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In Miami, the accident lawyers at the Perazzo Law Firm understand that long distance buses sometimes break down on the road and other times are involved in accidents that lead to injuries and losses to passengers and other motorists. Most often, long distance bus accidents that occur on the highway are the result of either poor maintenance of the vehicles or human error or negligence.

When a driver or bus company employee acts negligently, which can be by failing to maintain equipment in proper manner, speeding, tailgating, or another form of negligence, accidents may happen that result in injury or death to passengers or other motorists.

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Baby suffers burns at South Florida daycare center

A South Florida mother rushed to the daycare center where her 11-month-old baby suffered second-degree burns after a hot water bottle accidently fell on him. It was 9 a.m. when she dropped off her baby and it wasn’t long when she got a call from the daycare informing her about what had happened. Apparently, hot water splashed on the baby’s leg, leaving tiny lumps and redness. The daycare staff treated the child with burn ointment and cold water. Nevertheless, the baby’s mother considered it best to seek professional medical care, and thus, took the child to a burn center, where he was treated for second-degree burns on his stomach, chest, neck, and face.


Tampa Bay: A Tallahassee apartment complex was the site of a murder last November, and now the owners and operators are being sued by the victim’s mother. Though murder and negligence encompass two different areas of law, this particular case involves premises liability, which is handled by a personal injury attorney. On February 2, the victim’s mother filed suit against the property owners/operators for the alleged lack of safety measures which may have prevented the murder of her son on said premises. Apparently, the apartment complex is located amid areas known for crime and the property owners and operators failed to provide proper surveillance and security to protect against criminal activity such as burglary, theft, and murder. The premises liability claim, if successful, will award the victim’s mother and his surviving two-year son $60,000 and will serve to help tenants who have fallen victim to crime due to the negligence of building owners and operators.

Premises Liability and Crime in Apartment Buildings

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