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Uber Eats/Delivery Dudes Car Accidents (Liability/Injury)

With Uber Eats everywhere, and other food delivery services on the rise, delivering every food imaginable from five-star to fast food is convenient for many people. But just what happens if you are in an accident with one of these Uber delivery men or women? Does Uber’s insurance cover those involved? The answer is yes,

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Most Common Workplace Injuries to Look Out for During the Fall

Workplace injuries are common year- round, and autumn is no exception. They can result from slip, trip, and falls; injuries that occur while driving for work; working at a construction site; or any number of other scenarios. Workplace injuries not only cause health concerns for the injured employee but also result in lost wages.  Here

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When Can I Sue for Damages After a Car Accident?

After a car accident, you may feel overwhelmed. In addition to recovering from injuries, you may see expenses for property damage and medical treatment piling up. Time away from work may prevent you from earning a living wage and in some cases, you may never regain your previous quality of life. For this reason, you

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Everything You Need to Know About Premise Liability in Florida (Shootings, Stabbings, Assaults, & Negligent Security): Who is Liable?

While slip, trip, and fall accidents are the most commonly known types of premises liability cases, there are others, including shootings, stabbings, assaults, negligent security, and third-party vendor negligence as well.  Premises liability occurs when property negligence occurs by a business or vendor and can mean you are entitled to sue for compensation to cover

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Slip, Trip, and Fall Accidents: Who Do I Sue?

Slip, trip, and fall accidents are more common than you might imagine, happening in stores, restaurants, and other businesses, and even on city sidewalks. In most cases, these accidents aren’t the fault of the victim, because the law requires buildings, businesses, walkways, and parking lots be maintained for safety.  Known as premises liability, if you

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COVID-19: Workers Comp for Frontline Workers

The COVID-19 pandemic has effectively changed the world. As everyone continues to adjust to the new normal, which includes stay-at-home orders, masks, social distancing, health care facility lockdowns, and “non-essential businesses opening”, the question of workers’ compensation has arisen. While everyone works together to flatten the curve, the way the world does business has changed

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COVID-19 and Health Care Facilities’ Violations and Negligence

With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has worked to adjust to the new normal of social distancing, closed businesses, health care facility “lockdowns,” and stay-at-home orders. In Florida, as well as other states, laws have been enacted regarding Coronavirus and health care facilities including nursing homes and rehabilitation centers which house the

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Car Accident While Borrowing Someone’s Car – Whose Insurance?

Maybe you were simply trying to be a good friend, a kind neighbor. Maybe you were trying to help a family member or come to the aid of a co-worker. When you allowed them to borrow your car, you never dreamed they would get into an accident. But then it happened, the person who borrowed

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Cruise Ships Face Lawsuits Over Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreaks

While Coronavirus has caused a lot of disruption in the everyday life of millions of Americans, no one knows how troublesome it can be as those who have been stranded on cruise ships as a result of the pandemic. Princess Cruise Lines and Norwegian Cruise Lines are two of the companies currently facing lawsuits. If

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