02 Jan

How to Stay Safe as a Pedestrian


While we use many different types of vehicles for transportation, most people use their feet at some point. As pedestrians, people are vulnerable to collisions with vehicles. And in 2018, the numbers report a 3% increase in pedestrian deaths, totaling over 6,000 deaths. Meanwhile, data shows that in 2017, a pedestrian was killed every 88 minutes in traffic crashes.

These pedestrian fatalities remind us why it’s important to practice certain safety tips to increase protection when navigating around the community sidewalks and streets.

09 Nov

Dog Bites: Whose Fault Is It Anyway?


Sometimes, dogs bite. Whether it is a desire to protect, discomfort, confusion with a situation, or out of defense, dogs have a number of reasons for lashing out and biting. A dog bite can be painful and results in serious injuries for all ages. For most situations, a person who has suffered a dog bite is entitled to receive some sort of compensation for their injury from the bite. Dog bites can result in deep gashes, scars, and serious impairments such as broken bones or torn muscles.


In Florida, these painful injuries often are eligible for monetary compensation.

01 Nov

How to Avoid Dog Bites


Each year, more than 4.5 million people are bitten by a dog, and more than 800,000 require medical treatment for dog bites in the United States alone according to the US Centers for Disease Control. Children are most likely to be bitten, and they are most vulnerable to severe injuries. Dog bites can cause injuries and infections as well.


No matter what size or type, any dog can bite. Every dog has its own history and behavior. Therefore, it’s important that humans know how to best interact with dogs to avoid any dog bites.

09 Oct

Occupational Diseases & Workers Compensation


Throughout a lifetime, most people spend about a quarter of their lives at work, which means it’s common for workers to face occupational diseases. In today’s society, when a worker can prove that a chronic or ongoing illness stems from his or her job, that worker is eligible for worker’s compensation.

08 Aug

How to Avoid Amusement Ride Accidents


Amusement rides are here for our amusement -- it’s in the name. But most people may not realize just how common amusement ride accidents can be. More than 43,000 Americans are treated for an amusement ride-related injury every year. 
To protect entertainment seekers from injury, the federal government regulates traveling carnivals while state governments regulate stationary amusement parks. Amusement ride accidents can range from minor to serious injuries that can result in death.

27 Jul

Don’t Believe These Personal Injury Myths


Personal injury myths keep many people with valid injuries from pursuing their rights under the law. Knowing what is true and false about personal injury law can ensure that if you or a loved one suffer an injury that you can seek legal justice and damages.


Avoid believing the following myths and seek your rights under the law.

04 Jul

Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Florida


Filing a personal injury claim offers a chance to recover damages from a significant and severe injury that has negatively impacted your life. A personal injury due to negligence is an unfair circumstance that can ruin your health, well-being, and career. Between the traumatic event and recovery, your body may never be the same again, and you may have to pay thousands of dollars for medical care.

03 Jun

Common Knee Injuries and Valuing a Knee Injury Case


Knee injuries can challenge an individual's ability to work and perform day-to-day operations. If you get injured at work or in a car accident, you may need to consult legal counsel to be properly compensated. Every knee injury case is different, and it can be difficult to value the appropriate compensation for a knee injury due to the many factors of that injury.

25 May

Why Is it Important to have Medical Proof for an Injury?


It is important to have medical proof for an injury to ensure that you receive your rightful damages for that injury to help cover the cost of missed work, medical expenses, and associated recovery. Medical proof can point to who is at fault. With differing levels of severity, it’s important to have medical records to back up your verbal explanation of your injuries.

02 Oct

Fact vs. Fiction About Personal Injury Law


When injured in an accident, many people are unsure of just what to do. You may hear warnings from well-intentioned friends or family warning you against contacting a lawyer for advice. This is often because people are simply misinformed about the truth when it comes to personal injury law.

Below we separate the facts from the fiction about three main topics people tend to get wrong.