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The Many Types of Technology that can Cause Distracted Driving

Distracted driver lawyers in Clearwater

Since the advent of cellular phones, GPS navigation systems, and other portable electronic devices, automobile accidents resulting from distracted driving have been on the rise. Florida, unfortunately, is no exception, according to statistics provided by the Florida Department of Highway…


Certain Medications Can Cause Birth Defects

Medical Malpractice Attorneys in Florida

Every substance you ingest into your body has an effect on it. This is doubly so for women who are pregnant. There are several substances that are widely known to be harmful to children in utero. Most notable among them…


Chiropractors Cannot Do EMCs; Florida Appeals Court Confirms Chiropractors Cannot Do EMC’s for PIP Suits

PIP Lawyers in Clearwater

The Florida Third District Court of Appeals made its decision on whether Doctors of Chiropractor Medicine can determine an Emergency Medical Condition (“EMC”) as defined in the Florida Statute’s with an emphatic NO this week. The case of Progressive American…


The Importance of Accurate Medical Records for a PIP Claim

Car Accident Lawyers in Clearwater

After a car accident, you may feel some pain or soreness. It is surprising how many people in this situation tend to minimize their injuries and convince themselves they do not need to go to the emergency department or seek…


How Criminal Charges Can Help After Intentional Nursing Home Assault

Nursing Home Abuse Attorney in Clearwater

Nursing home abuse is a fairly broad category that encompasses a wide variety of behaviors, from negligence to intentional abuse. Some of the most serious examples of nursing home abuse are intentional acts, where someone you trust to take care…


Can a Nursing Home be Liable for Harm Caused by Employees?

Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers in Clearwater

The answer to the above question is, generally, yes. Nursing homes can be liable for harm caused by their employees because of the legal doctrine of respondeat superior (Latin for, “let the master answer”). This doctrine holds that a company…


Florida PIP (Personal Injury Protection): FAQ

Florida PIP Lawyers FAQ

As Florida PIP Law Attorneys, we understand the nuances and intricacies of Florida’s No-Fault Law and the Florida PIP Statutes. We are constantly informing our clients, medical providers, and colleagues about the different areas of PIP law that apply to…


Your Prescriptions Can Make You Sick

Bad Drug Lawyers in Florida

It is well established that some prescription medications can have serious and dangerous side effects, including ever-increasing addiction issues. Once you’ve suffered the negative side effects of a dangerous prescription, finding relief can be extremely difficult. An experienced personal injury…


Were You Injured by a Drunk Driver on Super Bowl Sunday?

DUI Victim Attorneys in Florida

Everyone likes to have a good time while watching the Super Bowl, and Super Bowl parties typically involve alcoholic drinks and good food. However, when party-goers get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle after consuming too much alcohol at…


Can I File a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against My Deceased Spouse’s Employer?

Wrongful death lawyers in Florida

Losing your spouse in a workplace accident is an extremely emotional and tragic experience. When you lose your spouse, not only are you faced with coping with the idea of a future alone – and the emotional and psychological issues…