Being under the influence of alcoholic beverages is a recipe for disaster. During this Alcohol Awareness Month 2017, we feel it is time to review the myths and facts about alcoholic beverages.
If your loved one died due to the fault of another person or entity, then — as a surviving family member — you may be entitled to recover damages to compensate for their wrongful death. To put it simply, wrongful death damages relate to the losses that surviving family members sustain as a consequence of their loved one’s death (i.e., loss of companionship, among a range of other losses).
There is always a victim in DUI accidents. We all know them or read or hear about them in the media. These are the defenseless men, women and children affected by drugged or drunk drivers. There are many questions victims have when they enter our offices, and we are prepared to answer them.
The NABCA has designated April as Alcohol Awareness month to bring alcohol issues to the forefront.
In Florida, if you have been injured due to the fault of another, then you may be entitled to recover damages to compensate for both past and future medical expenses you were burdened with as a consequence of the suffered injuries.
Crash reports and injury statistics have long been important outcome variables in the study of motorcyclists and the success of the training they receive. Yet, for many researchers, these indicators have not been an adequate indicator of success.
In Florida, if you have been injured due to a product that was in a dangerous condition or otherwise presented a hazard as a result of it having been defectively manufactured, you may be entitled to recover damages to compensate for your injuries. In fact, Florida law provides injury claimants who are pursuing a lawsuit in this category — that of product liability — a number of advantages that help to ease the litigation burden.
According to a SafeKidsWorldwide.com report in September 2016, every 33 seconds a child is involved in a vehicle crash. That is 2,600 children under the age of 13.
Slip-and-fall accidents in the workplace can lead to serious injury or death and forces the injured employee to take time off from work.
WINK News reported in February 2017 that residents in South Fort Myers are frustrated. Dozens of dump trucks have been speeding down Hendry Creek Drive every day for at least a week.