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Florida Case Law

1 Mar 2019

What are my rights in a slip and fall accident?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law, Personal Injuries in the News

In Florida, if you’ve been hurt in a slip and fall accident, you have certain rights or the ability to collect important information. So oftentimes, if someone slips and falls in a private store like a grocery store or a shopping center, there will surveillance video that the store has in place to catch people …

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9 Jul 2018

What is a herniated disc?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

What is a herniated disc? What is a herniated disc? A herniated disc is a serious spine injury. In the human spine, we have vertebral bodies which are these bony bodies with a disc in between that acts as a shock absorber. These discs allow the body to flex and extend and serve a vital …

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25 Jun 2018

What is facial paralysis?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

What is facial paralysis? What is facial paralysis? Facial paralysis is nerve damage in the face that prevents the most basic means of communication. When someone has facial paralysis, they are no longer able to smile. This often happens, and we see in our practice, when there is what is known as a temporal fracture …

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11 Jun 2018

How does sleep paralysis happen?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

How does sleep paralysis happen? How does sleep paralysis happen? Sleep paralysis occurs when someone is aware, and at the moment of time whether either waking up from sleep or going to sleep, and they lose control of their arms and legs. This often happens because the person has not completed what’s known as REM …

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28 May 2018

What are the signs of paralysis?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

What are the signs of paralysis? What are the signs of paralysis? The signs of paralysis depend upon the severity and location of the injury. If there is a severe spinal cord injury, there will be an immediate onset of loss of function below the level of the spine that is harmed. It can also …

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14 May 2018

What causes paralysis?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

What causes paralysis? What causes paralysis? Common causes of paralysis are injuries to the brain and to the spinal cord itself. Sometimes, the brain is injured in a location that is responsible for sending signals to the muscles allowing movement. When that part of the brain is harmed, the body cannot respond or receive those …

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30 Apr 2018

How do I deal with a brain injured spouse?

by James Holliday, posted in Brain Injury, Florida Case Law

How can I help my brain injured spouse? How do I deal with a brain injured spouse? When someone suffers a brain injury, the whole family is harmed. Oftentimes, the brain injured person becomes a shell of his or her former self. Sometimes, the healthy spouse is isolated and becomes a married widow. It’s a …

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16 Apr 2018

What is a traumatic brain injury?

by James Holliday, posted in Brain Injury, Florida Case Law

What is a traumatic brain injury? What is a traumatic brain injury? Traumatic brain injury occurs when the brain is actually launched into the skull. The brain is a gelatinous material. You can think of it as jello sitting inside a pool of cerebral spinal fluid. When there’s blunt force trauma to the skull, it …

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2 Apr 2018

What is anoxic brain injury?

by James Holliday, posted in Brain Injury, Florida Case Law

What is anoxic brain injury? What is anoxic brain injury? Anoxic brain injury is an injury to the brain caused by loss of oxygen. The brain needs oxygen to survive. If the brain goes without oxygen for five minutes, brain cells begin to die, coma will set in, seizures can occur. Doctors diagnosing an anoxic …

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19 Mar 2018

What is a spinal cord injury?

by James Holliday, posted in Florida Case Law

What is a spinal cord injury? What is a spinal cord injury? The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves that runs from the brain all the way through the spinal canal. Spinal cord injury occurs when those nerves are cut or bruised resulting in either complete paralysis or incomplete paralysis, meaning that at the …

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