The parents of a Nassau County teen killed in a truck crash were awarded $1 billion after the jury found 2 trucking companies negligent.
Since 1950, active-duty military troops have been prevented from suing the military for personal injuries from medical malpractice. A new regulation changes that.
Florida’s new law protects businesses from being sued if an employee is infected with COVID-19. Here’s what you should know:
Returning from active military service often comes with reentry challenges and sometimes lasting mental health effects. Here’s how a new law aims to help…
What if just breathing can make you sick? Companies can release chemicals into the air or water that are toxic to residents nearby.
You’ve probably seen a courtroom drama or two on TV. Maybe the movie or episode you watched involved a sinister DA or an unethical police chief secretly destroying evidence in […]
There’s an online calculator for almost anything — mortgage, student loans, debt payoffs, credit card balance transfers, auto loans or leases, home equity, retirement income, life insurance, payroll tax deductions, […]
We are living in unprecedented times. Amidst the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, much of the world has come to a standstill. And yet, people are still getting injured at work, […]
The basis for personal injury law is fairly straightforward: If you’re injured because of someone’s negligence, then you’re entitled to recover for your financial losses related to the injury. The […]
Does someone deserve to be punished for your injury? It might feel that way, but Florida’s courts have strict standards for when a plaintiff can be awarded punitive damages. What […]