How Third Parties are Using Your Private Info in Florida Court Cases

By |2021-01-04T09:14:20-08:00January 11th, 2021|General|

Defense lawyers use your information in surprising ways during Florida court cases.  What happens when you sue someone? There are the parts everyone knows. You file your suit, the case is approved, and the defendant receives a subpoena shortly afterward, asking them to appear in court.  Bing, bang, boom, you're in the money, right? If [...]

Common Types of Medical Malpractice

By |2020-09-10T11:19:35-07:00September 23rd, 2020|General|

Were you received injured or disabled when under a medical professional's care? Did their negligence cause you harm? You're not alone. In fact, around 250,000 Americans die every year from medical errors. Some studies state that medical errors account for over 440,000 deaths globally. Many healthcare professionals don't report their mistakes. These mistakes are the third-leading [...]

Some Common Defenses in a Florida Dog Bite Case

By |2019-12-13T06:44:13-08:00December 13th, 2019|General|

Animal attacks often cause extremely serious injuries, especially if the victim is a young child. Yet many people own dogs, and these people are generally opposed to stern dog bite laws. So, Florida has a limited strict liability law. Owners are strictly liable for bite injuries, but not for other injuries, such as knockdowns. In [...]

Supreme Court Upholds $4.5 Million Jury Premises Liability Verdict Against Florida Landlord

By |2016-07-19T11:28:42-07:00April 29th, 2015|General, Personal Injury, Premises Liability|

Under Florida law, landlords have a duty to protect others on the property from acts or omissions that are foreseeable and proximately cause another person’s injuries. When a landlord breaches this duty, the injured party may have a legal claim under the theory of premises liability. Common examples include slip-and fall accidents from wet or [...]

Security Guard Files Slip-And-Fall Lawsuit Against Tiger Woods’ Company

By |2016-07-19T11:28:44-07:00April 17th, 2015|General, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Slip And Fall|

Tiger Woods is facing legal issues off of the golf course. Earlier this year, one of Woods’ former security guards filed a lawsuit against Woods’ company in connection with an injury the guard allegedly suffered at the golfer’s home. John Davis is a retired Surfside police officer who provided security services at the golfer’s home [...]

The Deadliest Driving Counties and States Throughout the United States

By |2016-07-19T11:28:35-07:00March 30th, 2015|Auto Accidents, Car Accidents, General, Personal Injury|

The Auto Insurance Center gathered data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System to identify America’s deadliest driving counties and states. The Auto Insurance Center looked at a total of 714,956 fatal accidents over a 20-year period and indexed stats against the number of people living in each county and state. [...]

Establishing Liability and Apportioning Damages in a Car Accident

By |2016-07-19T11:28:37-07:00March 25th, 2015|Auto Accidents, General, Personal Injury|

Every day throughout the United States, there are thousands of car accidents that cause devastating injuries and numerous deaths. Tragically, motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of injuries and deaths in the United States. Unfortunately, it is likely that either you or someone you know will be in a car accident. As such, it [...]

Florida Has One of the Highest Percentages of Uninsured Drivers

By |2016-07-19T11:28:39-07:00March 5th, 2015|Auto Accidents, car insurance, General, insurance coverage, Personal Injury|

Nearly every state in the United States requires car drivers to obtain car insurance. Despite laws requiring insurance, however, it should come as no surprise that many millions of drivers still do not obtain insurance. Either they are unable to pay for car insurance or they simply refuse. According to a recent report from the [...]