Florida is a state filled with warm weather and beautiful beaches. A new law going into effect on January 1st will limit bicyclist's ability to enjoy the Florida coastlines. The new law requires a bicyclist to stay in the bicycle lane when traveling on a roadway less than the normal speed of traffic. Essentially, this
Florida's new PIP (personal injury protection) law will go into effect as of January 1, 2013. This new law will greatly reduce Floridians ability to recover damages from insurance companies. Although the enactment of the law will make it more difficult for Floridians to receive just compensation for their injuries, it will in no way
On November 21, the Supreme Court of Florida made an impactful decision regarding the interaction between Florida's comparative negligence tort recovery system and the rebuttable presumption imposed in rear-end motor vehicle collisions. The Supreme Court reversed Florida's Fourth District Court of Appeals ruling that the presumption of negligence attached to the rear-end driver of a
How Does A Presidential Election Fairly Impact Insurance Claims For Accident Victims In Weston Florida and Throughout America?
Depending upon your prospective of how our society functions, one can interpret the political goings on to be a dance of sorts for which special interests will take a stronger hold of your government and your lives. Strictly as an opinion, each political party is someone identified with its own leanings to special interests in
Recently this personal injury law firm represented the driver of an ambulance that was struck by another vehicle while driving in the far left lane on I-95 in Broward County, Florida. The other vehicle (underinsured) suffered a blown tire, causing that driver to lose control and strike the ambulance. The ambulance our client was operating