Monthly Archives: May 2014
Unlike in most other states, using your cell phone while you’re driving in Florida isn’t illegal. Recent changes to Florida law have, however, made texting while driving illegal. Does this mean that you can get pulled over for texting while you’re driving? While the new law is the first in Florida to address the issue… Read More »
Who Is Responsible For My Injuries From My Slip And Fall Accident At A Store Or Other Retail Establishment?
Slip and fall accidents do happen, but when they happen at your grocery store, or another retail establishment you frequent, who is responsible for the injuries you suffer as a result of your fall? In Florida, the answer to this question is not as obvious as it may seem. Under common law, business owners and… Read More »
Our brains are uniquely designed to provide us with protection from normal, everyday stresses and minor, accidental blows to the head. When an injury is incurred in an accident like a motor vehicle accident, however, the force of the blows sustained to the head can cause traumatic brain injury (TBI), which can result in severe… Read More »
The moments after a car accident are often chaotic, and it can be difficult to know what you should be doing in the aftermath. People may be milling around, dazed and confused — you may be feeling dazed and confused. Because a car crash can happen at any time, it’s important to know what you… Read More »