Florida LawsFlorida Scooter Laws
Posted in Florida Laws on February 18, 2019
Scooters are a popular way to get around in Florida, when the weather permits. Motor scooters are fuel efficient, fast, and more eco-friendly than cars. As more Floridians opt to use motor scooters instead of typical passenger vehicles, however, the risk of serious personal injuries increases. Reviewing Florida’s scooter laws can help keep riders safe… read moreIs Florida a No-Fault State?
Florida has a set of rules that every driver must follow in order to remain in compliance with state auto insurance law. One of these rules, Florida’s “No-Fault” insurance statute, requires drivers in a car accident to carry a minimum amount of coverage in case serious injuries occur. This coverage can help pay for hospitalization,… read moreIs Lane Splitting Legal in Florida?
Posted in Florida Laws on April 24, 2018
Lane-splitting refers to a motorcycle driving between two lanes of traffic moving in the same direction – “splitting” the lanes. Lane-splitting is a controversial motorcycle maneuver with plenty of confusion surrounding whether or not it’s legal. California, the first state to start taking steps toward legalizing lane-splitting, has brought many to wonder about the legality… read moreAre There Caps for Medical Malpractice Claims in Florida?
Posted in Florida Laws on April 16, 2018
Many states impose “caps,” or limits, on the amount of damages a plaintiff can receive for medical malpractice. The purpose of the cap is to prevent lawsuits from impeding a healthcare center’s ability to help patients, as well as to discourage fraudulent medical malpractice claims by limiting how much a plaintiff can win. If you… read moreWhat Are Tampa’s Dog Bite Laws?
Posted in Florida Laws on February 5, 2018
Dogs really are man’s best friend, but injuries from dog bites are not uncommon. They happen in adults, but children are injured especially often, as they are less likely to think through the repercussions of approaching an unfamiliar dog. It is important to have some background knowledge if a dog injures you in any way… read more