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Recent Death a Reminder of the Dangers of Defective Vaping Pens

By Celeste Law Firm |

In another devastating accident because of a product gone bad, a man has been killed after his e-cigarette (sometimes called a vaping pen) malfunctioned while in his mouth. This story, like so many others similar to it, is another reminder of how dangerous the products that we use every day can be. Man Dies… Read More »

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Employers Can’t Punish You for Making a Workers’ Compensation Claim

By Celeste Law Firm |

If you are injured on the job, you may have concerns about how to get treatment, where you will get treatment, when you’ll be able to get back to work, and will you get paid lost wages. You may also worry about your employer retaliating against you for making a workers’ compensation claim in… Read More »

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Non-Economic Damages Ruled Reasonable in Tobacco Death Case

By Celeste Law Firm |

In a personal injury case, a victim can be awarded economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages are things that we can count, or which are “out of pocket,” such as medical bills or lost wages. Non-economic damages include things that don’t have a price tag on them. They include things like pain, suffering,… Read More »

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Can You Get Social Security Disability for Your Pain?

By Celeste Law Firm |

Among the worst side effect of the many conditions that can qualify you for Social Security benefits is simply the pain that may accompany you in your everyday life. In some cases, you can obtain disability benefits for your pain as it relates to how it restricts your everyday life. Meeting a Pain Listing… Read More »

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Expert Meteorologists Can Help in Homeowners’ Insurance Cases

By Celeste Law Firm |

Florida is no stranger to sudden and damaging weather conditions. Aside from the well known hurricanes are the slew of smaller, but still dangerous tornadoes, lightning and hail, all of which can cause serious damage to property. Proving Weather Conditions In the event of a dispute over insurance benefits, and how damage was caused… Read More »

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Florida Supreme Court to Decide on How PIP Benefits are Applied

By Celeste Law Firm |

If you are in a car accident, your Personal Injury Protection (PIP) benefits can be vital to you. PIP is a system designed to make sure that car accident victims get payment of medical bills or of lost wages. How PIP Works What makes PIP unique is that these insurance benefits are available to… Read More »

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Exploding Tesla Causes Safety Concerns

By Celeste Law Firm |

When a car is involved in an accident, we certainly expect that the car could catch fire. In most cases, occupants of a car are able to get away from the vehicle, because most crashes do not cause the immediate and catastrophic explosion of a car. However, this was not the case for a… Read More »

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What to Do if You Are Injured by Defective Food Products

By Celeste Law Firm |

Grocery store Aldi has been sued for injuries that occurred when a burger purchased there apparently exploded, causing injury to a consumer. The victim stated that she complied with all the packaging instructions, including those that listed the maximum cooking temperature, but the burger exploded as soon as it was put on the frying… Read More »

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What Happens if Evidence is Lost or Destroyed?

By Celeste Law Firm |

One of the biggest concerns for injury victims is how evidence that is needed to prove their case will be saved or preserved if the other side has it. Put simply: What prevents a party that’s being sued for negligence from simply “losing” or destroying evidence that can be used to prove that party’s… Read More »

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Does Drug or Alcohol Addiction Prevent You From Being Awarded Social Security Benefits?

By Celeste Law Firm |

Social Security defines drug and alcohol addiction (DAA) as “maladaptive patterns of substance use that lead to clinically significant impairment or distress.” The key to this definition is the requirement that to have DAA, a claimant must have a pattern of abuse, and not just be impaired, but “significantly impaired.” Without these, Social Security… Read More »

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