Recent Blog Posts
Elements of Negligent Security
Florida property owners have a duty to keep visitors safe. This duty includes providing sufficient basic security. If you have been injured on someone else’s property because of inadequate or negligent security, you may be able to recover for your injuries. Elements of negligent security A negligent security claim is a form of basic… Read More »
Spinal Trauma After An Accident
Spinal trauma, unlike most other wounds or damage to the body, may have long-lasting and life-altering outcomes. When vertebrae are separated or traumatized, one may experience various effects such as swelling, back pain, and temporary or permanent paralysis. If you are involved in an accident or intentionally injured, there is the possibility of suffering… Read More »
Why Is My Lawyer Not Taking My Case?
As a smart shopper, you want to spend your time reviewing all of your options before making your final decision. When it comes to hiring a lawyer to represent your case, many people also interview multiple attorneys. Any smart lawyer will go ahead and consider some key factors on whether or not they should… Read More »
Everything You Need to Know About Loss of Consortium
When a death occurs as a result of wrongdoing or negligence of another person, family members are eligible for a loss of consortium claim. Each jurisdiction has different specifics, but a majority of claims are made by the spouse or partnered of the injured or deceased person. From there, the damages are awarded to… Read More »
3 Tips to Prepare for a Car Accident Claim
Car accidents bring along more than just wrecked cars and stirred emotions. In the heat of the moment, it’s impossible to know if you or the other party will file a lawsuit (or even have a valid case). Take comfort in the fact that you don’t need to try and deal with this now,… Read More »
Hoverboard Injuries – Do You Have a Case?
Even though the holiday season is a few months behind us, the buzz surrounding hoverboards is still very much alive. They’ve captured the attention of young kids, teens, and young at heart adults for their techy aspects and thrills. Many question the name as these “hoverboards” don’t hover and aren’t actually boards. Unfortunately, it… Read More »
Can a Victim of Rape Sue for Money Damages?
As portrayed throughout numerous cases on record and most recently in the Bill Cosby allegations, charges aren’t always brought up immediately on accused rapists. It can take years at times or otherwise never amount to anything at all. Unfortunately, the victim always pays more than they bargained for or deserve both mentally and within… Read More »
Liability in a Bar Fight
A night out on the town is a chance to have a few beers and laugh in the company of good friends. Thankfully, on most nights out, everyone is responsible and knows their limits and makes it home safely. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. Drunk driving aside, problems could arise before you, and… Read More »
Do I Have a Case If I’m Injured in a Store Parking Lot?
Whether you’re out running errands or out on the town for entertainment, an injury in a store parking lot is never planned for or ideal. Should you suffer an injury as a result of a fall in the parking lot of a retail property, there’s a chance that you may have a valid personal… Read More »
Drowning Deaths from Motor Vehicle Accidents Increasing in Florida
It goes without saying that car accidents are no joke and that almost all types of auto accidents can result in death with the right conditions. Accidents that occur on bridges or near a body of water put victims at a higher risk because the car can easily be rolled over guardrails or toss… Read More »