Category: Personal Injury

Feb 22

In recent years, our local business community has been hit with a wave of lawsuits by ADA accessibility testers claiming, for example, that the business’s restrooms were not accessible to the disabled and demanding thousands of dollars in damages. We wrote on this topic in Read More

Oct 10

New Regulation provides relief to patients and their attorneys from the excessive cost of obtaining copies of medical records One of the first steps an attorney must take in evaluating a potential medical negligence or injury case  is to review the medical records relating to Read More

Mar 12

On Friday, March 9th, in the waning hours of the 2012 session, the Florida Legislature passed HB 119 which will dramatically change the availability of Florida’s No Fault (PIP) medical benefits following an automobile accident.  Florida is one of only a few states that has Read More

Feb 24

 The Fourth District Court of Appeal Offers Pleading advice to Practitioners. When Patients enter a hospital, their care is entrusted to any number of medical providers. When the care is provided by emergency room physicians, pathologists, hospitalists, anesthesiologists, and many other specialties, the patient typically Read More

Feb 22

How much should it cost to obtain copies of medical records so that they can be reviewed by the attorney of a patient who has a potential legal case? In recent years, some medical providers have attempted to charge $1.00 per page, no matter how Read More

Aug 3

Motor vehicle accidents are the #1 cause of death for children age 2 to 14.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, child safety seats reduce fatal injury by 71% for infants and 54% for toddlers.  In 2006, there were 427 traffic fatalities involving Read More


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