Monthly Archives: January 2023
Legal Differences Between Sober Homes & Rehab Centers
In recent years, Florida has seen a massive boom in its addiction treatment industry, with millions of people seeking out the Sunshine State as a positive environment to focus on getting clean. Substance abuse rehabilitation facilities are omnipresent, and sober homes help to provide a middle step between inpatient care and graduation. However, if… Read More »
Funeral Home Negligence In Florida
One hopes that they will never have to experience funeral home negligence, but sadly, it happens far more than the average person may realize. Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things that a person can endure, and to have the support of a quality funeral home can help to ease… Read More »
Trucking Company Liability For Florida Large Truck Accidents
When a person is involved in a car accident with a large truck and decides to sue, the defendant will usually be the truck driver. However, in some cases, it may be possible to file suit against the truck driver’s employer as well. The driver may have allegedly caused the accident by their own… Read More »
Is It Hard To Win A Motorcycle Accident Case In Florida?
Motorcycle accidents in Florida can lead to severe and even life-threatening injuries. However, unlike an accident involving two motor vehicles, it can sometimes be difficult to prevail in court on a motorcycle accident case. Between a lack of evidence and unfair, ingrained prejudices, as well as confusing insurance requirements in Florida, it is sadly… Read More »
What Is A “Transitory Foreign Substance” & Why Does It Matter?
In Florida, if a person sustains an injury while they are on someone else’s property, the property owner or operator may be held liable if they failed to make their premises safe. This maxim does apply in slip-and-fall cases – except for in cases where the injured plaintiff slipped and fell while inside a… Read More »