Firm Blog How to Protect Your Legal Rights After a Boat Accident
June 4, 2019
Florida Boating Accidents If you or a loved one is the victim of a boating accident, you know the scare this can cause. On top of injuries and damage to the boat, there is the natural fear of drowning after a boating accident occurs. This may cause long-term injuries and anguish. It can also be confusing to figure out who… read more When Is An Amusement Park Liable for Injuries?
May 31, 2019
Injuries at Florida’s Many Amusement Parks Florida is home to a number of popular amusement parks, making our state one that is frequently visited and enjoyed by tourists. When you plan your vacation, you daydream about the memories you’re going to make — and the fun you’re going to have. One thing you never expect is suffering an injury at… read more Florida Personal Injury Claims
May 24, 2019
Personal Injury Claims A personal injury covers any injury in which you suffer significant damages at the fault of another person. A personal injury claim is filed in order to make the injured party whole again. In other words, this means that the person responsible for the other person’s injuries should cover any expenses incurred. In order to file a… read more Cruise Ship Claims
May 14, 2019
Cruise Ship Injuries When you book a cruise, you immediately begin dreaming of warm weather and the beautiful ocean. You imagine all the relaxation and fun that you will enjoy on your cruise. You never expect for your cruise getaway to turn into an injury. The location of the cruise and the specific details around what happened can make your… read more Factors that Affect the Timing of Personal Injury Claims
May 10, 2019
Personal Injury Lawsuit in Florida You were injured at the fault of someone else. Now, you are facing a loss of wages and expensive medical bills. One of the first questions you may have is “who is responsible for those costs?” If you are eligible for a personal injury claim, your next question will likely be “how long will it… read more Testosterone Drug Injury Lawsuits
April 28, 2019
Testosterone is a hormone made by the human body that is vital to your health and well-being. But sometimes your body doesn’t make enough of it, and you may seek medical help to get your levels right with artificial testosterone. If not prescribed properly or given in the wrong doses, you can suffer severe injuries that will affect your quality… read more How Florida is Dealing with Distracted Driving
April 19, 2019
Distracted driving is a growing concern throughout the United States. However, according to a recent study, distracted driving is of great concern in Florida. According to the study, which ranked all 50 states in order of priority for having the most distracted drivers, Florida was ranked as the second worst state for distracted driving. Beating only Louisiana, the statistics of… read more What is a Product Defect?
April 12, 2019
Sometimes, people are injured by the products they use. This is because either the people using the products did so improperly and injury resulted or the product used was defective and the defect caused the injury. If the latter scenario caused the injuries, the injured people may be able to successfully sue for their injuries. The type of lawsuit they… read more How Driver Impairment Can Cause Truck Accidents in Florida
April 5, 2019
Impairment when it comes to operating a vehicle can take different forms. A driver can be distracted by an electronic device, become drowsy and take their eyes off the road, or their cognitive functions negatively affected by drugs or alcohol. This can sometimes lead to severe accidents, causing massive property damage, personal injury or even wrongful death. The aftermath can… read more Can a Child Pursue a Personal Injury Lawsuit?
March 28, 2019
Injuries, often caused by someone’s negligence, are the leading cause of death for youngsters in America. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that around 12,000 children die each year from unintentional injuries and accidents. When a child is injured by someone else’s negligence, the law applies to them a bit differently. Obviously, a child can’t represent themselves in a… read more