In Florida, victims of medical malpractice can now get the compensation they need and deserve. The state has recently played host to a debate over whether damages arising from medical malpractice should be limited.
On August 15th, the Orlando Sentinel reported that an undisclosed number of people who had used their credit cards at hotels such as the Sheraton, Westin, Hyatt, Marriott, and others may have had their personal information stolen as a result of the payment systems for these hotels being hacked into.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has now opened a formal investigation into airbags made by ARC Automotive after one of its bags caused a driver’s death last month, potentially adding millions of cars to the already-existing Takata airbag recall.
Recent reportings of exploding sunroofs and cracking windshields—particularly when it is extremely warm outside—have placed many consumers in a panic. According to the experts, while stress cracks can occur, they are often due to a poorly constructed windshield, or negligent auto repairs and/or installation.
On July 10th, the New York Times featured a story indicating that the second federal agency has launched an investigation concerning the fatal Florida crash that involved a Tesla vehicle operating in autopilot mode.
Another terrible tragedy emerges in Florida: On July 25th, two young men who were shot at a kids’ event being held at Club Blue in Fort Myers were pronounced dead; one of them was only 14 years old and the other 18.