Personal injury lawsuits are all about finding the person whose negligence caused your injuries and making sure they compensate you. Succeeding in a personal injury lawsuit, however, is hard work. To win, you have to show four things: The person who hurt you had a legal duty to care for your well-being; That person breached… Read More


Has a worker been injured on your property?  If so, you are probably thinking about your responsibilities as a property owner and the possible legal actions by the injured worker.  All property owners owe visitors to their property a certain standard of care to ensure their safety and well-being while on the property.  The attorneys… Read More


All medical patients deserve competent medical treatment. When you step into a hospital, a clinic or a doctor’s private practice, you have the reasonable expectation that your condition will be diagnosed with prudence. A proper diagnosis is critical, an incorrect diagnosis can cause tremendous harm and even cost lives. According to the BMJ Quality and… Read More


Following an injury or operation, physicians often prescribe patients opiate painkillers like oxycodone, methadone, and hydrocodone. This category of painkillers is highly effective, enabling patients to recover with minimal pain and hopefully, help them get back to work and their everyday lives faster. However, these medications come with a major side effect: addiction. Opioid addiction… Read More


Red-light cameras have been controversial in a number of states, and Florida is no exception. Many Florida lawmakers would like to see red-light cameras banned. Their wish may be more likely now that a report was released finding car accidents are up for intersections with these devices. The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor… Read More


You see semi-trucks almost every day, particularly if you have to commute on the highway. You are so used to them, you hardly put much thought into passing a truck or watching one make a wide turn. But when you are about to be in a collision with a semi-truck, you suddenly realize how large… Read More


In November, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal found that the state’s legal caps on noneconomic damages – also known as pain and suffering – in medical malpractice personal injury cases were unconstitutional. In the case, Suarez v. Port Charlotte HMA, LLC, a mother and infant were awarded damages for medical negligence related to the… Read More


Physicians who practice holistic and integrative medicine to the detriment of their patients may find themselves in trouble with their state medical authorities and civilly liable for medical malpractice. Dr. Kenneth Woliner of Boca Raton, Florida, lost his medical license in November after his patient, college student Stephanie Sofronsky, died from untreated stage 3 Hodgkin… Read More


If you have a loved one in a nursing home or rehabilitation facility, you expect them to receive excellent care. Whether your family member or friend is recovering from a difficult injury or simply need a little extra help throughout the day, he or she deserves to have the highest quality medical care provided with… Read More