Year: 2015

Universal Motorcycle Helmet Use Laws May Reduce Risk of Brain Injuries

A new study released at the annual meeting of the American College of Surgeons in San Francisco suggests that state laws requiring motorcycle helmet use by all riders may lower the rates of traumatic brain injuries, especially in young riders. In the study, researchers examined a database that tracked the reason patients were admitted to […]

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This Week on Lawcall™ – All About Injuries

LawCall™ is a weekly, thirty minute call-in show about legal topics of interest. Each week, we discuss personal injury, auto accidents, truck accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, slip and fall, DUI accidents and birth injuries, as well as bankruptcy, family law, divorce, landlord and tenant law, dangerous and defective products, legislative matters, and current issues in […]

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Injuries by Contractors in Florida

Construction sites are inherently dangerous places. During construction, there is always a danger of anyone at the site being injured. Whether it is from heavy equipment being moved around, tools being dropped from heights or scaffolding collapsing, the danger is omnipresent. There is also very real danger after the construction project is finished. If the […]

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Do I Have a Personal Injury Lawsuit? The Four Things You Should Know

After practicing personal injury law in Tallahassee for many years, I’ve seen many different types of cases. Every case is unique, and requires careful investigation, thorough preparation and dedicated attention. There are no shortcuts in personal injury law, no matter how long you’ve practiced or how many cases you’ve tried. From car accidents and truck […]

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This Week on Lawcall™ – Fighting the Insurance Company

LawCall™ is a weekly, thirty minute call-in show about legal topics of interest. Each week, we discuss personal injury, auto accidents, truck accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, slip and fall, DUI accidents and birth injuries, as well as bankruptcy, family law, divorce, landlord and tenant law, dangerous and defective products, legislative matters, and current issues in […]

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Halloween Safety Tips for Homeowners: How to Avoid a Premises Liability Lawsuit

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! It’s fun to dress up in costumes with my children, I get to eat all the candy I want, and I love hearing the laughter of the children in our neighborhood as they walk around trick-or-treating. Who can resist smiling at a tiny Elsa when she proudly (often […]

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