There is much confusion surrounding dog bite liability in Florida.  Some people erroneously believe that a dog gets ‘one free bite’.  Fortunately, this is not true and all dog owners are liable for injuries caused by their dogs — even for the ‘first’ bite. Florida Statute 767.04 is the Statute that governs dog bites and…

You are required by Florida Law to stop your vehicle as soon as the accident has occurred. If you are able, you should move your vehicle off to the side of the road where it will not obstruct traffic. If you are unable to move your car, immediately call for a tow truck so that…

Car seats can do an amazing job of protecting children in the event of a car crash. After an auto accident, though, is it safe to continue to use a baby’s car seat, or will you need to replace the seat after an accident occurs? My office hears this question all the time. While we…

It is commonly believed that if you are not a driver of a vehicle involved in a collision, there is no fault on your part, and, therefore, you are shielded from any liability arising from that accident. With that said, it may come as a surprise when you find yourself subject to liability after lending…

Personal Injury Attorney Chelsie M. Lamie has been named a “2016 Rising Star” by Super Lawyers. The Rising Stars list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state. Attorneys cannot pay to be included in this list. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are…

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