How to estimate a personal injury settlement—putting a price tag on pain

How do you put a price tag on personal loss, whether it’s a limb or the ability to earn a living? Perhaps the injury has caused temporary impairment or worse, the damage is permanent. What about lost wages, mental anguish, and enduring physical pain? read more

How Long Do You Have to Make a Claim for a Personal Injury?

If you have ever been injured in an accident, you may not fully realize how serious your injuries are until days, weeks or even months after the accident occurred. The fact is that it isn’t at all uncommon for injuries to show up after an accident, especially head trauma, neck problems and spinal injuries. read more

Common Misconceptions About Personal Injury Cases

One of the most traumatic experiences you can have in your lifetime is being involved in an accident. Whether you have been involved in a car accident or an on the job mishap, getting well should be your main concern. In some cases, the accident you are involved in will be caused by the negligence of the other party. When faced with these types of circumstances, you need to work with a personal injury lawyer to find out what your rights are. For the most part, there are a variety of misconceptions about personal injury cases and here are just some of them. read more

Personal Injury Information: Potential Consequences of a Slip and Fall Accident

When most people think of personal injury accidents, they immediately think of a car accident, or some other serious situation. As a result, many don’t take slip and fall accidents or injuries very serious. However, these are quite common and can have devastating consequences. In fact, slip and fall accidents are the leading cause of visits to the emergency room in the state of Florida. read more

Does the Stand-Your-Ground Law in Florida Stand Up in Personal Injury Cases?

Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law has gotten a lot of attention in the press over the last few years since it has been a focal point in many high-profile cases, including the killing of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman. It can be confusing for some to know where they stand, especially in a personal injury case. read more

The Surprising New Method Police Are Using To Stop Texting and Driving

Texting and driving has become one of the most serious threats to traffic safety, and despite efforts at the federal, state and local level, people continue to practice this potentially deadly behavior. Some law enforcement officials are beginning to get creative in their quest to identify and stop texting while driving, and the methods they are using may surprise you. read more