Teen Drivers And Their Older, Smaller Vehicles

The leading cause of death for teens in Florida is vehicular accidents. In fact, when compared to people over the age of 20 they’re four times more likely to get into a crash. This is especially true for the first 18 months after they receive their driver’s license. While part of this could be due to their immaturity resulting in dangerous actions behind the wheel there’s also a new report out that shows that another reason for these crashes is due to the fact that Read More +

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 +

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 +

Who Is Going To Pay For My Medical Expenses Following My Florida Car Accident?

Q: Who is going to pay for my medical expenses following my Florida car accident? A: Well, because Florida has a no-fault statute your car insurance is going to pay for 80% of your reasonable doctor bills. If you have a 20% growing balance of medical bills, then if a claim is made against the at-fault insurance company, that 20% of unpaid medical bills would be part and parcel of your overall claim for pain and suffering against the at-fault insurance company. Picture Credit: Freepik

The Common Types Of Medical Malpractice

While medical providers are there to help us in our times of need, there are sadly times when they cause harm rather than help to a patient. Perhaps you or someone that you love has been adversely affected by a medical provider. If that is the case, then it is time that you seek justice and get the compensation you deserve. Medical malpractice is a type of law that needs skill, knowledge, and the resources and capability of a law firm that has lots of Read More +