A 17-year-old from South Carolina was decapitated at Six Flags in Georgia on Saturday when a roller coaster traveling at full speed struck him in the head after he entered a restricted area. It is...
The new listing of Super Lawyers has been published and three of our attorneys have been selected for 2008 - Council Wooten, Jr., Dan H. Honeywell and Orman L. Kimbrough, Jr. The objective of the...
While the Food and Drug Administration continues its investigation into the outbreak of Salmonella cases related to tomatoes, Florida farmers are increasingly losing money due to a lack of demand....
A high school baseball umpire in Georgia is considering taking legal action against two players who orchestrated hitting the umpire on purpose with a pitch. According to reports, the players were...
One of the big myths about trial lawyers is that they are the reason for the existence of "frivolous lawsuits." In reality, most economic studies show that trial lawyers, because of their fee...
Most of us have heard of the cases of a whole sponge or clamp that a surgical team has left in someone after surgery. But you may not be aware that there are times when only a piece of a piece of a...
Advocates of natural food contend that it is. As reported in the Orlando Sentinel, some users of raw milk apparently think thatit “contains beneficial microbes that treat everything from asthma to...
Golf carts as a means of every day transportation is increasing steadily as consumers try to find a way to beat the high price of gas. This is particarly so in Florida's retirement communities such...
Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the deaths of five adults after the vehicle they were riding in crashed into a freight train stopped on the tracks. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the...
After interviewing consumers from several states who were ill from salmonella and those who were not, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has surmised that the source of the outbreak was large raw...
I am going to periodically discuss facts (without names but call me if you want more info) about cases where you won't believe that corporations or people can act so low.
For example, a family...
We see them frequently: headlines about large verdicts awarding millions of dollars in damages. We hear about the McDonald's case, or others where, supposedly large amounts of money are awarded for...
Many health care providers are requiring patients to sign lengthy agreements absolving them from liablity for malpractice as a condition of treatment. A typical scenario is a family needs to put a...
The Honorable Mark V. Rosenker, Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board was the key note speaker at the annual meeting of the Greater New Jersey Motorcoach Association today. In his...
The Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association recognized Orman Kimbrough, Jr.as one of this year's recipients of its Individual Award of Excellence. Each year the Board of Trustees of the...
I came across a few blog posts this morning that raised an intersting question: Whether Mothers Against Drunk Driving intentionally inflicted emotional distress on high school students in...
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