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.

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.

13 Dec

Alternatives to Going to Court in an Auto Accident Case (or) Mediation in Auto Accident Cases


One important question commonly asked by Floridians involved in automobile accidents is--are there alternatives to going to court in Florida after a car accident? Going to court can be a tedious, time-consuming, and financially draining process. One solution to avoid going to court is mediation. In instances where a lawsuit is established after an auto accident, cases are required to go to mediation before entering an official trial. Thankfully, however, many auto cases are settled before a lawsuit is even brought up.