Dram shop laws are similar, but not entirely the same as another topic we’ve investigated here on the blog known as social host liability. Both of these laws are in place to discourage willingly serving alcohol to someone who is obviously already under the influence. However, this is not the only reason dram shop laws were enacted.Read More Dram Shop Laws Keep the Public Safe, Alcohol Out of the Hands of Minors
Truck accidents are once again on the rise in big cities like South Florida where commuters are in a hurry, and trucking carriers are understaffed. This means trucking operator training can carelessly fall by the wayside.Read More Truck Accidents Are a Common but Avoidable Problem: Here’s Why (And How!)
The Graves Amendment is the less talked about law that car renters often overlook, even though they shouldn’t. Before the year 2005, if you were injured by a driver in a rental car, you would more than likely settle your claim utilizing the driver of the rental car’s own car insurance policy.Read More Graves Amendment: The Little-Known Law Car Renters Overlook
When you’re employed as an Uber driver, the ride-share service streamlines the process of making money while setting your own hours. It’s as simple as signing up with your vehicle and off you go, right? Not exactly!Read More Driving for Uber? Here’s What the DMV is Now Requiring of Drivers Employed by the Ride-share Service
When it comes to your personal injury case, you’ll frequently hear terms you’re unfamiliar with being used in the context of your claim. An experienced board certified civil trial attorney can explain these terms to you and will have experience applying them on your behalf when necessary. The legal jargon that often comes up when an attorney pursues a trucking related accident is Respondeat superior.Read More “Respondeat Superior”: Is the Trucking Carrier Responsible for Your Traffic Accident?