Nonnative Snakes Problem in Florida – Laws for Having Them as Pets & Hunting Laws
September 25, 2017
Florida is a hotbed for exotic flora and fauna. Florida’s hot and humid conditions are ideal for many critters that crawl, climb, and slither. There are 50 snake species found natively in Florida – only six of which are venomous. For the most part, these snakes stick to themselves and are beneficial to the environment…. read more
How Can I Portect Myself During Hurricane Season in Florida?
September 19, 2017
In the aftermath of powerful Hurricane Irma, citizens of Miami puzzle about how to better protect themselves in the face of a natural disaster. Hurricanes have always been a risk of living in Florida. With flooding, evacuations, and property damage still fresh from the recent storm, however, there is no better time to brush up… read more
Who Is Liable After a Shark Attack?
September 4, 2017
According to data from the Florida Museum of Natural History, there have been 244 reported shark attacks in the State of Florida from 2007 to 2016 – one of which was fatal. Shark attacks may be less common than other types of personal injury accidents, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a place in… read more
Is Lane-Splitting Legal in Florida?
August 23, 2017
Motorcycles are smaller, narrower, and generally more maneuverable than standard passenger vehicles. Due to their nature, many motorcyclists irresponsibly choose to engage in dangerous maneuvers on the road, taking advantage of their bikes’ smaller frames to weave in and out of traffic like no other vehicle can. One maneuver that is legal in some states… read more
Why Does My Neck/Back Hurt After a Car Accident?
August 1, 2017
Many people who experience car accidents wind up with a host of medical issues. While some people suffer very noticeable acute wounds like bone fractures and cuts, many find over time that their accidents have caused other problems as well. Neck and back pain are very common among car accident victims, even those who appear… read more