Posts by Samuel Yeboah
What Happens If I’m Hurt in a Fort Lauderdale Accident in a Rental Car?
Florida is a major tourist attraction. In the spring, people come for spring training. In the winter, they come for the warm weather. Year-round people visit our casinos, our 24 miles of beaches, and come to see shows in the Riverwalk Arts & Entertainment District. Parents visit their children who attend Florida’s great colleges and…Read More
Who’s Responsible for a Merging Accident in Fort Lauderdale?
There are many roads leading into Fort Lauderdale and throughout the city that require merging. Travelers come from Miami, Boca Raton, Pembroke Pines, and other South Florida regions. Millions of people visit Fort Lauderdale from other states and through the local ports every year. Many of the Interstate roads (75, 95, and 595), US highways…Read More
Help for Home and Business Owners Making Hurricane Ian Claims
Hurricane Ian hit Florida as a Category 4 hurricane, leaving devastation in its wake. Millions of people are without power at this time, as Ian’s 150mph winds swept over the southwest part of the state. Even property owners who were not in the direct path of the storm have suffered unimaginable losses. If you own…Read More
What Does “Pain and Suffering” Mean in an Injury Lawsuit?
When you are watching legal shows on television or are researching how to start a personal injury lawsuit, you may notice the term “pain and suffering” being tossed around a lot, especially by attorneys and other legal councils. But what exactly are they talking about? Pain and suffering is not typically a tangible item. Essentially,…Read More
The Cost of Traumatic Brain Injuries for Motorcycle Riders
Because South Florida is known for having such great weather most of the year, it makes sense that so many people participate in outdoor activities; walking, biking, and going to the beach are just a few favorites for people in this community. However, riding motorcycles is becoming increasingly more popular. In fact, Florida was found…Read More
Advanced Driver Assistance Technology – Safety Solution or Dangerous Technology?
Over 20,000 people died in car crashes during the first six months of 2021, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Human error was the leading cause for most of these accidents. Car manufacturers continue to develop and assess advanced driver assistance technology as a means to avoid crashes…Read More
Do I Need to File a Report After a Car Accident in Fort Lauderdale?
A few weeks ago, all lanes on I-95 North and South were closed for hours after a tractor trailer lost control, causing a multi-vehicle accident near the Florida-Georgia border. Sometimes accidents are unavoidable, and they can be devastating, costly, and life changing. Knowing what to do and how to manage an accident can help alleviate…Read More
Paying Medical Bills After a Florida Car Accident Settlement
Navigating any sort of lawsuit can be incredibly complicated and intimidating. If you are coping with severe injuries after a car accident, it may seem even more impossible. You are exhausted, hurt, and traumatized. Rest is (and should be) your first priority, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue the damages you’re owed if someone…Read More
Understanding the Dangers of Bicycle Accidents
Florida is, truly, the sunshine state. We have beautiful, clear skies and long open roads that stretch through greenery and wetlands for miles. It’s no wonder residents and tourists alike can’t resist being outdoors as often as possible, even while commuting. Riding a bike is a popular way to get some exercise and as gas…Read More
Inadequate Care in Nursing Homes Can Lead to Resident-to-Resident Abuse
If there was any silver lining at all to a global pandemic, it was to highlight the crisis of inadequate nursing home care. State and federal agencies are finally beginning to seriously investigate the actions of nursing home neglect, which is very good news indeed. But there are still aspects of nursing home abuse that…Read More