birth parents and placed in the care of a foster family. The child had sickle cell anemia. For whatever reason, the foster family neglected to give the child the medication he needed to treat the condition. The child died as a result of… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed After Employee Dies In Public Pool

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Sometimes, wrongful death lawsuits are filed to recover money. In other cases, however, they are filed to recover information. The latter usually happens when the circumstances around a death are strange or don’t seem to add up. That can be said of a recent lawsuit filed against Miami Beach after a counselor at one… Read More »

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$1.9M Settlement Given To Man Who Slipped On Fresh Paint

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A Florida man sued a shopping center and several contractors involved with painting the floor after he slipped and fell, leading to several injuries to his back, head, neck, shoulders, and wrist. While the award in favor of the plaintiff is not surprising, the size of the settlement is. Nearly $2 million in a… Read More »

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Federal Court Declines To Hear Appeal Of Nursing Homes In COVID Suits

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A Pennsylvania nursing home lost an appeal hoping to get several COVID-19 wrongful death lawsuits dismissed in federal court. A Pennsylvania federal court also declined to dismiss the lawsuits meaning that they will be allowed to move forward. The nursing home had previously argued that The PREP Act affords them immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits…. Read More »

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Myrtle Beach Lifeguard Company Wants Sovereign Immunity Applied To Judgment

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A lifeguard company that was contracted by Myrtle Beach to provide lifeguarding services in exchange for being allowed to rent beach equipment was sued for failing to render aid to a woman who drowned. The family said that there were no lifeguards present when the woman was in trouble. They sued the company and… Read More »

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