On this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at three separate cases where a defective e-cigarette causes injuries. [powerpress]
Podcasts are a popular way to deliver longer pieces of information and to get a personal view on a topic. There are millions of podcasters now on a huge number of topics, including legal topics.
Chalik Law also has a podcast of their own. We call it the Florida Injury Report. On this page, you’ll see past episodes of our podcast and we invite you to listen to them to learn more about personal injury issues in Florida.
We do not have a regular posting schedule, but when we feel there is enough to talk about a topic we will get the team together and hash out the issues. To listen to an episode, click on one of the links below and you’ll get access to the sound file. If there is a particular topic you’d like to hear us talk about, we’re all ears. Feel free to contact us through our website to give us your suggestions for the podcast. Thank you for your suggestions.
Please note that nothing in these podcasts should be taken as legal advice nor should it create an attorney-client relationship between the listener and Chalik Law. All information presented is for general information only. If you would like specific advice for your situation, please contact Chalik Law for a free consultation about your case.
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On this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at the process an appeals court goes through when ruling a slip & fall case. [powerpress]
In this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at pedestrian accidents and how and why they are caused. [powerpress]
In this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at slip and fall and other accidents that can occur at an airport. [powerpress]
In this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at the cause and effect of Erb’s palsy and Erb’s paralysis. [powerpress]
In this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at safety during a Florida summer. [powerpress]
In this episode of Florida Injury Report, we look at multitasking while driving and see how this causes dangerous roads. [powerpress]
Doctors and hospitals are using past lawsuits to avoid repeating mistakes that could put patients at risk and give rise to future claims. [powerpress]
In this month’s podcast, we look at the rising number of motorcycle accidents in Florida. [powerpress]
As the product reportedly catches on fire, a number of retailers are pulling the products from their sites, and the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission is conducting an investigation. [powerpress]
In this month’s podcast, the Florida Supreme Court Weighs in on a University of Miami birth injury case. [powerpress]
In this month’s Florida Injury Report, we talk about a Florida couple filing a personal injury lawsuit against pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline. [powerpress]
In this month’s injury report, we look at the top 10 places you are most likely to get a slip and fall injury. [powerpress]
This month’s Florida Injury Report talks about how drunk drivers are causing one-third of fatal car accidents in the Nation. Two years ago, Florida experienced 676 fatalities caused by drivers with excessive blood alcohol limits. [powerpress]
Summer is a time to go outdoors. But it also involves dangers that can sometimes be avoided. In this month’s Florida Injury Report, we talk about ways to avoid slip and fall injuries during the summer. [powerpress]
In Florida, the Comparative negligence rule is applicable to all cases involving a claim of injury caused by another person’s negligence or fault. The law provides that the plaintiff may recover damages from the defendant only if the plaintiff proves that he was not negligent and that his injuries were proximately caused solely by the…
This Florida hospital’s mortality rate for child surgeries was a secret until CNN used the Freedom of Information Act to uncover shocking details. [powerpress]