In the past few years, hundreds of commercial zip-line parks have opened across the United States. As of September 2017, there were 400 different parks operating, with more due to be opening. While this may be a fun way to spend an afternoon or to host a birthday party, there are risks. The risks are… Read More
Every day, people get injured. It’s a fact of life. Our bodies can get injured at any time. The question that the courts ask is whose fault was it? If we get injured by something that was our fault, that’s just our bad luck or lack of foresight. But if there was someone else at fault, then they need to take responsibility for it.
That’s what personal injury law is all about. When someone breaks you, you fight to get money from them so you can be made whole again. On this page, we’ve collected some general personal injury stories. Our other news pages have lots more for different categories of personal injury. All of our stories are sourced from local and national news sources. We link back to the original sources in case you want to learn more.
Personal injury lawyers are on your side. We want to help you get the money you deserve within the limits of the law. This could mean negotiating with an insurance adjuster on your behalf. It could mean calling on a medical expert to testify that your injuries are as bad as you say. It could simply be giving you some good advice.
Most personal injury lawyers only get paid a percentage when you win a settlement, so it’s in our best interests to get you the most that we can! If you’ve been injured in the state of Florida, seek medical attention then call a personal injury lawyer you trust. Chalik Law is ready to help you.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 established that employers needed to provide a safe and healthful workplace, free of all known dangers, for employees. This act also established the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, which oversees workplace safety and accidents. In addition to requiring a safe workplace, the act also provides access for… Read More