Teen Driving Laws in Florida: What Every Teen and Parent Needs to Know

Like many states, Florida has adopted a graduated licensing program and only issues driver’s licenses to teenagers who meet certain conditions. While many jurisdictions now use graduated licensing programs, details and requirements can vary from state to state.  And, given that some of the conditions… read more

Types of Car Accident Injuries

When a vehicle collides with another vehicle or an object, the vehicle stops suddenly. The vehicle occupants continue moving until they are stopped by a safety restraint, or hit another object, such as the steering wheel, dashboard, window, or the vehicle’s frame. Passengers who are… read more

How Safe Are Motor Scooters in Ocala?

Motor scooters have become more popular, especially in urban areas where traffic congestion and parking can be challenging. Motor scooters cost less to operate and maintain than a vehicle, and can be more convenient than public transportation. For longer trips, a motor scooter is more… read more

Head-On Collisions – a Quick Guide

A head-on car accident occurs when the front end of two vehicles collide. Typically, these are vehicles travelling in opposite directions down the same road, moving toward one another. Head-on crashes don’t have to involve two passenger vehicles. They can involve any combination of vehicles,… read more

What to Wear to Court

Individuals who attend court hearings regularly are familiar with what to wear to court. Lawyers, attorneys, court employees, and victim’s advocates understand court attire. However, jurors, witnesses, and parties to the case may not be aware of court standards for attire.  Most Florida courts have… read more

Five Reasons a Lawyer Won’t Take Your Personal Injury Case

When you contact a personal injury lawyer about your case, you generally expect the attorney to take your case. Whether it is a car accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, or wrongful death claim, you expect the attorney to help you fight for compensation for… read more

What Happens if I Don’t Show Up for Jury Duty?

Most people may not look forward to serving on jury duty, but it is an important part of our civic duty. If you file a lawsuit and go to trial, you expect and want a jury available to hear your case. Civil juries decide cases… read more

What is the Difference Between Lawyer and Attorney?

Most people searching for an attorney in Florida probably do not care about the difference between a lawyer and an attorney. They want to ensure that the person who represents them is an experienced legal advocate who can help them protect their legal rights and… read more