How Does Liability Work if a Fan Gets Hurt at a College Football Game?

Thousands of people at a time pack stadiums to watch their favorite teams play. Since Florida hosts some of the most successful teams in college football, it is no exception to this rule.  What you might not realize, however, is how frequently fans get injured… read more

What Is Meant by Strict Liability in Florida?

Most personal injury cases in Florida are based on negligence. A person is negligent when they fail to use the same care that a reasonable person would use in the same situation. A person can be held financially liable for damages they cause because of… read more

What is a Lien on a Personal Injury Case?

A lien is a legal right acquired by a creditor over an asset. The asset is security for a debt you owe the creditor. For example, in a personal injury case, a lien would be the legal right to receive a specific amount of your… read more

What Classifies as a Catastrophic Injury?

Claims involving catastrophic injuries (which usually involve severe spine damage, neck and back damage, brain damage, or the loss of extremities) are all too common, even more so than a few decades ago.   The increase in catastrophic injuries is actually due to advances in modern… read more

What Are the Rules in Florida Regarding Stopping for a School Bus?

We are all used to seeing yellow school buses throughout the year transporting children to and from school or school-related activities. However, do you know the rules in Florida regarding stopping for a school bus? Surprisingly, many people don’t understand when they must stop for… read more

Can I Only Operate My ATV or Go-Kart on My Property or Can I Actually Ride It on the Street in Gainesville?

ATVs and go-karts are popular throughout Florida, including Gainesville. Owners need to understand where they can legally operate and ride their off-road vehicles to avoid legal problems. Learning how Florida defines these vehicles is the first step to knowing where you can ride your ATV… read more