An Accident Takes a Moment... The Suffering Lasts a Lifetime
We Represent People Whose Lives Are Changed By the Wrongful Acts of Others
- We have been helping people since 1976.
- We represent clients nationwide.
- If we accept your injury case, we will represent you on a contingent fee basis. We advance all costs. If we do not obtain a recovery for you, you owe no fees or costs.
- If we obtain a damage award or settlement for you, our fee is a percentage of that award or settlement, before deducting costs, and you then reimburse us for costs we advanced in your behalf.
- If we obtain a damage award for you through litigation, we may recover some of your costs from the other party, and there may be circumstances allowing us to also recover your attorneys fees for you.
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FROM THE BLOG
As a Florida Board Certified Aviation Attorney who has been practicing for almost 37 years, I am frustrated by the failure of some FAA attorneys in key positions to recognize important aviation concepts, and what appears to be an anti-aviation bias by the FAA when resolving aviation
Posted on April 5, 2013
A dealer in Oklahoma sold a used Dodge Durango SUV. While the buyer was driving with her son, the lights, wipers and locks went haywire. “I felt like I was in a twilight zone. The plastic that covers the speedometer had popped, and smoke started billowing into
Posted on April 2, 2013
One of the most difficult tasks anyone can undertake is to determine what an airline ticket will cost before you buy it. The extra fees and charges collected by the airlines make it extremely difficult to know the total cost of a ticket before you pay the
Posted on February 25, 2013
EXCERPT FROM BOEING MODEL 787-8 FAA EMERGENCY AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE: DATE: January 16, 2013 AD #: 2013-02-51 Emergency airworthiness directive (AD) 2013-02-51 is sent to owners and operators of The Boeing Company Model 787-8 airplanes. Background This emergency AD was prompted by recent incidents involving lithium ion battery failures that resulted in release of flammable electrolytes,
Posted on January 16, 2013
Click here to read the latest copy of my magazine, The Safety Report. In this issue, we discuss the different safety features of various products, share thoughts on the government's role in product safety and liability and try to answer some frequently asked, but not-too-often-answered questions about product safety and liability in general.