In Florida car crash cases, it’s very important to have an aggressive personal injury attorney in your corner, because your lawyer is committed to maximum compensation. On the other hand, insurance company lawyers want to minimize the compensation victims receive, because the company makes money by maximizing revenue and minimizing expenses.   To accomplish… Read More


The attempts of many physicians to improve pain management, despite their pure intentions, has led to some serious and adverse health consequences across the length of the United States. The consequences and repercussions have increasingly come under the scanner of late. Among these repercussions, however, is the rise in prescription drug abuse among many Americans.… Read More


Two people escaped from a burning passenger car-semi truck wreck on the Florida Turnpike, but a third victim died in the flames. On a stretch of highway in Osceola County, 44-year-old Rafael Contreras, of Kissimmee, made an illegal lane change in his 2015 large truck. He literally ran over a 2018 Chevy Malibu, which lodged… Read More


Each year, thousands of Americans are involved in injury-related incidents, many from drug overdoses and other poisonings, motor vehicle crashes, and falls. To obtain compensation for their wounds, these victims usually need to prove five elements by a preponderance of the evidence (more likely than not). The negligence per se rule is the largest exception.… Read More


The number of fatal tour bus crashes has increased over 60 percent since 2009. Drowsy driving may be largely responsible for this increase. Many tour bus operators drive early in the morning or late at night, and even if they are well-rested, most people are naturally drowsy at these times of day. Compensation in tour… Read More


In many parts of the country, motorcycle crashes are not nearly as commonplace between mid-autumn and mid-spring, because it is too cold to ride and there are fewer bikers on the road. But here in the Sunshine State, it is almost always motorcycle accident season. While they are certainly unintentional, at least for the most… Read More


Precise statistics are hard to establish, but somewhere around one in four Florida motorists have no auto insurance. Furthermore, the Sunshine State has one of the lowest auto insurance minimum requirements in the country, so millions of other drivers are under-insured. As a result, there is a fairly good chance that the tortfeasor (negligent driver)… Read More


Between 1990 and 2006, golf cart accidents increased a startling 130 percent, as almost 148,000 victims were rushed to hospital emergency rooms during this period. While many of these accidents involved collisions, about a third of them involved falls. Both kinds of incidents usually involve negligence, which means that another person or entity is responsible… Read More


The personal injury claims process in Florida can be lengthy and complex, but a reputable personal injury attorney can walk you through the process and help you understand the legal challenges ahead of you. One of the most important state laws to consider when filing a personal injury lawsuit is the statute of limitations. This… Read More


Being in a car accident can be a frightening, stressful experience, especially if there are injuries. While we hope you never have this experience, learning what to do in this situation can help you stay calm and cool under the pressure. Call for Medical Attention and the Police. Immediately after a car accident, you should… Read More