Insight Into Florida’s Motorcycle Helmet Law

You’ll find over 550,000 motorcyclists in the state of Florida today – not counting the tourists who also find their way there. Unfortunately, this means that the likelihood of getting a motorcycle injury or even dying from one occurs more frequently than in any other state. In these cases, many people are left wondering if they’re required to wear a helmet. Typically this will depend upon your age, insurance, and type of injury claim you have. Understanding Florida’s Motorcycle Helmet Law Florida didn’t have a Read More +

Your Rights As A Motorcycle Passenger In Florida

Unfortunately, there are a lot of motorcycle accidents in Florida today. According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, there were over 9,100 of them reported in a recent year. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) reports that motorcyclists are 28 times more likely to develop a personal injury than those who are traveling in a passenger vehicle. One study says the most common accident for motorcyclists is a traumatic brain injury, especially among those who were less likely to wear Read More +

My Day At A Nudist Resort

Spoiler alert: Yes, I was fully clothed and it was more like an hour, not a day. “Chet”, a former client and all around good guy is a talented chef. He usually worked at huge resorts and he eventually found himself the head chef at a local “clothing optional” resort mainly because it was close to where he lived. The big resorts were always a long commute for him and considering the long hours of a chef, he wanted to be closer to home. One Read More +

Dealing With Road Rage Accidents

A car accident in Florida can happen for many different reasons. However, one of the most common reasons is due to road rage. This can happen anywhere. When a road rage accident does occur it can be really dangerous. Road rage occurs when someone who’s driving a vehicle loses their temper. There are some instances when the person may actually leave their vehicle to either confront or assault another driver. At other times the person may start driving so aggressively that they cause a road Read More +

When Should I Review My Existing Will?

Q: When should I review my existing will? A: If there are no changes to be made, every 10 years your will and your estate planning documents should be reviewed. However, of course, if there are changes over the course of that 10 year period of time, if beneficiaries pass away or family becomes estranged then the changes should be made as needed. But if there are not pressing changes to be made, then every 10 years or so you should sit down and consult Read More +

Things That Could Affect A Personal Injury Lawsuit

You need to take quite a few things into account if you want to succeed in your personal injury lawsuit. Factors like the offending party’s carelessness as well as the insurance and possible pre-existing conditions that you may have are important in winning your case. Take into account the fact that personal injury attorneys based in the state of Florida will only accept personal injury cases on a strict basis. They only get paid if you win the case, so personal injury attorneys tend to Read More +