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Negligence, as defined by Webster’s Dictionary, is a “failure to exercise the care that a reasonably prudent person would exercise in like circumstances.” This seems to be a relatively straightforward definition, but in the world of medical malpractice, and according to the Court of Appeals of Indiana, negligence exists in a different realm for doctors…
We have all been there. Whether it was a simple parking lot fender bender, getting rear-ended at a stoplight, or a 5-car pile-up on the highway, most people on the road have experienced some kind of car crash in their lives. The car insurance industry estimates that the average driver will file a claim for…
This year the Law Office of William W. Hurst, LLC is proud to sponsor the Team from Satellite High School in Satellite Beach, FL. A group of fifteen (15) High School Students from Satellite High School will be attending the Florida State Spanish Conference (FSSC) from March 14-16, 2019 at Orlando Wyndham Resort of International…