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Florida Car Insurance Laws

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

Driving in Florida requires carrying at least the minimum-required amounts of car insurance. All drivers must maintain auto insurance policies to pay for their damages in the event of collisions. Florida’s car insurance laws are somewhat unique as a “no-fault” state. Only 12 states in the country currently abide by no-fault insurance laws. Learn how… read more

What Should I Do If I’m Injured on a Cruise Ship?

Posted in Personal Injury on October 23, 2018

A cruise ship isn’t always the safest vacation vessel. Serious personal injuries can arise while on a cruise – from slip-and-fall risks on deck to improperly stored food and Norovirus. Hundreds of people every year attempt to bring claims against cruise ship companies for accidents, injuries, and illnesses they suffered while working or recreating on… read more

Are Florida Gun Laws Strict Enough?

Posted in Uncategorized on September 27, 2018

Gun laws and gun control are pressing topics in today’s politically-charged atmosphere. Within just the last few years, Florida has been the location of multiple mass shootings leading to criminal charges.  Florida gun laws have been historically accommodating toward firearm ownership – something that remains true today despite opposition from many citizens. In light of recent… read more

The Truth About Florida’s New Texting and Driving Law

Posted in Uncategorized on September 27, 2018

False news stories about Florida passing a “new texting and driving law” has left many drivers unsure about what they can and can’t do behind the wheel. Misinformation about the existing and potential future cell phone laws in Florida can make it difficult to understand and protect your rights as a driver. If you saw… read more

What is murder in the second degree?

Posted in Criminal Defense,FAQ,Firm News on December 29, 2017

When the state of Florida brings murder charges, they can bring it as a first, second, or third-degree crime. If you commit murder in the first degree, it means that you’ve killed someone intentionally, and you had thought about or planned it beforehand. It wasn’t a spur-of-the-moment decision. Murder in the second degree basically means… read more

Can brain damage be repaired?

Posted in Criminal Defense,FAQ,Firm News on December 29, 2017

When dealing with brain damage from a brain injury, the road to recovery can be long, it can be arduous, it can be different for every individual, and really can be quite costly. There’s no saying at the onset of the injury or at the time of diagnosis just what the brain will need to… read more

What is murder in the first degree?

Posted in Criminal Defense,Firm News on December 22, 2017

Accusing someone of murder in the first degree, otherwise known as capital murder, is the most serious type of felony crime the state can possibly charge you with. A first-degree murder means that someone died as the result of a homicide, which the state believes was not accidental. What separates first-degree murder from other charges… read more

What Is Lumbar Radiculopathy?

Posted in Firm News on December 22, 2017

When you think of lumbar radiculopathy, you’re really thinking of two issues. The first issue is the discomfort someone feels traveling down from their hip into their leg and foot, which most often manifests as tingling, numbness, and deep pain. The second issue is the underlying cause of the discomfort, which is, in fact, an injury… read more

How accurate is a breathalyzer test?

Posted in Firm News on December 18, 2017

Driving under the influence, also known as DUI, is an offense that is most commonly supported by the results of a blood alcohol test or a breath alcohol sample. Most people refer to the instrument that measures breath alcohol levels as a Breathalyzer. However, what most people do not know is that the Breathalyzer is… read more

What can cause brain damage?

Posted in Firm News on December 15, 2017

A variety of things can lead to brain damage. What we commonly see in our practice and the case that come into our office is really two main causes: there is a lack of oxygen to the brain, called brain hypoxia, or there is a traumatic brain injury, which typically results from some form of… read more