Source: Santa Enchanted Forest The holiday season has arrived here in South Florida, and with it comes the opening of one of the region’s most popular attractions – Santa’s Enchanted Forest. Billed as “The World’s Largest Holiday Theme Park and FREE Carnival,” Santa’s Enchanted Forest is open October 31, 2019 to January 5, 2020 this year. Located in Miami at Tropical Park at 7900 SW 40th Street, the park is open daily including holidays from 5 p.m. to midnight and features more than 100 rides, shows, games and attractions. Families and friends flock to Santa’s Enchanted Forest annually to experience the park’s
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) is the world’s largest international cruise line. In 2018, RCCL announced the 228,081- ton Symphony of the Seas cruise ship. When 6,680 vacationers are dancing, drinking, and living freely out at sea, the chances of being injury become a lot higher.
With more than 20 innovative ships in service, two exclusive island destinations for passengers, and daring new features such as RipCord by iFLY (the first at-sea skydiving experience), RCCL has a lot to offer passengers – and many opportunities for injuries. When you board a cruise ship, you aren’t expecting to suffer an injury. Yet
Fall is here and the signs are everywhere. Along with pumpkin patches comes the spooky themed events and activities, celebrating Halloween. Halloween approaches with the opening of many haunted houses as well as haunted outdoor venues (corn mazes, haunted hayrides, etc.) designed for delightfully scary fun. Monsters, Zombies, and Waivers, Oh My It is all intended to be in good fun – monsters, clowns, zombies, and other frightfully costumed actors – with the intention to scare the guests as they bravely venture through the darkness around blind corners. It is all good fun, until someone gets hurt, and the question then becomes,
The Importance of an Evidence Preservation Letter As an experienced attorney helping those injured in car accidents, the very first thing that must be done on any case is serving the insurance company with an Evidence Preservation Letter. Essentially, this letter is a document kept on file that preserves a hurt person’s right to inspect the other vehicle that caused the accident. Upon receipt of such a letter by the insurance company, the at-fault vehicle should not be repaired and must be preserved until the personal injury attorney has had an opportunity to inspect the vehicle and its contents. What’s an Event Data
Most car accidents happen within a 10-mile radius of your home. However, up to one-quarter of car accidents occur far away from home while you’re on vacation or traveling for work. Crashing your vehicle is stressful enough, but when you’re involved in a car accident in unfamiliar circumstances it can be even worse. That’s why it’s so important to know what to do if you’re involved in a car accident while traveling or on vacation. Read our tips for dealing with the aftermath of a car crash in the post below. 1. Follow the Usual Procedure Sure, you’re far away from home, but the procedure is the generally