Personal Injury

Car Accident Cases Start and End with an Event Data Recorder

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

What You Should Know About Getting into a Car Accident While Traveling

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

The Dangers of Self-Driving Cars

It’s incredible how far technology has come in recent years, but it also can be slightly scary. While the world is racing to self-driving cars, SteinLaw has slightly hit the brakes due to the dangers that still exist when operating self-driving vehicles. As it turns out, we aren’t the only ones who are aware of how self-driving cars aren’t 100% danger free. Just recently The Wall Street Journal posted about the dangers of self-driving cars. Let’s take a closer look at what makes self-driving cars dangerous and what you should know.

How Do Self-Driving Cars Operate? Self-driving cars utilize several complicated systems to

Plantation Gas Explosion: Who Is Liable for Damages?

On Saturday, July 6, a massive explosion destroyed a building, damaged others, and left 23 people injured in Plantation, Florida. While the investigation into the cause of the accident has only begun, several victims already have plans to sue. The only trouble is determining the cause of the accident, and liability may take months. The gas explosion occurred at the Market on University shopping center in Plantation. Altogether, 23 people were hurt in the accident, including a child at the childcare area of LA Fitness, and 19 were taken to area hospitals, including Westside Regional Medical Center, Plantation General Hospital, and

Spring Break: Premises Liability in Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Key West, Tampa, and many other Florida cities are some of the top spring break destinations in the United States. Spring breakers from around the country have been taking over the beaches of South Florida for decades. The last thing you want to worry about while on spring break is getting injured. Unfortunately, sometimes injuries do occur through no fault of our own. It’s important to know your rights if something like this happens, especially if it happens away from home. Keep reading for more information on premises liability in Florida and what to do if you are injured on spring