Sean Lopez | September 19, 2022 | Car Accident
Can You Sue for a St. Petersburg Car Accident if You Are Not Hurt?
Most people settle their St. Petersburg car accident claim without suing the other driver. They work with the insurance company to agree to a settlement amount. However, what happens if the insurance company refuses to settle the claim? Can I Sue the Other Driver for… read more
Sean Lopez | September 15, 2022 | Personal Injury
Suing for Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress in Florida
Emotional distress damages may result from an accident or personal injury. Damages are harms or losses sustained by an injured party because of the acts or omissions of another party. Under Florida tort laws, the party causing the harm or injury can be held financially… read more
Sean Lopez | September 6, 2022 | Personal Injury
Is Flying Safer Than Driving in St. Petersburg, FL?
The summer travel season may be ending, but there’s never a bad time to think about your next family vacation. According to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics, 674 million passengers took to the skies in 2021. Similarly, AAA found that 42 million travelers hit the… read more
Ale Prado | September 5, 2022 | Product Liability
5 of the Biggest Toy Recalls in the U.S.
Parents expect the toys they purchase for their children to be safe to use as intended and instructed. They trust that safety measures and quality control regulations are in place to ensure that the toys manufactured and sold are safe. Unfortunately, that is not always… read more
Sean Lopez | August 31, 2022 | Personal Injury
How Long Does it Take to Get A Personal Injury Settlement Check in St. Petersburg, FL?
It usually takes three to six weeks after the opposing party (usually an insurance company) signs the settlement agreement for you to receive your personal injury settlement check. Nevertheless, this is just an average. Various factors can add to or subtract from the time it… read more
Sean Lopez | August 16, 2022 | Car Accident
Should You Call the Cops for a Fender Bender in St. Petersburg?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that millions of car accidents are reported to local law enforcement annually. An incalculable number of collisions go unreported when the drivers choose not to call the police after a wreck. There may be many reasons why you… read more
Sean Lopez | August 15, 2022 | Product Liability
Johnson & Johnson Sunscreen Recall: Benzene Found in Sunscreen Products
Sunscreen protects our skin from the harmful rays of the sun. As a result, it can reduce the risk of sunburn and other sun damage. However, recent recalls of some sunscreen products have people concerned that the sunscreen could have caused more harm than it… read more
Sean Lopez | August 9, 2022 | Slip & Fall Accidents
Are Slip and Fall Injuries Covered by Homeowners Insurance in Florida?
Slip and fall accidents can occur anywhere. You can fall at the mall or on a cruise ship. Your child could slip and fall at school or a museum. In addition to falls on public and government property, slip and fall accidents occur on private… read more
Ale Prado | July 13, 2022 | Car Accident
What Does Yielding the Right of Way Mean?
When to yield the right of way is one of the first things new drivers learn. Yet right-of-way accidents are some of the most common, and they often come with fatal results. Failure to yield the right of way can come with some steep consequences,… read more
Ale Prado | July 6, 2022 | Product Liability
Is IKEA Responsible When Its Furniture Falls and Hurts Someone?
IKEA is a large, Swedish-based furniture retailer with stores throughout the United States. You can visit a store to browse furniture and household goods or order online. Millions of people purchase items from IKEA each year. Unfortunately, the company has been the subject of numerous… read more