What Experience Has Taught Me

Posted on Monday, June 9th, 2014

I have been serving Orlando and all of Central Florida as an attorney for over 21 years. During this time, I have learned some valuable lessons, both in the courtroom, and in life in general. In the courtroom, experience is everything. Only through experience did I learn how to communicate with a jury, and appreciate read the full article.

Common Summer Workplace Injuries

Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014

With warmer weather on the horizon and the cold finally showing signs of subsiding, jobs that require their workers to provide manual labor outdoors in the heat are just beginning to reconvene.

Understanding Informed Consent with Your Doctor

Posted on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

“Informed consent” as it pertains to the medical field means receiving information about and understanding your health condition and the treatment options available to you and voluntarily choosing which health care treatment or procedure you want to receive.

Fighting Roadblocks in Workers’ Compensation Claims

Posted on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Receiving just compensation for an on-the-job injury can be an uphill battle with hardship, bureaucracy and delay. It is a very adversarial process that can make you feel as if it’s you against the world. Some of these hurdles could be unfairly denied claims, an employer’s failure to carry insurance (employer negligence) or delays in read the full article.

Understanding Child Injury Cases with Todd Miner

Posted on Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Cases involving children are handled with varied nuances that differ from that of a case involving an adult. However, children who are injured are entitled to the same compensation and remedies for pain and suffering as adults.

What Does This New Supreme Court Ruling Mean For You?

Posted on Monday, March 31st, 2014

The Florida Supreme Court recently issued a very favorable ruling in medical malpractice cases. Florida Supreme Court Removes Some Caps In Medical Malpractice Cases  Many of you may remember the “Medical Malpractice Crisis” that dominated the news and political landscape a decade ago. If you believed all the hype, you were one of the many read the full article.

Leading Causes of Motorcycle Accidents in Personal Injury Cases

Posted on Thursday, March 27th, 2014

All you have to do is look around and you can see that with warmer weather approaching, more and more motorcycle owners will be taking to the streets, including myself. I started riding motorcycles at age ten. So I know all too well that reckless driving on the part of riders, coupled with motorist carelessness, read the full article.

Common Misdiagnoses Cases in Medical Malpractice

Posted on Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

Medical malpractice is a specific category of personal injury. These cases should only be handled by an experienced personal injury attorney. The number of medical malpractice claims brought in Orlando and across the country every year should not be surprising; with thousands of patients being seen and treated by doctors every day, medical mistakes are read the full article.

What to do After Being Injured by a Defective Product

Posted on Thursday, March 6th, 2014

When a product is defective, it can result in injuries or health concerns. Depending on the item and the situation, it may be appropriate to hire an Orlando personal injury lawyer. Identifying the best course of action will vary based on the problem that arises. Harmless Defects Harmless defects are often found on clothing or similar read the full article.

Providing Proof in a Personal Injury Case

Posted on Tuesday, March 4th, 2014

When you seek the help of an Orlando personal injury attorney, you may be asked to provide documentation to evaluate if you have a case or to support your claims. A lawyer cannot make a case without having details to establish a claim. Fortunately, certain documents and details can be used to support your claims and read the full article.