Last month, a tragic multi-vehicle accident took the lives of 5 promising young nursing students and injured two more.  The young women were en route to St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital in Savannah to begin their last… Continue Reading →

The Definition of Wrongful Death Is Wider Than You Think

by on Monday, April 20, 2015  —  Blog, Wrongful Death

At the onset of his criminal trial for murder of Odin Lloyd, pro New England Patriots football player Aaron Hernandez seemed as if he didn’t have a care in the world. He projected confidence and… Continue Reading →

Update on the Church Bus that Killed 8 Passengers

by on Wednesday, April 8, 2015  —  Blog, Car Accidents, Wrongful Death

Last Sunday night a cargo van carrying members of the Independent Haitian Assembly of God church were travelling back from a convention in Fort Myers on Highway 27 near Lake Okechobee. The road has a stop… Continue Reading →

Recent Fatal Accidents in Tampa Bay, Florida

by on Wednesday, April 1, 2015  —  Blog, Wrongful Death

Tampa Police need your help finding the driver of a rented 2015 Camaro that was involved in a hit and run on March 21st overnight. The driver fled on foot in the Woodlawn Heights neighborhood,… Continue Reading →

How the Law Treats a Death on the Job Differently

by on Thursday, February 12, 2015  —  Blog, Wrongful Death

A recent Florida Supreme Court ruling confirmed what we already knew. Florida’s exclusive remedy provision, which states that workers’ compensation is the sole remedy for injuries (even fatal ones) sustained in the workplace, is here… Continue Reading →

Death Toll Climbs in GM Ignition Switch Recall

by on Tuesday, February 3, 2015  —  Blog, Car Accidents, Wrongful Death

Tomorrow is the last day for victims of the GM ignition switch recall to file claims and seek monetary compensation. Originally, that deadline was December 31st, 2014. However, GM has decided to extend the filing… Continue Reading →