Blood Alcohol Content Measures Level of Impairment

Blood Alcohol Content Measures Level of Impairment

In 2022, 13,524 people died in alcohol-impaired driving traffic deaths – that’s one person every 39 minutes. Your level of impairment is measured by what is referred to as blood alcohol content, or BAC. Alcohol impairs thinking, reasoning and muscle coordination, all abilities needed to operate a vehicle safely. This FAQ covers, in general, some frequently asked questions.

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If you have been seriously injured in a car accident where the other driver was under the influence, contact the law office of Nash & Franciskato for a free, no-obligation review of your case.

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Choosing Safe Toys: The Right Toys at the Right Age

Choosing Safe Toys: The Right Toys at the Right Age

The holidays are almost upon us, and like many, you may have in hand one or more children’s wish lists. But before you start that holiday shopping buying gifts, check those lists to know whether they want age-appropriate toys. Make sure they want safe toys and follow the safe toys guidelines below.

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Super Lawyers 2022 – Nash, Franciskato & James

Super Lawyers 2022 – Nash, Franciskato & James

We are proud to announce that Dean Nash, Brian Franciskato and Randy James have all been selected as 2022 Top Rated Super Lawyers. All three are recognized as Super Lawyers in both Kansas and Missouri.

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Florida State Court Exactech Recall Lawsuits Update

Florida State Court Exactech Recall Lawsuits Update

Exactech recall lawsuits are moving forward in both Florida state courts and federal courts. The first cases were filed in the Florida state court in Gainesville, FL and the first trial for these state cases has been set for November 2023.

Questions? Call us at (877) 284-6600.

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Five Risks for Teen Drivers

Five Risks for Teen Drivers

Five of the greatest driving dangers for teen drivers to contend with are: driving impaired, not using a seat belt, distracted driving, speeding and driving with passengers in the vehicle. What do you see wrong in the picture above?

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Exactech Consolidated Hip, Knee, and Ankle Cases

Exactech Consolidated Hip, Knee, and Ankle Cases

The first trial date has been set for Exactech consolidated hip, knee, and ankle lawsuits in the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida for November 6, 2023. The Hon. Donna Keim has prioritized moving this docket along quickly. Setting the first trial date for a little more than a year from now demonstrates her commitment to this goal.

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Covidien Hernia Mesh Litigation, Franciskato Named Co-Lead Counsel

Covidien Hernia Mesh Litigation, Franciskato Named Co-Lead Counsel

Brian Franciskato, trial lawyer and partner, has been named Co-Lead Counsel of the Covidien Hernia Mesh Litigation in Minnesota.

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Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrian Accidents

Pedestrians hit by a car, whether on the road, crosswalk, or parking lot, sustain traumatic injuries, from broken bones to fractures, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and more. Who is liable in pedestrian accidents – the driver or the pedestrian?

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Franciskato Named Member of Plaintiff Steering Committee, Exactech Hip Knee and Ankle Lawsuits

Franciskato Named Member of Plaintiff Steering Committee, Exactech Hip Knee and Ankle Lawsuits

Brian Franciskato, trial lawyer and partner, has been named a member of the Plaintiff Steering Committee for the consolidated Exactech lawsuits in Florida’s Eighth Judicial Circuit for recalled hip, knee and ankle implants.

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Rollover Car Accidents – Dangerous Type of Accident

Rollover Car Accidents – Dangerous Type of Accident

Rollover car accidents are among the most dangerous types of accidents. As the vehicle rolls, you and your passengers are tossed around in the vehicle’s interior, being hit by loose objects, suffering the force of impact, and possibly being thrown out of the vehicle. All of this can result in severe, life-threatening injuries.

A rollover car accident is when one vehicle has overturned (tipped of flipped) at least 90 degrees onto its side. The force of impact can cause the vehicle to land on its roof, sometimes even upright after rolling more than once.

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