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Do You Know What a Personal Injury is in Florida?
Did you know that bodily injury and personal injury can have different meanings depending on context? In a legal context, “bodily injury” is most often found in criminal proceedings, referring to someone who has been the victim of a crime. “Personal injury” is used in civil court claims, and includes all of the costs incurred […]
Updates on Mandating COVID-19 Vaccines for Employees
As the COVID-19 vaccines continues to roll out, have you considered whether you will mandate the vaccine for your employees? If so, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently released some important guidance on this very topic. The guidance makes it clear that mandating and implementing a COVID-19 vaccination program for employees may have […]
We Are Here for You During the Pandemic
Are you in need of legal representation during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic? If so, you may be concerned about whether you will have the same number of attorneys to choose from to handle your case, if your chosen attorney will be prepared to assist you with what you need despite health and safety restrictions in […]
The Importance of Recognizing and Treating Concussions in School Age Children
Did you know that a child can have a concussion without losing consciousness? Did you know that a concussion left untreated can result in significant physical, emotional, and social damage, especially to school-age children? On September 18, 2020, we recognize National Concussion Awareness Day, a chance for health care providers, parents, and coaches to come […]
7 New Ideas for Keeping a Newborn Baby Safe During Baby Safety Month
Were you aware that we celebrate Baby Safety Month every September? This started in the 1980s to encourage awareness of new car seat safety laws and safe sleep practices. Many of us have heard stories from parents and grandparents about kids rattling around in the back of a station wagon without seatbelts, or even newborns […]
Hate Crime Legislation and Reform
Do you know about hate crimes? Hate crimes are crimes committed against victims specifically because of their race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or disability. Policymakers and law enforcement agencies often consider hate crimes a priority area due to their devastating effects, which include terrorizing entire communities. Hate crimes appear as a top […]
How to Keep School Age Kids Safe When They Return to School
Even in the best of times, the beginning of a new school year can be a challenging time for parents and kids. The mix of apprehension and excitement for both can almost be palpable. Have you considered that, this year, the biggest challenge for parents may be how to keep their children safe as they […]