Let The Fourth Be With You

The 4th of July – the day America became free and independent, is a joyous day celebrated by the entire country. It is a time when families get together and have BBQs, parties, and fireworks. Although these celebrations are fun and exciting, they are a breeding ground for injuries and mishaps. Considering 4th of July Read More »

6 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Lawyer For Your Burn Injury Case

A severe burn can be one of the most agonizing and painful injuries anyone can suffer. These injuries often leave victims in a state of psychological trauma and physical impairment for the rest of their lives. Burn injuries are usually caused by structural fires, occupational hazards, defective products, unsafe conditions, improperly stored chemicals, and acts Read More »

Auto Recalls Hits All-Time Record High

As reported in USA Today, auto recalls hit an all-time high with a record number of 51.6 million vehicles in 2015. Most of these cars are still on the road today. At a glance, many accidents seem to be caused by human error, but upon closer examination, the facts may reveal that a wreck was Read More »

How Insurance Policy Limits Affect Your Personal Injury Case

If you have sustained injuries because of an accident where someone else is at fault, you better hope that person carries a policy with Bodily Injury coverage. If not, the only other recourse you may have would be to look at your own policy and find Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM) coverage, but it does cost extra. Read More »

School Bus Safety and Driving Tips

School buses carry precious cargo: our children. Therefore, drivers must always remain alert and drive carefully when around school buses. Like other states, Florida has special laws (Statute 316.172) that protect the students on board. This includes stopping the car until the bus stop sign closes. Some good tips to remember: Two-Lanes: On a two-lane Read More »

The Legal Implications of a Wrong-Way Driving Accident

I see it all the time, as I am looking out the window of my Lake Worth office. A car zooms by going the wrong way, and then I hear a bunch of loud horns from another vehicle that is trying to get out of their way. Wrong way driving can pose a serious threat Read More »

Staying Safe during Rush Hour Traffic

Rush hour traffic is probably one of the worst times to be on the road. Roads are crowded and everybody is in a hurry to get to their desired destinations. This in turn, results in drivers becoming distracted, impatient, aggressive, and dangerous. According to a 2015 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety report between 6pm-9pm the Read More »

Will Your Florida Personal Injury Case Go To Trial?

Many times, people who are injured in an accident in Florida are hesitant about pursuing personal injury claims against responsible parties. Some of the reasons for this are due to over-exaggerated trial scenes portrayed on movies and crime shows. Rest assured, in life, most trials are unlikely to be nearly as dramatic as the scenes Read More »

5 Tips For Selecting A Lawyer for Your Florida Multi-Car Accident

Florida multi-car collisions typically occur on high-speed and high-capacity routes and freeways such as: Interstate 95 (I-95), Florida Turnpike, Interstate 75 (I-75), Interstate 4 (I-4), Alligator Alley, and US Highway 27. These accidents can also be the deadliest. When an accident involves several vehicles, establishing fault can be tricky. Not to mention, there are often Read More »

The Consequences of Drunk Driving

An electronic billboard on the highway flashes out “Every other day someone dies in a drunken driving accident.” Organizations invest millions of dollars on advertising campaigns that warn people of the dangers of drinking and driving. There are even warning labels on alcohol bottles and cans! Yet, despite all of the notices and information regarding Read More »