Car accidents are stressful, no matter the circumstances. From medical bills, car repairs, car rental, lost wages, and litigation, it’s the gift that keeps on giving. And if either driver doesn’t have auto insurance, the stress becomes more intense. Florida Statute 324.021 establishes that every motor vehicle registered in the state must have proof of […]
In the wake of hurricane season, and recent events surrounding Hurricane Harvey, flooding is a serious issue to consider. The news and social media outlets are covered with photographs of cars submerged under water. Damages may (or may not) be covered under your automobile insurance policy due to flooding. It is imperative to purchase automobile […]
Often in injury cases, your primary care doctor will refuse to see you. Here’s why.
If you were not wearing your seat belt and you get into an accident that was not your fault, we can still help you.
Most new law school graduates probably do not stay at the first law firm that they take a position with. It is common for young lawyers to move around to two or more firms in their first five years of practice.
My law partner, Jodi Leisure, brought the power to this law firm. Prior to her arrival in 1995, our firm had already established very high standards for itself.
There was one case I had years ago that I am really very proud of. Over 30 years ago, the death of a young girl by a drunk driver on the Courtney Campbell Causeway.
Florida law says that if scientific, technical, or other specialized knowledge will assist the trier of fact in understanding the evidence or in determining a fact in issue, a witness qualified as an expert by knowledge, skill, experience, training, or education may testify about it in the form of an opinion.
Wills v. Jones Fla. 1st DCA, Case No. 1D15-2911 2016 Fla. App. LEXIS 6636, 41 Fla. L. Weekly D—,—So. 3d —April 27, 2016 Summary. Based on the facts of the case before it, the First District Court of Appeal held that a trial court erred in granting an injunction for prevention of domestic violence against […]
Spoilation of evidence, also known as destruction of evidence, can be performed on evidence of all types–paper records, electronic records, hard drives, cell phones, social media platforms such as Instagram, etc. Spoliation can be negligent or intentional and can be committed by the person or persons bringing the injury claim or the […]