Senior Citizen Crushed by Unsecured Tow Truck Recovers $1.74M

Auto AccidentsBlogPersonal Injury   |   July 29, 2014

An elderly man who was crushed when an unoccupied flatbed tow truck rolled backwards into him, breaking both of his legs, has recovered a total of $1,745,309 in a two-part settlement. The driver failed to properly set the parking brake … Continue reading

Medical Marijuana: When is it Coming to Your State?

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The battle over medical marijuana will culminate in Florida this November with Amendment 2. Support for medical marijuana in Florida is overwhelming, but a Republican effort to confuse voters is a looming danger. One way or another medical marijuana will … Continue reading

Animal Behavior Analysis of Liability in Dog Bite Cases

BlogPersonal Injury   |   July 28, 2014

Estimates show that about 4.5 million people are bitten by annually in this country. Some victims require hospitalization, reconstructive surgery or suffer long-term psychological and neurological damage. People are killed on rare occasions. Payments to victims by insurance companies in … Continue reading

The New York Times Calls for Marijuana Legalization

BlogCriminal Law / DUI   |   July 27, 2014

America’s most influential newspaper, The New York Times, called for the legalization of marijuana in an editorial published on July 27. “The federal government should repeal the ban on marijuana,” says the Times. “We reached that conclusion after a great … Continue reading