December 3

What is a Brachial Plexus Injury After a Car Accident?

A brachial plexus injury is sometimes overlooked after a car accident. It may be because the doctor thinks the pain is caused by a disc in the cervical spine or a shoulder injury. In order to know if you have a brachial plexus injury after a crash, you first have to know what it is.

November 22

Thanksgiving Driving Safety Tips – Know Before You Go

Thanksgiving driving is often a must if you want to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with family. According to AAA, 49.3 million travelers will be doing Thanksgiving driving — the most since 2005 and 2.8% more than last year. AAA reports that more than 55 million travelers are making plans for a trip of 50 miles or.

November 6

The News I Least Like Sharing With My Car Accident Clients

Many of my clients come to me hurt and confused after a car accident. They were living their normal life when, all of a sudden, their life changed because of a car accident. Whether it is days, months, or years, a car accident can be an upheaval in someone’s life – all because another driver.

October 28

Another Serious Car Accident While Making Left Turn at Intersection

Making a left turn on any street can be dangerous. You have to count on the drivers in the opposite drivers seeing you and obeying the law. Sadly, many don’t and too many car accidents occur when drivers attempt to turn left. A recent car accident illustrates this. According to the Tampa Bay Times, two.

October 21

Could a Mural Really Reduce the Number of St. Petersburg Car Accidents?

St. Petersburg car accidents happen for a multitude of reason. Many of them happen because drivers are not paying attention to the road. Well, research indicates that at one intersection, St. Petersburg car accidents are down because people are paying attention to the road – the colorful road. ABC Action News recently reported that a.

October 8

Parking Lot Car Accident – What Should You Do?

Whether it is at the local mall, Target or even in the parking lot for the Tampa Bay Rays game, some people simply forget how to drive in a parking lot. Maybe it is because they are looking for the closest open parking space and not the others on the road. Whatever the reason, a.

September 30

EXPRESS LANES ON I-275 TO GET TO ST. PETERSBURG?

Driving on I-275 in Pinellas County can be quite frustrating. Whether it is getting to the Tampa Bay Rays game or enjoying downtown St. Petersburg, bumper-to-bumper traffic makes the commute quite challenging. The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is proposing changes to address the problem. According to ABC Action News, FDOT wants to connect drivers.

September 23

Beacon Woods Drive in Hudson Is Getting Fixed After 200 Car Accidents

Two hundred car accidents resulting in 75 injured people and eight deaths in six years should raise concerns that something needs to be done near Beacon Woods Drive and U.S. Highway 19 in Hudson. Now something is. According to the Tampa Bay Times, this deadly stretch of U.S. 19 near the Walmart store in Hudson.

September 19

Pedestrian Deaths – New Report Shows Where Tampa Bay Ranks

Sadly, when a pedestrian is hit by a car, there is a strongly likelihood that the pedestrian accident will result in serious injury or death to the pedestrian. A new report shows how serious the problem of pedestrian deaths is in Tampa Bay. According to ABC Action News, the report from Smart Growth America found.

August 29

Florida Workers’ Compensation – Your Medical Benefits

One benefit of Florida’s Workers’ Compensation law is that employers are required to furnish medical care to an employee hurt at work for as long as necessary, even if it is for the injured workers’ lifetime. However, the law imposes many restrictions and rules regarding medical care after a work comp injury. A full discussion.

August 26

Indemnity (Wage Loss) Benefits After a Work Comp Accident

If a workers’ compensation injury prevents you from earning the wages you earned prior to the work injury, you may be entitled to indemnity payments paid by the workers’ compensation carrier. There are three types of indemnity (wage) payments that the carrier would be responsible for after a work comp claim – Temporary Total Disability.

August 19

Case Killers for Social Security Disability Claims

Social security disability benefits are not easy to get. More than 50% of the people that apply for social security disability benefits get turned down. Sometimes, the basis for the denial of benefits is because of something the claimants does or fails to do during the application process. Here are a few of these “case.

August 12

Do You Know When You Have to Stop for a School Bus?

Another school year is beginning so to avoid causing injuries or getting a ticket because you did not properly stop for a school bus, let’s refresh ourselves on Florida’s law regarding when you are required to stop for a school bus. Florida law (Section 316.172) states as follows: (1) Any person using, operating, or driving a.

August 7

Remember These Safety Tips When In A School Zone

School days and busy school zones are coming soon. This means more traffic, more school buses, more kids on bikes, and more pedestrians. Here are a few old tips and a new tip for drivers in a school zone. First, the new one. The Florida law on texting and driving in a school zone has.

July 29

ABLE Account – A Way To Protect SSI and Medicaid Benefits

An ABLE saving account may be helpful in some situations after a car accident. Many times in my practice, I have represented minors who are injured in a car accident. Some of these minors were eligible for and receiving Social Security Income benefits or Medicaid before the car accident. In normal situations, if a recovery.

July 23

Fatal Fiery Crash With Tow Truck and Florida’s Move Over Law

Sadly, a Bradenton mother had to watch her 21-year-old son die after a driver in a pickup truck hit and kill her son on the side of I-75 in Hillsborough County. Would following Florida’s Move Over Law prevented this tragedy? According to ABC Action News, the crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday on the.

July 18

Riding a Moped? Does Your Car Insurance Cover You?

Sadly, a moped driver was killed in a Tampa car accident last night According to ABC Action News, the moped was heading westbound in the bike lane on Waters Avenue when a Dodge Ram flatbed truck traveling eastbound on Waters began making a left turn onto Camden Street and hit the front of the moped..

June 18

Ways the Workers Compensation Carrier Will Try to Deny Your Work Comp Claim

Some workers compensation insurance companies will try anything to deny your work comp claim. Thus, it is important to know your rights and responsibilities after being injured at work. Over the decades of handling workers’ compensation cases, I have found that these are some of the main reasons the carriers use to deny claims: The.

June 13

The New Uber in St. Petersburg? The “Nickel Ride”

Uber and Lyft are now familiar names. According to Bay News 9, they now have competition in St. Petersburg. “The Nickel Ride” is now offering rides for free around St. Petersburg. The article states that “The Nickel Ride” provides free rides to anywhere in Downtown St. Petersburg. Their website promotes that “The Nickel Ride is.

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