What to Do When You’re Hurt By Construction Equipment on the Job

Babbitt Johnson, Construction Accident Representation, Florida Personal Injury Attorneys

Construction work is much harder than many give it credit for, with workers spending long days using complex machinery and heavy-duty equipment. Whether on the scaffolding, operating machinery, or working on something dangerously high, such as a crane, construction workers are almost always at risk for physical injuries while on the job. The most common … Read More

Stages of a Car Accident Lawsuit

Babbitt Johnson, Car Accidents

Car accidents are not uncommon. Accidents that are “fender benders” are often settled between the two parties’ insurance companies. When larger scale accidents happen – where injuries are extensive and/or death is involved – the victim may opt to sue the negligent party for non-economic damages because these are rarely covered by insurance companies. Non-economic … Read More

Construction Accident and Construction Fatality Representation

Babbitt Johnson, Construction Accident Representation, Personal Injury Law, West Palm Beach Attorneys

Construction workers can find themselves in dangerous or jeopardizing situations. According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) statistics, “One in five worker deaths last year (was) in construction.” The report stated that the “leading causes of private sector worker deaths (excluding highway collisions) in the construction industry were falls, followed by struck by object, … Read More

Florida Medical Malpractice

Babbitt Johnson, Florida Medical Malpractice, Malpractice Lawyer, Medical and Hospital Negligence, West Palm Beach Medical Malpractice Lawyers

“Malpractice lawsuits after an error were reported infrequently (by 2 percent of physicians and 6 percent of the public)”. (Source: New England Journal of Medicine) Medical errors are not infrequent, in fact, a report published by the Institute of Medicine estimated medical negligence-caused deaths are as high as 98,000 per year, twice the number of people who … Read More