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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Passes New Public Charge Rule, effective Feb. 24, 2020 What is the government’s new public charge policy? Does the new public charge policy apply to me? People across the United States have heard about this new public charge policy in U.S. immigration law, and…

If you work in Florida, unless your employer falls into one of a very small number of exceptions, your employer is required to carry workers’ compensation insurance. This insurance is designed to give compensation to employees who sustain injuries on the job, without regard to fault. Under these policies, employees…

Getting an Attorney After a Car Accident The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles tabulates the number of traffic crashes every year. In the last year for which statistics are available, there were a total of 374,342 crashes in our state. Of these, 159,795 caused injuries, and 17,545…

What to Look for in Your Personal Injury Attorney When someone’s negligent actions seriously injure you, it can derail your life. A good Florida personal injury lawyer can help. Unfortunately, your situation can seem hopeless if you feel that your lawyer isn’t good enough to handle your case. You shouldn’t…

The law concerning reckless driving in Florida is explicit: “Any person who drives any vehicle in willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property is guilty of reckless driving.” Florida Statute 316.192 Reckless driving is dangerous, reckless driving has the potential to cause harm to innocent drivers…

Most personal injury lawyers do not ask for upfront fees, but rather take a percentage of any settlement amount or jury award. The fees may range from 25 percent to 40 percent, depending on the specifics of the case. Some personal injury lawyers include court costs in that percentage, while…

As motorized scooters gain popularity as a form of personal transportation in Florida and around the country, accidents involving these two-and-three-wheeled devices also continue to rise. Some of these accidents reflect the predictable result of the introduction of a new transportation technology into an urban environment. Riders and pedestrians relatively…