Orlando, Florida


Nicholas Primrose

Do Playgrounds Really Have Rules?

Approximately 200,000 injuries occur annually on public playgrounds. Many of them could be avoided if public schools made sure their playgrounds were safe and followed clear guidelines and recommendations. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Handbook on Public Playground Safety was adopted by Florida and should be followed by all public schools.

Mike Damaso

Start the New Year with All your Fingers

  New Year’s Eve is a time for renewal and celebration and, of course, fireworks.  Whether you’re enjoying a local fireworks show held be the city, or lighting sparklers in your backyard, it is important to remember that safety is […]

Mike Damaso

Reasonable Precautions to Prevent Criminal Attacks Required in Florida

On July 16, 2015, a woman was found naked in the bushes behind the House of Blues at Downtown Disney. The Orange County Sherriff office suspects that the woman is a victim of a rape. According to reports, Disney security […]

Mike Damaso

Balcony Collapse Spotlights Maintenance Problem.

Balcony Collapses Kills 5, Injures 7 Early this morning, near the University of California’s Berkeley campus, a balcony collapsed from the fourth floor of an apartment building. The incident occurred around 12:40 a.m. killing five and sending another seven to […]

Mike Damaso

Father Files Appeal against Disney on Son’s Behalf

Hoping to Expose the Danger of Liability Waivers with Exculpatory Clauses On November 8, 2006, Owen Peterson, then 22, was walking through a trade show at Disney’s Wide World of Sports.  On this particularly windy day, an advertising balloon, tied […]

Mike Damaso

Blue Rhino Blast Caused by Human Error

On July 29, 2013, the skies above Tavares, FL were suddenly lit by fire as thousands of 20-pound Blue Rhino propane tanks exploded.  Eight people were injured in the conflagration with critical burns and other serious injuries.  Investigators have since […]

Mike Damaso

Excessive Force at Universal Studios

What is the deal with cops and security guards breaking peoples’ arms at Universal City Walk? If you have any information about these or other incidents, contact us immediately to let us…

Council Wooten

Teach Children to ‘W.A.I.T.’ Before Petting Dogs

This is a terrific video from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) that includes some alarming statistics, in addition to an excellent presentation from Kelly Voigt…

Mike Damaso

Make Sure They Keep the Lights on For You

We have all heard the Tom Bodett, Motel 6 jingle. We'll leave the light on for you. But, a hotel in the dark about a dangerous breakdown in their safety protocol definitely needed…

Orman Kimbrough

Property Owners, Tenants and Premises Liability Law in Florida

Premises liability law is one of the most complicated laws, and negligence and liability can vary based on the circumstances. Essentially, property owners are responsible for making sure their…