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Kroger is the largest grocery chain in the United States and is now setting records for the first company to deliver its products via autonomous vehicles. Testing began on Thursday, August 15 in Scottsdale, Arizona. However, the partnership between Toyota and Kroger was announced in January 2018, with Nuro – founded by two ex-Google engineers … Continue reading “Kroger Goes Autonomous”
Mondelez International, the parent company for Ritz, has issued a voluntary recall for some of its Ritz Crackersproducts due to a potential risk of salmonella. The company is recalling 16 varieties of Ritz Cracker Sandwiches and Ritz Bits products in the United States. The products contain whey powder, which its supplier has recalled due to the … Continue reading “Ritz Crackers Product Recall”
Uninsured motorist coverage provides compensation to an insured for bodily injury or wrongful death damages inflicted by the negligence of an uninsured motorist. Brown v. Progressive Mutual Insurance Co., 249 So.2d 429 (Fla. 1971). Underinsured motorist coverage provides the same protection when there is a deficiency in the tort-feasor’s liability coverage. Dewberry v. Auto-Owners Insurance … Continue reading “What is Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Insurance And Why You Should Have it?”
This week the Sun Sentinel reported that Port Everglades had more than fifty thousand (50,000) passengers pass through the port Sunday to embark on one of at least eight cruise ships for their dream vacation. While some of these passengers reside locally, a vast majority of them likely came to Florida to embark on their … Continue reading “What You Need To Know Before Embarking On Your Next Cruise Vacation”
People want it all when they go on vacation: sun, fun, relaxation, and a chance to see new destinations. A cruise offers you just that, and while on board the cruise ship, your every need is seen to as the crew cleans for you, helps you pack and unpack, and sees to your every wish. … Continue reading “What You Should Do If You Are Injured on a Cruise”
In order to protect yourself and your rights to compensation, the following are the steps you should take after a car accident: write down as much as you can about the accident (your injuries and the financial losses you’ve suffered, such as hospital bills, lost wages, etc.); document any and all conversations you have regarding … Continue reading “I’ve Sustained Car Accident Injuries. What Should I do First?”
Seeking the services of defective products lawyers can be an overwhelming process. You want to make sure that you’re both comfortable with working with that Fort Lauderdale attorney and that you have confidence in his or her ability to assist you with pursuing a settlement for your product defect injury claim. Some questions to ask … Continue reading “Thinking of Filing a Defective Product Lawsuit?”
You will need adequate evidence in order to pursue a defective product claim, but the most important piece of evidence you will need is the product itself. A defective products lawyer may be able to help with the assembling of necessary evidence. When you’ve been injured by a product, don’t throw it away. A Florida … Continue reading “What Kinds of Evidence are Needed in a Florida Defective Product Claim?”
There are a lot of factors to consider when hiring a lawyer, and it might seem hard to narrow down the list of prospective Boca Raton lawyers. For South Florida employees who have sustained injuries in the workplace, it is important to bring a list of relevant questions with you when you go for your … Continue reading "Questions About a Workplace Injury Claim?"
In Florida, work injury claims for Florida workers' comp must be reported no longer than 30 days after the accident or your claim may be denied. You should always report work accident injury claims as soon as possible to your supervisor and to the agency that regulates Florida workers' comp so that you can get … Continue reading "How long do I Have to File a Claim For a Work Injury in Florida?"