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Monthly Archives: September 2020

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First Appellate Court Finds Amazon.com Strictly Liable for All Products It Fulfills On Its Website, Delivering Justice for Plaintiffs

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Amazon.com has once again lost on the issue of defective product liability; this time at the appellate court level, which provides national implications for plaintiffs around the country who have been injured by the products sold by third party vendors on its website, including here in Florida. In August, a California Court of Appeals… Read More »

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Top Workplace Injuries, Teleworking, & Returning to Work During the Pandemic

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

According to a new report from Liberty Mutual Insurance, the top 10 causes of workplace injuries are costing US businesses more than $1 million per week, or almost $60 billion per year, and make up almost 90 percent of the total cost of all workplace injuries. These are also the main causes that lead… Read More »

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Florida Nursing Homes May Once Again Be Open to Visitors—A Move Many Are Calling Outright Dangerous

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Florida is reportedly en route to opening up its nursing homes to visitors, and many have concerns that this is not only premature, but downright dangerous. Gov. Ron DeSantis created a task force composed of elder care industry trade group leaders, one resident, and state officials that, in late August, submitted a list of… Read More »

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Employers Increasingly Sued for Negligence Due to Employee COVID-19 Deaths

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

Around the country, as the number of COVID-19 cases increase, so to do the number of lawsuits filed against employers. Specifically, an increasing number of families have started to bring wrongful death lawsuits in particular against employers of loved ones, arguing that they were negligent by failing to keep family members safe at work,… Read More »

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COVID-19 Cases Soar in Florida Nursing Homes for Both Workers & Residents

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

According to reports, coronavirus cases in Florida’s nursing homes have soared in recent weeks, more than doubling amongst both residents and staff, in large part due to an issue that these homes have long neglected and which COVID-19 has simply exposed and exacerbated, which is infection control protocol and practices. Experts with national advocacy… Read More »

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When Inadequate Security Measures Not Only Lead to Assault, But Additional Harm Later in Life

By Mark H. Wright, PLLC |

In July, a student who was sexually assaulted in her high school filed a lawsuit against the board of education, high school, and school district, alleging that negligence displayed by all three–in particular, inadequate security measures–led to her assault by another student in a stairwell while she was walking to class. Specifically, her allegations… Read More »

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