Orlando, Florida


Thomas Dennis

Seminole County Jury Absolves Ford Motor Company of Responsibility in Death Case of Young Woman Driving a Ford Explorer

“Ford accepted the risk that somebody might die in a rollover, and I ask you to hold Ford responsible for accepting that risk.” This was the plaintiff attorney’s plea to the jury during their trial against Ford Motor Company in Seminole […]

Thomas Dennis

10 Year Old’s Death Shows Need for Water Park Oversight

Orlando is known as the theme park capital of the world.   It’s home to Disney and Universal Studios, along with many other theme parks such as SeaWorld,  Wet’n’Wild and FunSpot.  Many theme parks in Orlando have begun to incorporate water […]

Nicholas Primrose

Tougher Texting & Driving Bills Introduced in Florida Legislature

Six bills were introduced in the Florida House and Senate this legislative session to place tougher regulations on texting while driving. Two sets of bills double the fines for texting while in a school zone, while one set actually make the offense primary. Florida is in the minority of states that make it only a secondary offense, meaning you must also commit another traffic violation to be cited. Read about the introduced bills.

Nicholas Primrose

Ride-Share in Florida, are you protected in an accident?

In Florida, what insurance coverage applies if you are injured in an automobile accident either as a passenger in an Uber/Lyft/ride-share vehicle or hit by one them?

Mike Damaso

End Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving is the leading cause of auto accidents in the U.S. According to a study conducted by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI), 80 percent of automobile accidents are a result of driver distraction. In 2012, more than 3,000 […]

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 […]

Nicholas Primrose

Florida Supreme Court Approves Statutory Cap in Plancher v UCFAA

In the Florida, the Legislature enacted a waiver of sovereign immunity through Florida Statute § 768.28, allowing the state government, including counties, municipalities, and other agencies to be sued for various causes of action, including negligence. However, as a compromise […]

Mike Damaso

Senator Bill Nelson Calls For More Action In Airbag Recall

Senator Nelson Demands Car Manufacturers Take More Action In light of the Recent Faulty Airbag Recalls You have to commend U.S. Senator Bill Nelson (D-Fla) who said, “You fix it and fix it right,” on the second day of his campaign calling […]

Ed Normand

Insurance Policy Provides Coverage for Legionnaires Disease

The Federal 11th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that a comprehensive general liability policy covering a hotel must provide insurance coverage for the death of a tourist…

Council Wooten

Family of Electrocuted Girl Files Suit against Time Share

The family of an 11-year-old girl who was electrocuted to death at Orange Lakes Resort in Orlando has filed a wrongful death suit, according to sources. The girl was on vacation with her family,…