Monthly Archives: July 2013


In Dispute of a Florida Medical Malpractice "Crisis"

Recently, Diederich HealthCare has revealed detailed data with regards to medical malpractice lawsuits and the amounts of dollars that have been paid out throughout the year 2012, both nationally and in the State of Florida. This information was gathered through the National Practitioner Data Bank, which is part of the U.S. Department of Health and

Update on Florida PIP's Statute

Back on March 21, 2013 and 22, 2013 we had blogged that the 2nd Judicial Circuit of Florida entered an order granting a temporary injunction with regards to the 2012 PIP Act, Florida's Chapter 2012-197. In review of the discussion, Florida's Legislature had made substantial changes to Florida's PIP Act which could both limited the

Barrier Safety Improvements Are Claimed To Have Reduced Fatalities on South Florida Highways

Statistics are now confirming that the road construction project over the area of Interstate I-75, commonly referred to as Alligator Alley, as well as the Florida Turnpike system is producing anticipated safety results. Apparently some one hundred million dollars has been invested over South Florida roadways installing barrier protection designed to prevent vehicular travelers who