What Exactly is Personal Injury Anyway?

What does personal injury mean to you?

For many people, it is a commercial on radio or TV, in which a lawyer screams about how much money he or she can get you after you suffer an injury.

But the truth is, personal injury doesn’t refer the injury at all, but is defined as a group of legal claims in which the plaintiff suffered some type of injury, damages or loss (such as the death of a loved one) Read More

What You Need To Know About Teen Drivers and Personal Injury Claims In Boca Raton

Teen drivers are less experienced and more likely to cause fatal car crashes that result in personal injury claims, according to a study by the American Automobile Association (AAA).

And making matters worse is the fact that these fatal accidents are more likely to occur during the 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day, when teens are on summer vacation and pursuing leisure activities that require driving. Read More

Wrongful Death in Florida: Valuing the Loss of Life

When a loved one dies unexpectedly, it is often devastating for those left behind. The situation is made even worse if the death was caused by negligence or an accident. The good news is, that the Florida Wrongful Death Act, which is a state law, ensures that the surviving family members who qualify have a way to obtain compensation for the loss they have suffered. Read More

Understanding Long-Term Care After an Accident Injury

It  is estimated by experts that approximately 60 percent of the entire population will require long-term care at some point during their life. The need for this care can be the result of a sudden health condition or due to an accident injury. It may even be the result of the gradual decline that often occurs as a person ages. Read More

What Happens if You Are Injured in a Florida AirBNB?

In the past, if you were traveling and planned on spending a night in a different city, it meant you had to spend several hundred dollars to stay in a small hotel room. However, today there is Airbnb.

Just like rideshare services such as Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the transportation industry, the concept of an Airbnb has done the same for the hospitality space. In just a few years, this innovative app has revolutionized the way that people book accommodations and how they use their extra property or rooms. When you are booking a trip, you can stay in an array of interesting homes, for affordable prices. Read More