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Routine is Very Important – COVID-19 Shutdowns

 Why is Routine Important During The Covid-19 Shutdowns? Woke up this morning in Aventura, where SteinLaw’s principal office location is based out of. Just about all retail is shut down. The only companies that are still allowed to remain open are obviously medical, banks, restaurants for takeout only, grocery stores, professional offices. Now my staff for just about a week now has been working remotely and we have only about 5 percent of our staff working at the office and we are obviously practicing social distancing. But when it comes down to it. With those of you who are working remotely

Brightline Train Accident [Florida Brightline Car Crash]

 Brightline Trains Crashing into Cars on the Tracks For those of you who are unaware or unfamiliar with what Brightline is, it’s a luxury high-end passenger train, which has a speed that runs far faster than your common train. Now, it is known around this part of Florida that these Brightline trains on the tracks that they run do approach very fast. Frequently, they don’t stop. They just fly right through the intersection. Right across the street from my office, this little Mini Cooper tried to beat the train and stopped essentially close to the tracks and panicked. And this was actually caught

Infant Death on Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship in Puerto Rico

 Recently, there’s been a terrible and gut-wrenching news story about an 18-month toddler falling to their death off of a Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship. It appears this happened in a children’s play area and it seemed as though there was no window or protective device preventing the child from going out the window over the railing. According to news reports, the infant’s grandfather was holding her so a lot of people are looking to blame the grandfather for this and the family for this. I don’t think now is the right time to place blame on such a grieving family

Plantation Gas Explosion – Who’s Responsible?

 People keep asking me about the Plantation Gas Explosion that took place at a shopping plaza in Plantation, FL earlier this month, injuring 23 people and destroying many businesses in the plaza. People are asking “Who’s going to sue?” and “Who do you think is responsible?” I’ll be the first one to tell you I do not know who is responsible. I think there are a lot of parties who have a lot to worry about – One, in particular, is People’s Gas, who manages the gas line in the area, because at the end of the day, gas lines