How To Check if Your Eye Drops Have Been Recalled Due to Contamination

Your eyes are among your most important organs–after all, you’re using them to read this very article. They are also among your most vulnerable body organs. It’s frightening, then, to think of the damage that contaminated eye drops might do to your eyes. Worst-case scenarios include infections leading to blindness and even death.  Recent Recalls… read more

Questions and Answers Regarding Florida’s Electric Bicycle Laws

Florida law defines an electric bicycle as a tricycle or bicycle with a seat or saddle for the rider and fully operable pedals. The vehicle must also have an electric motor that cannot exceed 750 watts. Electric-assisted bicycles are becoming more popular in New Port Richey and throughout Florida. Riders should be aware of the… read more

Who Is Responsible if I Get Injured at the Busch Gardens Tampa Bay?

Busch Gardens is a favorite destination for Tampa Bay locals and visitors. It’s part zoo, part theme park, and it promises an enjoyable way to spend your day in Florida. Unless you get injured, that is.  If you’re harmed while visiting Busch Gardens, you’re probably wondering who should be responsible for your injuries, expenses, and… read more

What Should I Do If I Get Injured at the Sims Park?

Were you injured at Sims Park in New Port Richey? Call Roman Austin Personal Injury Lawyers to get help with recovering personal injury compensation. Sims Park is a popular spot for recreation in New Port Richey, Florida. While the local park offers ample opportunity for fun, there’s always a risk of experiencing an injury on… read more

What Are the 5 Categories of Hurricanes?

Located on the humid east coast, Florida is no stranger to hurricanes, although the number varies annually. In 2023, 20 named storms, including 7 hurricanes (3 of them major), moved through the Atlantic Basin, with Hurricane Idalia striking the state. It was the fourth most active hurricane season since 1950. While many homeowners carry hurricane… read more

What Happens If I Get Injured At The Clearwater Marine Aquarium?

Visiting the Clearwater Marine Aquarium can be an educational experience for all ages. However, accidents can happen anywhere, and the Clearwater Marine Aquarium is no exception. If you find yourself injured during your visit to the aquarium, you need to know what to do next to protect your rights. A Clearwater personal injury lawyer can… read more

Mark Roman has been named a 2024 Super Lawyer for four consecutive years

We are absolutely delighted to share the exciting news that Mark Roman, an esteemed member of the highly regarded Roman Austin Personal Injury Lawyers, has been honored with the prestigious title of 2024 Super Lawyer. This recognition is bestowed upon only the top 5 percent of lawyers within their respective fields, and Mark’s consecutive four-year… read more

What Are My Options if I’m a Tourist and Get Injured in Clearwater, FL?

Clearwater, Florida, is a popular vacation destination for tourists worldwide. While most enjoy the beaches, others experience accidents and injuries. Understanding your options if you are a tourist who gets injured in Clearwater will help you receive the care and compensation you deserve. It is important to take some immediate steps to protect your health… read more

Do You Need a Front License Plate in Florida?

Are you registering an out-of-state vehicle in the Sunshine State for the first time or buying a car? When you register your vehicle in Florida, you will receive your metal license plate, registration certificate, and validation decal. In many states, vehicles must have a rear and front license plate, but Florida does not require a… read more

Florida’s Updated Bicycle Safety Laws

Bicyclists can be seen throughout Clearwater and other cities in Florida. Cyclists share the road with motor vehicles and pedestrians. To keep everyone safe, Florida has enacted several bicycle safety laws. Understanding bicycle safety laws in Florida is one of the ways you can protect yourself from a bicycle accident. Florida updated bicycle safety laws… read more