Texting While Walking Puts Pedestrians at Risk

by on Friday, September 25, 2015  —  Blog, Car Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents

By now, everyone’s heard the message: texting and driving is bad. Very bad. Avoid it at all costs. What about just texting and … walking? Is that so bad? Yes, in fact, it is. Indeed,… Continue Reading →

Despite Dangerous Side Effects, Xarelto Is Still on the Market

by on Wednesday, September 16, 2015  —  Blog, Defective Drugs and Products

Taking any drug comes with the risk of side effects, and Xarelto, approved in 2011, is no exception. Xarelto is a blood thinner manufactured by Bayer and marketed in the United States by Johnson &… Continue Reading →

This blog is provided to aid in understanding set offs in the context of a line of cases starting with Galante v. USAA Casualty Ins. Co., 695 So.2d 456 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997). The following… Continue Reading →

Why Knowing Your Case’s Statute of Limitations is SO IMPORTANT

by on Thursday, September 3, 2015  —  Blog, Personal Injury

All personal injury accidents; such as, wrongful death, slip and fall, and other types of legal cases typically have their own Statute of Limitations. When you first think of Statute of Limitations, you may ask: what is… Continue Reading →

Four Car Pileup Results in Airlift Helicopter on First Street in Winter Haven

by on Wednesday, September 2, 2015  —  Blog, Car Accidents

As we were returning from Lunch today, we noticed a helicopter landing right in front of our office. A four car pileup at the intersection of First Street and West Central Blvd in Winter Haven left one person… Continue Reading →

Suggested Insurance Coverage for Motorcycle Owners

by on Monday, August 31, 2015  —  Blog, Motorcycle Accidents

The most common misconception by motorcycle owners is they believe they will be covered by their auto insurance or by the other driver’s insurance if they are involved in a motorcycle accident. In Florida, insurance… Continue Reading →