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Collateral Source Rule

By Celeste Law Firm |

When an individual sustains a personal injury due to another person’s negligence, the legal question on most victims’ minds is how they are going to afford medical care to take care of themselves in the future. When several parties are involved in an accident, things get complicated. Generally, when more parties are involved, there… Read More »

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Broken Bones

By Celeste Law Firm |

Broken bones, or fractures, are quite common during severe workplace accidents and injuries caused by negligent drivers or property owners. Unfortunately, depending on your specific type of fracture, the recovery period could be lengthy and the economic cost exceedingly great.  Simple Fracture A simple fracture or closed fracture is one that does not penetrate… Read More »

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Denied Mold Claim

By Celeste Law Firm |

Was your mold claim denied by your homeowners’ insurance provider, or did they offer a settlement that is simply far too low to repair the damage? If so, there is still hope. A large percentage of mold claims are denied the first time around by insurance companies, and you may have nothing to worry… Read More »

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Eye Injuries

By Celeste Law Firm |

Personal Injury and Unsafe Products: Car Collisions, Slip and Falls, and More Most eye injuries caused by auto collisions are due to air bags and broken glass. Some airbags have been recalled because of their tendency to cause facial burns and serious eye wounds, sometimes causing blindness. If you were injured in a crash… Read More »

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Roof Damage

By Celeste Law Firm |

What is the most important part of the house? The foundation, walls, or the roof? There is no true answer to that because without one, everything fails. However, the roof is the most likely to suffer damage in Florida. Whether your roof damage was caused by a tropical storm or subpar construction, your homeowners’… Read More »

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Firework Injuries

By Celeste Law Firm |

Fireworks are used to celebrate special occasions such as New Year’s Eve and Independence Day. However, when not used properly in a safe environment, fireworks can easily make a fun social event turn into a personal injury nightmare. Fireworks and firecrackers can cause second or third degree burns, blindness, and even loss of fingers… Read More »

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Occupational Traffic Collisions

By Celeste Law Firm |

Not all traffic collisions happen on the way to work. Some happen at work. The later was the case for a 25-year-old employee of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Office of Agricultural Law Enforcement, according to WCTV Eyewitness News. The worker was tragically killed when his vehicle veered off the road… Read More »

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Lawsuits against Trucking Companies

By Celeste Law Firm |

An Orlando resident who was involved in a traffic collision with a plumbing septic truck recently filed a lawsuit against the company. The plaintiff, the injured victim, is seeking damages for bodily injury, mental and physical pain and suffering, disfigurement, disability inconvenience, loss of enjoyment of life, aggravation of existing medical condition, mental anguish,… Read More »

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Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Pedestrian Collisions

By Celeste Law Firm |

In no other state is it more dangerous to cross the street than Florida. Recently, a woman was killed in Okaloosa County while trying to cross the road when she was struck by a car, according to NWF Daily News. It is already the third pedestrian fatality of 2017 in the county. The body… Read More »

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Violence in the Workplace

By Celeste Law Firm |

The news, including CNN, has been covering, in detail, the events of the recent Orlando office shooting massacre, in which a retired Army veteran murdered five of his fellow employees, then killed himself. How do these tragic events continue to occur? “This is a gun problem,” and “No, this is a mental health problem,”… Read More »

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