After a wrongful death, there are certain statutes that must be followed to the letter of the law to ensure the victim’s family is properly compensated, and more importantly, sees the justice they’re owed for their catastrophic loss.Read More The Law After Tragic Loss: A Follow-Up
Insurance companies often play schoolyard bully in an effort not to provide the client with the compensation they know they deserve. This injustice often leads to cases going to court, especially cases which resulted in serious life-threatening injuries such as TBI, wrongful death, or paralysis.Read More Your Case Didn’t Settle in Mediation, What Happens Now?
When it comes to doctors who practice medicine outside of a hospital, mainly in private practice or within a smaller office setting, these physicians often utilize a “money saving” tool known as a Prepaid Defense Fund, or simply “go bare”.Read More “Going Bare” and Prepaid Defense Funds Don’t Excuse Medical Malpractice
Failing to appear in court at the appointed time after the issuance of a subpoena can result in serious legal consequences.Read More “I’ve Been Subpoenaed, What Do I Do Now?”, Subpoenas Explained
Florida’s lax laws shouldn’t lull riders into a sense of false security that they need not wear a helmet.Read More Florida Doesn’t Require Helmets, That Doesn’t Mean Riders Shouldn’t Wear Them