Have You Suffered A Slip And Fall Accident In South Florida?
According to Property Management Standards throughout the State of Florida, property owners are obligated to take due and reasonable care in the proper maintenance of their premises, to ensure the safety of the general public. Should any hazardous conditions exist, property owners must make visitors aware of all the possible dangers, via proper signage, so… Read More
What Is Probate And How Can It Affect Me?
Probate is the legal process, following a person’s death, whereby the accurate compilation of the decedent's assets, notification of creditors, payment of liabilities, and distribution of the remaining assets to rightful heirs are properly ensured. If you have suffered the loss of a family member, the word “probate” is probably just another of the myriad… Read More
Reflections On The 4th Of July
As we celebrated another glorious Anniversary of our Declaration of Independence, I once again reflected on my immense pride in our great nation and in my wonderful career as an attorney. It is important on every 4th of July to remember that many of our country’s forefathers were lawyers. Four of the five members of… Read More
Simple Guidelines To Keep In Mind In A Personal Injury Lawsuit
If you need to file a personal injury lawsuit in South Florida, there are a few basic steps to follow in order to help your claim progress as quickly and efficiently as possible. First and foremost, consult with a qualified, experienced Florida Personal Injury Attorney, and be sure to follow his advice. While friends and… Read More
Aggressive Driving Increasing In South Florida!
If it seems like it’s taken longer to drive anywhere these days, it’s not your imagination. The population increase in South Florida is monumental, and the existing roadway structure is limited in its ability to cope with this growth. The congestion continues to intensify, and the resulting delays in travel time can result in aggressive… Read More
Have You Been Injured In A Boating Accident?
The State of Florida, surrounded by water on three sides, and home to thousands of lakes, rivers and canals, is universally recognized as one of the boating capitals of the world. Unfortunately, with so many varieties of vessels traversing our waterways on a daily basis, boating accidents are bound to happen. Boating accidents happen due… Read More
Should You Automatically Be Considered At Fault In A One-Car Accident?
Traffic accidents in South Florida are not always the result of vehicles crashing into each other. Single-car crashes are more common than people realize, and the fault may not always rest with the driver. The accident may have resulted from circumstances beyond the driver’s control, such as hazardous road conditions or defective or malfunctioning equipment… Read More
Have You Been Injured In A Bicycle Accident?
Most bicycle accidents in Florida are minor in nature, but some result in serious injuries for the cyclist. More than 500,000 people in the US are treated in emergency departments – and more than 700 fatalities are reported – as a result of bicycle-related injuries each year, with children ages 5 to 14 being most… Read More
I’ve Only Had A Couple Of Drinks, No Problem Driving. Wrong!
In legal terms, a blood alcohol level of 0.08% or more is considered the qualifier for being charged with drunk driving, but many other physiological factors come into play regarding the effects of alcohol in the bloodstream. A study conducted at the University of California San Diego reported that driving with much smaller levels of… Read More
Have You Suffered A Collision With A Truck?
Cars usually get the worst end of the bargain when involved in a crash with a truck. A loaded large truck takes up to 20-50% more road space to stop when compared to cars, and this percentage is even higher on wet or slippery roads. And if the brakes of the truck are poorly maintained,… Read More