Florida is the biggest recreational boating state in the U.S., and recreational watercrafts compose a significant portion of the state’s tourist industry. With so many people on the water, Florida also inevitably boasts the most boating accidents in the country. If you or a loved one was injured in a Florida boating accident, you should consult with an expert Florida boating accident attorney to determine your legal options and protect your rights. Read on to learn more about boating accidents View Article
Florida is the boating capital of the U.S., but it also unfortunately is the boating accident capital of the U.S. Some recent boating accidents include: The death of a 21-year-old Florida A&M University student who was a senior business administration student and Army ROTC member. He was on a pontoon boat with 10 others when he jumped into the water to save somebody in distress, but drowned as a result. The death of a 19 year-old college freshman while on View Article
The COVID-19 pandemic significantly impacted the lives of Floridians in 2020 and 2021. Many were forced to stay at home for extended periods of time, and turned to dogs for comfort. 2020 boasted unprecedented numbers of pet fostering and adoption in Southwest Florida. While adopting pets is a positive thing, and pets can help soothe anxiety and isolation, this rise in pet adoption and fostering has resulted in an unfortunate side effect: an increase in Florida dog bite injuries. According View Article
Debt is an ever-growing problem many Americans face. If your debt situation feels too much to handle, it may be tempting to consider bankruptcy your only choice. Before you make that leap, make sure you have a thorough understanding of exactly what bankruptcy means and all the other options available.  Bankruptcy  Experienced personal and business bankruptcy attorney James Shenwick defines bankruptcy as “when your liabilities exceed your assets or you have insufficient cash flow to service or pay your debt.” View Article
After years of repeated attempts, Florida is inching towards the finish line for repealing its motor vehicle no-fault law, which has been in place for five decades. However, many in the industry oppose legislation the Florida Senate passed, along with the companion bill the House Judiciary Committee approved. Some note that the proposals will end up raising rates for many Florida drivers and are ineffective at pinpointing fraud. Currently, Florida’s no fault law stipulates that drivers must carry personal injury View Article

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