Car Accident Reports in Florida
Mark Roman | June 3, 2022 | Car Accidents
If you’ve been in a car accident in Florida, you’re probably full of questions, including whether you have to report the accident. Suppose a car accident causes damage to a vehicle or other property but doesn’t meet the criteria for a police report. In that case, it still has to be reported within ten days… read more
Is Jaywalking Legal in Florida?
Mark Roman | May 25, 2022 | Florida Law
Did you know that the word “jaywalking” doesn’t exist in any Florida regulations? It is simply slang that has been in use since the early 20th century. Even though the term has no legal meaning, it is well understood by the general public. Jaywalking is the act of crossing a road by a pedestrian at… read more
Can Trucks Drive in the Left Lane in Florida?
Mark Roman | May 24, 2022 | Truck Accidents
Commercial trucks are the undisputed kings of the road. Weighing in at double-digit tons, they are significantly larger than almost any other vehicles on the road. Because tractor-trailers are so large, they create a level of danger that other vehicles don’t. To combat this, they are held to restrictions that most other vehicles aren’t. In… read more
Vehicle and Driver Requirements for Uber and Lyft in Tampa, FL
Mark Roman | May 21, 2022 | Uber & Lyft Accidents
Ridesharing services, especially Uber and Lyft, have turned the taxi service industry upside down. Instead of a taxi service providing a fleet of questionably maintained cars and sometimes unfriendly drivers, Uber and Lyft contract with private individuals, using their own vehicles for transportation. However, both companies have strict requirements for drivers and the cars used… read more
Basic Personal Injury Settlement Breakdown: How Much Goes in My Pocket?
Mark Roman | May 20, 2022 | Personal Injury
Being injured by another party can be devastating for the victim and their family. In addition to the physical and emotional damage caused by an accident, the victim can incur substantial financial losses and expenses. Recovering fair compensation for an accident claim is essential for victims trying to put their lives back together after an… read more
What to Do After an Electric Bike Accident in Clearwater, FL
Mark Roman | May 5, 2022 | Bicycle Accidents
A bicycle accident can cause physical and mental trauma. After a manual or electric bike accident, you could face injuries ranging from road rash to paralysis. The steps you take after an e-bike accident could determine your right to recover compensation for your injuries. Yet most bike riders do not know what to do after… read more
Is it Legal to Own a Pet Sloth in Florida?
Alejandra Prado | May 4, 2022 | Florida Law
Florida wildlife law divides non-domestic animals into three classes. Florida prohibits individuals from owning and possessing Class I animals as pets. But the state allows people to have Class II and III animals as pets. Sloths fall into Class III. As long as you obtain a license, you can own and possess a sloth in… read more
What You Need to Know About Valsartan Lawsuits
Alejandra Prado | April 5, 2022 | Product Liability
Valsartan is a popular prescription drug used to manage high blood pressure. It’s also known by its brand name, Diovan. A clear link has been discovered between Valsartan use and cancer in recent years. If you were prescribed Valsartan between 2015 and 2019, you might be eligible for compensation through a Valsartan lawsuit. Why Is… read more
What You Need to Know About Florida e-Bike Laws
Alejandra Prado | March 17, 2022 | Bicycle Accidents
Florida laws regarding e-bikes changed in July 2020. Prior to the change, Florida law classified e-bikes along with manual pedaling bicycles, giving riders of e-bikes the same responsibilities and rights as regular bike riders. Now, under Florida HB 971, e-bikes are placed in their own classification. Understanding which classification your e-bike falls into can help… read more
Trucking Regulations 2022: Everything You Need To Know
Alejandra Prado | March 15, 2022 | Truck Accidents
The trucking industry is responsible for moving billions of dollars of goods throughout the country each year. Because commercial trucking is a large industry and involves interstate commerce, there are many federal regulations that truck drivers and trucking companies must follow. Many trucking regulations are safety laws designed to reduce the number of large truck… read more