Category Archives: Articles

What Are Drunk Driving Look Back Periods?

By | November 18, 2016

It’s no secret that the topic of drinking and driving is a point of contention. On one side, there are those who argue that every alcohol affects every individual differently, dui check points are a clear invasion of privacy, and not everyone who drinks and drives once is acting with malicious intent. Others argue that there should be… Read More »

How Many Serious Injuries Are There Each Year?

By | November 18, 2016

From car accidents to injuries caused by medical malpractice, serious injuries affect the lives of millions of Americans every year. In Florida alone, statistics show that there have been over 173,000 injuries of various kinds so far in 2016.

Recovering Damages for a Defective Vehicle: Understanding the Basics of Lemon Laws

By | November 16, 2016

Have a car with serious mechanical issues? Cannot find others with same or similar issues? Don’t think that you cannot recover damages for a defective automobile. Thanks to consumer advocates, we have what is commonly known as “lemon laws” to protect people from vehicles that keep breaking down. 

Registering Your Yacht, Home or Abroad?

By | November 15, 2016

Purchasing a yacht is a big expense, and you want to make sure that you register it in the country that will give you the most benefits, and flexibility. Owning a yacht can be an amazing experience. Traveling the world by sea, seeing everything there is to see is an exciting prospect.

Can I Successfully Sue SnapChat for a Distracted Driver Accident?

By | November 14, 2016

Is it possible for a mobile app to encourage distracted- dangerous- driving? 

How Driver History (And Other Factors) Can Limit Injury Claims

By | November 2, 2016

In personal injury claims, many drivers and passengers are unaware of factors that can increase their personal liability, and reduce the legal liability of the insurer. The assumption that many consumers share is that injury will be compensated at a rate that is proportionate to pain, suffering and the cost of medical expenses and therapies.  

What Not To Do Before Your Court Date

By | November 2, 2016

When you’re charged with a crime, you want to do everything in your power to get the charges reduced or dismissed. Syncing up with an attorney is a great way to ensure you get the best defense, but there’s also some actions you should avoid if you want to put yourself in the best position to beat the… Read More »

5 Tips To Follow To Pass The Bar Exam

By | November 2, 2016

For law students, passing the bar exam is one of the last hurdles they need to clear before they can truly start their career in law. Studying for the bar exam will be a little different than studying for other tests you’ve taken in high school and undergrad, but if you know how to attack it, you’ll be… Read More »

Common Questions to Ask After Truck Accidents

By | November 1, 2016

Truck accidents may result from a variety of factors. These factors could include poor weather and road conditions, speeding, driver fatigue, improper loading of cargo and so on. Owing to the mammoth size and weight of the trucks, accidents with these vehicles can be disastrous. In severe cases, these accidents can turn out to be fatal. 

When Should You Seek Medical Attention After A Car Accident

By | October 27, 2016

Being involved in an automobile accident is traumatic and frightening. Your body reacts by producing adrenaline and endorphins. This is why people will sometimes be injured but not feel it immediately. There have been many reports of people who had walked for several days before they realized they had fractured bones in their feet. Other times people have… Read More »