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December 2015 Archives

Who’s liable if your loved one is killed in a golf cart accident?

If you are like most in Ocala County, then the thought of a day out on the golf course conjures up images of rest and relaxation rather than the potential for death. Yet have you ever stopped to think about the dangers that you or a family member could face on the golf course, particularly from golf carts? If someone you loved were to crash or overturn a golf cart, his or her potential to sustain serious injuries or even death is still very high. In fact, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that every year, golf-cart related accidents send over 13,000 people to the emergency room.

Examining how assumption of risk applies to theme park injuries

Some of the clients in Marion County that come to see us here at the King Law Firm do so after having sustained accidents at theme parks. Given the number of attractions that the local area offers, this may not come as quite a shock to you. If you have also been injured while visiting one of the local amusement parks, you may be wondering what sort of legal recourse you may have to pursue compensation for the apparent negligence that caused your accident.

A review of motorcycle insurance requirements in Florida

Most motorcyclists in Ocala may hold firm to the thought that if they are ever injured in a motorcycle accident, their insurance policies will cover their expenses. At the same time, however, many are also grossly underinsured and do not even know it. It may be tempting to simply go with a policy that meets their states’ minimum insurance requirements. If one decides to do that in Florida, he or she could end up facing an enormous amount of medical and repair expenses should an accident ever occur.

Understanding dram shop liability

Too many of the Ocala clients that we’ve worked with here at the King Law Firm have to discover what it is like to deal with the aftermath of a drunk driving accident. When you are the victim of a drunk driver, the foremost question in your mind after why someone would choose to drive after drinking may be who could have contributed to the at-fault driver’s drunken state. While it is important not to overlook a person’s own accountability in such a situation, the question may still linger as to whether or not the person or establishment who helped get him or her drunk should also share some of the liability.

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